Started in 2009, EAD has grown drastically. It has had an enormous effect on the entrepreneurial ecosystem. EAD is a pan-India drive to reach out to colleges across different cities in India and promote entrepreneurship amongst students.
It will consist of guest lectures and workshops by eminent and successful entrepreneurs, business tycoons, and industry leaders where students can interact with these experts and seek their advice on various spheres of entrepreneurship.
Students are exposed to the avenues of business models, start-ups, and the resources which can be effectively utilized as the building blocks of their journey as an entrepreneur during EAD.
Financial Framework for Entrepreneurs will include Financial Statements, Delegation of Authorities, Risk Management, Control Framework, Segregation of Duties, Compliances, Audits and Behaviours to help them make strategic decisions, achieve major goals and solve complex problems, by collecting, analyzing, and reporting the most useful information.
It will be covered over 24 cities all across the country. Swamy Seetharaman, head (Engineering and Data) of CRED, Amod Malviya, co-founder of Udaan, Ajay Jaiswal, founder and CEO Pesto, MikhilInnani, CEO Apollo Finvest and co-founder of Pharmeasy, HarshilKaria, founder Schbang, KanavHasija, co-founder of InnovAccer, would be some prestigious speaker.
Few startups would get the opportunity to pitch their model in front of the investors thus raising the capital required for the startup.
Sources – The Indian Express.