A two-day ‘Idea Currency Orientation Workshop’ was organised at the National Institute of Engineering, Mysuru, recently.
It was organised by KBITS in association with Workbench Projects, led by Pavan Kumar, founder and director of Workbench Projects and Anupama Gowda, the co-founder and director. The event was organised with an intent to support young entrepreneurs by connecting them with investors and mentors to take their ideas to the next level.
The two-day event provided a chance to utilise developing skills in a practical way. The primary goal was to help young minds wheel through a thinking process and then let their ideas flow out to see their hidden potential.
The selected teams will undergo a five-day prototype and business boot camp at Workbench Projects, Bengaluru and also get a chance to present their idea at Bengaluru ITE.biz 2016, the biggest IT & Electronics event in India to be held from November 28 to 30 in Bengaluru. About 70 participants attended the workshop.