Call for Applications for iDiya: ISB’s National Social Venture Ideas Competition

iDiya is a platform for social entrepreneurs from around the world to showcase their ideas and meet industry leaders and business mentors.


iDiya is ISB’s national Social Venture Ideas Competition. It was conceived in 2009 at the Indian School of Business by the Net Impact Club of ISB. Within six years, iDiya has come up as a promising platform for dynamic entrepreneurs with a social bent, from around the world to showcase their ideas to enthusiastic partners.

ISB has announced its 7th edition of iDiya. This year iDiya will be held on October 12-16, 2015. ISB is calling out to all dynamic entrepreneurs with a social bent, from around the world to showcase their ideas to enthusiastic partners. The year 2015 will see the stakes get higher as the competition opens up to the SAARC region. The 10 best ideas get a five day all-expenses paid training at a boot camp where they will meet industry leaders, venture capitalists and business mentors.

Prizes : Cash reward upto 4 lakhs. In addition to that, iDiya will also provide a platform to get seed funding. And an invaluable experience with the entire social-entrepreneurial ecosystem in India. So take one step closer to the difference you have always wanted to make by registering here. (http://www.isb.edu/idiya)

Deadline : August 16, 2015 at 23.59hrs.

Contact : Aishwarya Tipnis

Mobile : +91 98191 13645


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The future is not a result of choices among alternative paths offered by the present, but a place that is created--created first in the mind and will, created next in activity. The future is not some place we are going to, but one we are creating. more

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