Enhancing capacity for Indian women entrepreneurs
Griffith University's Department of Business Strategy and Innovation is teaming up with Indian partners to deliver a program to enhance Indian women entrepreneurs’ capacity to internationalise and provide opportunities and tools to understand and work in an international environment… specifically Queensland, Australia.
This is an innovative two-phase project: Phase 1 involves the design and delivery of 2-day Masterclasses in India, and Phase 2 involves bringing a select group of Indian Masterclass participants to Queensland for a week-long, cross-cultural entrepreneurs’ boot-camp.
This project is part of a larger research study conducted by Griffith University research team. The study aims to identify how networks manifest in different entrepreneurial ecosystems and what role do they play for Indian women entrepreneurs when they decide to invest in a start-up. Your consent will be sought to participate in the study. Participation in the study is voluntary and will not affect your registration in the Masterclass or Bootcamp.
This project is co-funded with the support of the Queensland Government’s International Education and Training Partnership Fund, managed by Study Queensland within Trade and Investment Queensland.
Who is the program for?
To be considered for the program, we are inviting all Indian women innovators with a social element in their business to a two-day Masterclass conducted by Academics from Griffith University.
Specifically we are seeking Indian women entrepreneurs who have an enterprise (profit or non-profit) with a social element that have been established 2-5 years and have an intent to scale internationally (Australia/Queensland).