ISB invites applications from entrepreneurs for its Atal Incubation Centre at its Mohali Campus.

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Mohali: To promote entrepreneurship in Northern India, Indian School of Business (ISB) is inviting applications to its recently launched Atal Incubation Centre (AIC) at its Mohali Campus. Atal Incubation Centre (AIC) is the incubation and acceleration arm of Indian School of Business, set up in partnership with Atal Innovation Mission, NITI Aayog. Located within the Mohali campus of Indian School of Business, AIC hosts a state-of- the-art incubation space for entrepreneurs to interact, engage and collaborate with mentors, investors and academia.

Interested start-ups can apply at https://aicisb.org/ by May 15, 2019.

The objective is to make startups become scalable and sustainable enterprises by leveraging inherent strength of ISB’s faculty combined with a strong network of mentors, industry experts, investors and its vast global alumni network.

The objective is to make startups become scalable and sustainable enterprises by leveraging inherent strength of ISB’s faculty combined with a strong network of mentors, industry experts, investors and its vast global alumni network.

Startups that have crossed the proof-of-concept stage and are in the midst of rolling out commercial pilots would be best suited to qualify as incubatees in this centre. The carefully selected ventures would be provided mentorship in building business models, go-to-market strategy, and pilot programs with corporates and would have access to industry stalwarts and investors.
ISB has been at the forefront of promoting entrepreneurship in the country. Back in 2015, DLabs, an incubator and accelerator centre was set up in partnership with Department of Science and Technology at its Hyderabad campus with the objective of strengthening entrepreneurship and fostering innovation. Over the last four years, ISB’s DLabs has incubated and accelerated over 70 startups across sectors, some of them are at the growth stage.