TLDR: The Indian Institute of Management-Lucknow’s Enterprise Incubation Centre (IIML EIC) and Reserve Bank Innovation Hub (RBIH) are organizing a UP Fintech Futurepreneurs Bootcamp in six cities beginning February 8. The bootcamp aims to provide Fintech education and resources to aspiring entrepreneurs in Uttar Pradesh and promote growth and development in the sector. The camp will offer workshops on design thinking, start-up centric government policies, and available programs for entrepreneurs.
The Indian Institute of Management-Lucknow’s Enterprise Incubation Centre (IIML EIC) and Reserve Bank Innovation Hub (RBIH) have collaborated with StartinUP to organize a UP Fintech Futurepreneurs Bootcamp in six cities in Uttar Pradesh. The bootcamp, which begins on February 8, aims to democratize access to Fintech education and resources, as well as foster the growth of aspiring entrepreneurs in the Fintech sector across the state.
The bootcamp will be held in the cities of Gorakhpur, Varanasi, Kanpur, Lucknow, Meerut, and Noida, and will provide participants with an immersive learning experience. The goal is to equip them with the skills and knowledge needed to navigate the dynamic landscape of financial technology. The camp will feature an exclusive Master Class on design thinking, with a focus on customer-centricity. Workshops on start-up centric government policies and available programs for entrepreneurs at the national level will also be offered.
Faculty-in-charge, Professor Anadi Saran Pande, stated that the initiative is a testament to their commitment to nurturing the entrepreneurial spirit in diverse regions. Empowering Fintech entrepreneurs is seen as a way to contribute to the growth and innovation of the financial technology sector in Uttar Pradesh.
The bootcamp is an opportunity for aspiring entrepreneurs in Uttar Pradesh to gain valuable skills and knowledge in the Fintech sector. By providing access to education and resources, the organizers hope to unlock the potential for growth and development in the state. The workshops on design thinking and government policies will provide participants with valuable insights and tools for success in the industry. This initiative by the IIML EIC and RBIH demonstrates their commitment to supporting entrepreneurship and innovation in the financial technology sector.