AIESEC in Delhi University, in association with Raise My Idea, organized the Young Entrepreneur’s Program :Delhi Ride, an interactive forum between start-ups and delegates from the student body of AIESEC in Delhi University on 2nd June in order to promote entrepreneurship in Delhi. YEP brought together different start-up’s for a day of innovation and entrepreneurship,the forum aimed at coming up with sustainable growth solutions regarding the various hindrances faced by the start-ups so that both; the start up’s and the delegates benefit by contriving innovative solutions for the problems.
The first start-up was an intiative by an alumni of AIESEC. InstaLively is a start-up founded by Parkhar Khanduja and Karthik Vaidyanath. It is a live streaming virtual platform that has changed the way people communicate these days. Within the first year InstaLively was able to raise 1 crore 23 lakh. It has partnerships with NDTV, CNN IBN etc. The founders interacted with the delegates regarding marketing campaigns, user base etc.
The second start-up was Ruplee. It is a mobilepayment application that makes all transactions smoother, safer and profitable. Ruplee aims to replace hard money transactions entirely. Ruplee provided a great platform for delegates to contribute to marketing and advertising.
This forum became a platform of exploration and constructive interaction. It allowed the delegates to see the working of start-ups and their fresh perspectives on issues of conflict. It was an opportunity for the delegates to participate in breakout sessions throughout the day with every session exploring topics related to finding different leadership styles and turning one’s passion into job.
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