An entrepreneur on his way to making a successful run with his business needs to meet the basic requirement of skill, knowledge and an ability to capture any investment opportunities that follow him. Many successful entrepreneurs began their journeys from the college itself and hence, Finance and Investment Cell intends to write a similar story for other budding entrepreneurs.
WHAT IS SHARK TANK?
This is where the idea of match-making started germinating, and Finance and Investment Cell, Aryabhatta College came to a conclusion of taking up that job. They decided to provide a platform for all the budding entrepreneurs to showcase their work in front of Investors and try to convince them to invest in their Startup. They act as an intermediary between the Capital holders and the Composers of Ideas (Startups).
Along with this, they not only help bring the investments needed for a Startup but bring to you an audience of keen students who do not share the dreams of a common person.
This is the first time ever, any college society will be organizing such an event. The event will be conducted in the college premises on 22nd March 2018 from 10:30 AM to 2:30 PM.
The basic requirement to participate in the event is that you must have at least a prototype ready with you. Yes! You heard it right, you don’t need to have an already operating Startup! They’ll help you get your ideas the right start with the right quantum of funds!
Register at: https://goo.gl/6aViBY
Aryabhatta College came into existence from the academic session 2014-15. One of the fastest growing College of University of Delhi, the college is located adjacent to the South Campus of University of Delhi.
It is a co-educational institution and conducts Science, Arts and Commerce courses at the undergraduate level. There are presently around 2200 students on the rolls of the College.
FINANCE & INVESTMENT CELL:
Finance and Investment Cell is a student-driven initiative to facilitate knowledge sharing on matters of finance and provide a deeper insight into the financial sector to students at The University of Delhi.