The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE) Women and SR Innovation Exchange (SRiX) have announced a multi-year partnership to provide incubation support for more than 70 women entrepreneurs participating in TiE Women Mentor Camps.
In addition to mentoring, the partnership will also look at hand-holding and guidance as a long term commitment to enable and enhance the journey of women entrepreneurs.
In a joint statement, they said women entrepreneurs encompasses manufacturing, social enterprise, fashion & lifestyle, food & beverages, art & entertainment, agri & biotech, healthcare & medical, education & training, consumer & commerce, among others.
As a part of this, TiE Hyderabad will conduct a series of boot camps in the initial phase of building businesses, to nurture and get them access to seed funding, the market connects to validate the business models plus establish revenue traction.
Announcing the arrangement, TiE Hyderabad President, Sridhar Reddy, who is also the CMD of CtrlS, said it was a win-win partnership, bolstering TiE women members to gain structured incubation support in addition to TiE mentoring. “This collaborative learning will enable broadening the outcome of entrepreneurship vision for each of the idea and concept stage women entrepreneurs,” he said.
“We foresee multiple synergies and are excited to partner with TiE Women initiatives in the Hyderabad Chapter,” said CEO of SRiX, Sreedevi Devireddy. “This strategically fits into SRiX objectives to encourage women entrepreneurship and provide them the much-needed incubation support during their early growth phase.”