Acropolis Institute & ISOEL launches Entrepreneur Startup Club–
Indore Chapter, ‘ISOEL-ACRO’
Indore, January 15, 2013: To provide the solutions to problems faced by aspiring entrepreneurs, ranging from finances to creative block, Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC) of Acropolis Institute, Indore and International School of Entrepreneurship & Leadership (ISOEL) has launched country’s first Entrepreneur Startup Club – Indore Chapter, ‘ISOEL-ACRO’ free of cost today in the campus. The club is set up by Acropolis Institute and US trainers which are likely to solve all the issues faced by the risk taking entrepreneurs of Indore and the ones around Indore. The club is as well open to the students graduating from any college of the country. The club will first invite problems of the students while setting up their business and will then provide solutions for coping up with difficulties.
Speaking at the launch of the club, John Sween, Founder of ISOEL said, “This startup club will benefit all the potential entrepreneurs. We believe in the motive of ‘Together each accomplish more’, in which all the persons connected with this club will act together and will be successful. It is a very good initiative and process to connect with various people and know their innovative thought process. Hopefully this club would be a good contribution in everyone’s life.”
While interacting with Glenn Reph, CEO of ISOEL, Glenn showed his interest in knowing new business ideas. He appreciated all the ideas of the young entrepreneurs present during the launch. He focused on the importance of USP in any business which translates into customers and various channels. Glenn emphasized that the key thing in a startup club would be each other’s support which might result into wonders. On his next visit in March, Glenn and ISOEL team will look upon the detailed business map of every entrepreneur and would guide each one of them in the best possible way.
In the welcome address, Prof. Atul Bharat, Group Director-Career Development Cell, Acropolis Institute briefed about the startup club and was thrilled to share the joining of the hands with ISOEL team functioning as mentors to all young entrepreneurs. He expressed the need of having the club which will provide the right platform to proceed to everyone who faces various problems in living and fulfilling their dream. He also transpired that the visit of ISOEL mentors next would be in month of March, prior to the mentors from Acropolis Institute will guide the entrepreneurs accordingly.
There were 20 entrepreneurs present during the launch of the club from and around the city; some of them were from Green Plastics, FYI, Chai Bar, Inspire, Jal, On the House, Samosa Walas etc. Each of them interacted with ISOEL mentors and discussed about their venture.
Worth mentioning, Acropolis Institute with ISOEL has already started Entrepreneurship Certification Course for the acro students and will have 21 days module to take place every year. First module course had been completed with a one week workshop from January, 07, 2013 onwards in the institute. The other two modules would be organized in months of March and May. The Institute has signed an MOU with ISOEL (International School of Entrepreneurship & Leadership). Four ISOEL Instructors will share their knowledge and experiences among the students. The workshop will cover every field – management, pharmacy & technical. The workshop is organized by Prof. Atul Bharat (Group Director-Career Development Cell, Acropolis Institute) and Prof. Anupama Modi.
International School of Entrepreneurship & Leadership (ISOEL) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the continuing education, development, and training of servant oriented, socially responsible entrepreneurial business leaders.