Over the years, with strong foundations in Business, Management and Economics, many students have chosen to be job creators rather than job seekers. Courses like International Business will whet your entrepreneurial appetite in first year, and others like Marketing, Core Management, e-business and Entrepreneurship will fine-tune your skill-set for venturing out on your own.
Experiences as part of the Entrepreneurship Cell and iVenture- the ISBF incubation centre, making business plan presentations and organising activities and talks by entrepreneurs and industry leaders will all further increase your real-world readiness. This is why and how many start-ups have emerged out of ISBF since its inception in 2006.
One of ISBF’s most storied alumni, Ritesh Agarwal, in an established entrepreneurial tradition, left the Business and Management programme at ISBF mid-way to become Founder and CEO of OYO rooms, one of the country’s top start-ups in recent times.
Check out the video below to hear Ritesh share his inspirational journey with ISBF students at their Orientation Ceremony.
Founded in 2020 by five like-minded students from different undergraduate programmes at ISBF, Emacity, one of ISBF’s youngest start-ups is becoming a sensation among the youth looking for a sustainable fashion. To know what went into the making of this start-up, read our exclusive interview with the founders of Emacity.
Founded by Aditi Saraf,
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