The Israeli Embassy in IIT-Delhi has set up a six-week mentoring program for women entrepreneurs

The Israeli Embassy in India has partnered with the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in Delhi and the WEE Foundation to pursue a six-week mentoring program for women entrepreneurs. Twenty-six women entrepreneurs from the WEE Foundation were selected and consulted on a variety of topics, including validation of ideas, team building, fundraising, and product development and distribution.

“It was great to meet this group of amazing women entrepreneurs. I wish them all the best for the future. This project is one of a special initiative to mark the 30th anniversary of India-Israel diplomatic relations,” Naor Gilon said. , The Israeli ambassador to India said at an event dedicated to the culmination of the program.

The entrepreneurs were patronized by renowned mentor Nava Swersky from Israel. Nava Swersky is a technology entrepreneur with more than 30 years of international entrepreneurial and managerial experience. She is a venture capitalist and expert in innovation and technology commercialization.

“It is a great honor and joy for me to lead these special women who have a unique and innovative mindset and a strong passion for entrepreneurship. They have all achieved so much and I am sure they will continue to lead the change. During the program, women entrepreneurs were connected to potential investors and buyers of their products so that they could turn their business idea into a financially sustainable company. These women have education in science and medicine, business administration, design and healthcare.

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