Global enterprise application software maker SAP today said it has collaborated with Indian School of Business (ISB) to nurture social entrepreneurship ecosystem with relevance to the national priorities.
The ISB-SAP Social Enterprise Jumpstart will identify five social enterprise startups and provide training, mentorship and access to networks to accelerate their growth.
The objective of the program is "to create investible and growth oriented social enterprises that would address unmet social needs and create significant employment opportunities."
It will provide mentorship and connects to technology experts to speed up the growth of the social enterprises.
To qualify for the programme early stage social entrepreneurs will be invited to apply and put through a selection process that will include experts from ISB, SAP and the startup eco-system, a senior faculty member of ISB said.
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