A Message From Our Chief Mentor


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Dear Aspiring Indian,

"Proud to be an Entrepreneur. "

Come, let’s create more jobs,
Come, let’s celebrate entrepreneurship,
 
Come, let's create the right E-ecosystem (Entrepreneurial Ecosystem)

Come, lets create a society that respects entrepreneurs.

 Out there, there is a blind tug-of-war to take up big sounding degrees in the name of education, all in the hope of a fat pay check. But what they don’t realize is unless there are great enterprises, there can’t be fat pay-checks and the MNCs would not pay fat checks if supply exceeds demand. Unfortunately the families have also got used to  lifestyles beyond their means – so who cares about economic freedom of India. The society as a whole has reached such a stage today the self-made entrepreneur coming in a small car will be frowned upon and a Vice-President coming in a   luxury car will be looked up to.

It is not that we don’t have a  Steve or a Bill  in India – we may have 100s of them in the backyard, but we just don’t have the right E-ecosystem (Entrepreneurial Ecosystem) that nurtures them. Parents scorn them, wives ridicule them, children sneer at them, friends deride them, society taunts them, bankers scoff at them, government taxes them– and against all these, they have to take on the dynamic markets.

Not once, not twice – this is the story of the Indian entrepreneur 9 out of 10 times. I know there are some handful of world-class business leaders produced by India – but what about those unsung thousands who never made it anywhere– who being ashamed of some of the early day failures, are hiding behind various pretexts to escape from the scornful eyes of their loved ones – people who have buried their fire and drive deep within in the name of family responsibility.

If India has to be a super power, it has to earn its economic freedom; and for that we need thousands and thousands of these entrepreneurs.  Through Indian Institute of Entrepreneurship, Management and Technology [IIEMT] my humble dream is to put together an ecosystem that will harbor such potential. Starting with hardcore entrepreneurial education the idea is to build up a complete framework for entrepreneurship in the years to come.

So my appeal to all those aspiring, driven, committed Indians is, let's  consider Entrepreneurship as the first option  before settling into a secure job. Lets encourage the younger generations to embrace entrepreneurship.

 How to mitigate the risk, may be we can help...


Sashi Menon,
Chief Mentor, IIEMT.

Who Can Benefit?



MBAs who want to start up business.

Business owners who want to train their children in business.

Business owners who want to prepare their wives to be the second line in business.

Professional wanting promotions.

Graduates looking at getting better jobs.

Professionals working close to owners, promoters, senior management.

Youngsters wanting to start business or learn management.

People with less percentages struggling to get admission in management colleges.

All Entrepreneurs who want to grow their business.

Professionals who are less than 3 years into business.