The last few months have been testing, but we have shined through it all. Our world changed fast, and we overcame challenges being both bold and flexible. With the aim of both meeting current changes in the startup ecosystem and anticipating those in the future, we have tried to contribute to the community through various initiatives.
Firstly, we are now organising the Thinking Social Webinars, that lead to our annual Tata Social Enterprise Challenge, virtually. Last month, we invited experts to help us delve deeper into some relevant topics through their awe-inspiring stories.
Over time, our startups have also learnt how to move forward in collaboration and take on the pandemic together. It is essential for us to identify and create new opportunities that maximize business for all our incubatees. We cherish and nurture the uniqueness of all our incubatees and try to tailor opportunities to their needs, and encourage leadership through empathy and partnerships. Supporting local communities and encouraging creation of livelihoods that impact thousands of lives is what IIMCIP is targeting. Read on to find out how our incubatees Driversaab and Agastya Buoyant have successfully pivoted their models to serve the community during the pandemic.