The WOO Startup program by The Entrepreneurship School and WOO – Women On Own is all set to begin in the first week of August, 2016 in Gurgaon, Haryana.
A speed StartUp venture building program, WOO StartUp, will enable women to launch their dreams in nothing more than 13 hours in 3 months’ time. WOO StartUp Program by TES and WOO is a joint effort to provide an ecosystem for ambitious women who dream to have their own startup but don’t have much support system.
WOO StartUp Program has been designed by taking care of the needs and constraints of women. Aspirants will have access to best mentoring and personalized coaching, on phone support system besides classes during weekdays. Most important feature of the program is customized business templates based on the verticals they want to target and instant loan facility to take care of working capital to begin operations.
The Entrepreneurship School, Gurgaon is an incubator and startup school with simple brand philosophy “Dream It, Do It” and has helped 40+ startups take off, grow and be successful. “What makes WOO StartUp Program unique is the approach of 75% walk and 25% talk that blends education with incubation. Our objective is to enable the women candidates to launch their own startups by the end of the program”, said Mr. Sanjeeva Shivesh, co-founder and CEO at TES.
Women On Own WOO as an organization has vision to evangelize women entrepreneurship in India and is a strong community of 2000+ women entrepreneurs, solopreneurs and self – employed in India. WOO provides growth, learning and marketing platform to women business owners through events & meet ups with an objective to help women learn & develop as successful entrepreneurs. “Women entrepreneurship is one great way to empower women. Promoting women entrepreneurship not only solves unemployment issues among women, but it also multiplies women work participation. It is observed that women owned enterprises and those with women on board, besides being more empathetic to women employees with friendlier HR policies as compared to their counterparts, are more inclusive towards hiring women too. WOO StartUp program is one step ahead in our commitment to see more and more women be on their own”, asserted Himanshi Lydia Singh, Founder at WOO.
Lastly, besides starting their own dream enterprise by the end of program, aspiring women entrepreneurs will also have opportunity to pitch to investors for funds and opt for incubation and ongoing mentoring at The Entrepreneurship School.
For further information, please contact:
The Entrepreneurship School
Mr. Masroor Lodi
T: +91- 9871092750
Ms. Himanshi Lydia Singh