CIO Insider

CIOInsider India Magazine


Goldman Sachs '10000 Women in India initiative': Mumbai's Episode by IIMB

CIOInsider Team

Bengaluru, India – December 02, 2019: Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB) and Goldman Sachs has prolonged the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women resourcefulness preparation for women entrepreneurs to Mumbai for its next group. The programme is for present women business persons that have stayed in the process for at least one year with minimum annual revenue of INR 35 lakhs and at least three employees.

“The expansion to Mumbai was a logical choice, given that it is the financial and commercial capital of India,” the premier management institute said in an official statement.

IIMB and premier management has received the

second highest number of applications from Maharashtra; followed by Bengaluru at the second position with 15 percent of applications. All the three associates of the program are indicating an urge for holistic training for women entrepreneurs in the area; this is declared by the institution. The NCRCEL is the academic partner of Goldman Sachs 10,000 women in India. They focus on the developing entrepreneurship throughout the country. The programme is conducted for women entrepreneur who are in the industry for at least a year with minimum annual revenue of INR 35 lakhs and a 3 member employee headcount. The complete programme is conducted for a period of fifteen days with class room sessions in addition to mentoring support, business growth plan preparation and post program alumni activities.

‘Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women’ was started on the considerate that investing in women entrepreneurs leads to economic growth and stronger communities. Given the high quality practical business education, mentoring and networking opportunities, the 10,000 Women graduates of this program have reported immediate and sustained business growth. The participants of this initiative will not be charged fee for the programme organised, for 10,000 Women is a completely sponsored Program by Goldman Sachs. The participants have to arrange for their travel and stay themselves. Few topics for the programme include building the organisation, building the self and scoping the environment.

This is a global initiative that cultivates economic growth by providing women entrepreneur across the globe with a business & management education, adequate mentoring, rich networking, and significant access to capital. The programme has come up with 10000 women across 56 countries all over the world who are partnering with more than thirty leading business schools and 100 academic organizations.

Current Issue
A Word Of Expert Advice: How To Cope With The Crisis