Global Entrepreneurship Bootcamp is an intensive educational/leadership session that brings together many young entrepreneurs from around the world and place them on a common platform to innovate and create new businesses by collaboration. The Bootcamp is designed to groom your innovations and new ideas into startups. We provide the platform to interact with our mentors, successful entrepreneurs who are willing to hear what budding entrepreneurs are thinking of and guide them to the right path to making a successful startup.
GEB also brings together many like-minded entrepreneurs from different parts of the world. It is an incredible opportunity to be exposed to new cultures and perspectives, both entrepreneurial and otherwise. It is also an opportunity to exchange and share ideas with other participants. We believe that healthy competition is essential for learning, which is why we have designed Global Entrepreneurship Bootcamp to also be a competition between teams that are divided during the Bootcamp. GEB will make an environment where people from all backgrounds can create, innovate, collaborate and compete in a friendly atmosphere.
GEB is a place to learn from successful entrepreneurs who will share their experiences of success or more importantly their failures, share and exchange ideas with other like-minded attendees with diverse background, and it is also a place to compete with the same like-minded attendees in order to develop and improve oneself.
GEB has already hosted two successful Bootcamps and welcomed delegates from 30 different countries. The first one was hosted in Kakani, Nepal from September 2nd to 4th, 2017. 11 great business ideas were pitched in GEB 2017 and the wining model was Chyine -a traditionally made alcohol is remade and sold commercially with much better quality. Talking about the second Bootcamp, it was hosted in Bangkok, Thailand from January 15th to 18th, 2018. Participants of GEB-Bangkok pitched 15 business models. After presentation of ideas, Guliyo with team members Agadh Malla(Nepal), Sujhan Ghimire(Nepal), Ari Sanjaya(Indonesia), and Suman Paudel(Nepal) won the award of best business model while HandiConnect team members Dexter Wilson(Trinidad and Tobago), Tafhimur Rahman(Bangladesh), Elias Hailemariam(Ethiopia), Pooja Sankpal(India), and Pratisth Pradhan(Nepal) won the best team award for best performance during the Bootcamp.