About This Event
Do you have a business idea? Ready to start a business but worried about how? Concerned about its impact on the environment? To connect, discover, learn and start…here’s where you can set off.
WWF Nepal with the Nepal Entrepreneurs’ Hub (NEHUB) bring to you the Greenovation Startup Challenge (GSC) 2016 that seeks to nurture entrepreneurship ideas linked to an environmental cause in young and passionate entrepreneurs and startup communities.
GSC believes in promoting socially responsible entrepreneurship and welcomes participation from diverse sectors offering you a once-in-a-lifetime experience to turn your green business idea into a reality. It provides you a platform in transforming your innovative ideas, from a concept to a performing enterprise, and assists you in the initial set up of your own business.
If you feel this is your turf, do apply right away to GSC 2016. The deadline for application is Wednesday, 21 September 2016. The sessions start from 20 October 2016.
WHAT WE DO
Nepal Entrepreneurs’ Hub is dedicated to nurture entrepreneurship, support startup communities, contribute towards a vibrant entrepreneurial ecosystem and facilitate investment in budding, small and medium enterprises. Started as a loose network of like-minded individuals in late 2012, Nepal Entrepreneurs’ Hub (NE HUB) took shape as a not for profit company in 2015
NEHUB will be an apex organisation that develops and promotes entrepreneurship making Nepal an economically empowered nation.
To nurture, support and accelerate startup community and companies, engage government agencies and foster vibrant investment and entrepreneurial ecosystem by organizing events, providing coaching and funding opportunities.
NEHUB BY THE NUMBERS
"NO TALK, ALL ACTION!"
Learn, Network, Startup.
In just 54 hours, you will experience the highs, lows, fun, and pressure that make up life at a startup.
As you learn how to create a real company, you'll meet the very best mentors, investors, co-founders, and sponsors who are ready to help you get started.