• on 10 Jan, 2020 at IIT Gandhinagar
  • organized jointly by WIN Foundation and the Kiran C Patel Centre for Sustainable Development – IIT Gandhinagar
  • More than 70  Participants from diverse stakeholders including NGOs, Institutions, Foundations, Independent professionals, Innovation Ecosystem players and Start-ups, actively participated in the roundtable, shared their perspectives and initiatives,  exchanged ideas and collaboration opportunities, and offered their support in innovations and initiatives  to drive and bring social change in our focused domains of (i) Water and Sanitation and (ii) Maternal and Child health.
  • organized by C-CAMP ON BEHALF OF DBT, Government of India, with WIN FOUNDATION as CATEGORY PARTNER FOR THE DOMAINS OF (I) WATER AND SANITATION AND (II) MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH
  • Period : 1st August 2019 to 14th December 2019

Centre for Cellular and Molecular Platforms (C-CAMP), Bangalore, conducted the 3rd Edition of NBEC, from the 1st of August to 14th December, 2019. The competition received nearly 3000 applications from across the. Following the regional qualifiers, 67 business ideas were shortlisted for the Boot Camp held between 11-13 December in Bengaluru. The rigorous jury evaluations on 13th and 14th saw tough competition among promising startups leading to selection of final winners.

As category partner for (i) Water and Sanitation and (ii) Maternal and Child Health, WIN Foundation participated in the preliminary evaluation and then the final jury rounds, and sponsored the category awards.

  • on 26th July 2019, at Ahmedabad
  • 35 participants including Startup Ecosystem players, NGO’s, Institutions, Investors, Startups attended
  • Discussions on supporting innovative social impact startups in Water and Sanitation, in their growth and scale up stage
  • on 9th July 2019, at Ahmedabad
  • In partnership with Rural Caravan
  • Over 30 participants including NGOs, Foundations, Startups and Institutions – discussions on how to promote micro-entrepreneurship in remote / rural / tribal areas for twin objectives of (i) livelihood generation and (ii) improving quality of life
  • On 9th July, 2019, at IIT Gandhinagar
  • To explore and identify collaborative areas for synergies between academia and  social impact organisations
  • Participants from WIN, ACT, IIT Gandhinagar faculty and students.
  • 5th and 6th April, 2019, at IIT Gandhinagar
  • In partnership with IIT Gandhinagar, IIPH Gandhinagar, Wheels Charitable Foundation, with the theme: Innovate and Empower to accelerate Social Change
  • Very well attended with over 60 high quality speakers and over 500 delegates over two days.
  • The participants included Institutions, Government, NGO’s, Corporates, Start-ups, Incubators, Investors, Professionals and students.
  • Startups, NGOs and Government departments displayed their innovative services, products, interventions for social impact at over 30 exhibit stalls