‘NSRCEL Social’ – Incubating Change-Makers


Incubating ChangeMakers

NSRCEL has been a centre of entrepreneurial excellence at IIM Bangalore incubating, supporting and seeding commercial ventures since 2002. We have touched over 15000 entrepreneurs over the years, actively incubating 67 ventures that have created over 4500 jobs and cumulatively stand at a billion dollar valuation in 2016.

‘NSRCEL Social’ plans to leverage our experience to incubate successful not-for-profit social impact ventures in collaboration with Michael & Susan Dell Foundation. The Incubator is being shaped by an advisory committee comprising of established non-profit and business leaders, and esteemed faculty of IIM Bangalore.

The Social Incubator aims to address the lack of an effective support system for early stage non-profit organisations in areas of funding, legal advisory services and operations. It will nurture select early-stage organizations over the next two years, helping them become world-class non-profits that deliver impact with the help of growing pool of philanthropic and CSR funds invested in them.

We look forward to meeting our first batch of changemakers.

Are you one of them? 

If you are a registered Not-For-Profit Organization working on solving a problem that affects Urban India in the areas of Education, Livelihood, Health and Financial Inclusion, we would love to hear from you. You are welcome to reach out to us with your ideas as well on NSRCEL@iimb.ernet.in

Applications are open till 31st January and we look forward to meeting you!

(Application Link : https://goo.gl/forms/WShPD0rZQftWS5qj1)

(Website Link : http://nsrcel.org/nsrcelsocial/)

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