The YSE Overseas Workshops seek to inspire, equip and enable youth who are starting their social enterprises to scale up their businesses. If you looking to grow your social enterprise, we want to help you make it happen!
YSE Workshop | Jakarta
After running two successful workshops in Jakarta since 2016, we are excited to continue the growth of annual YSE Workshop in Jakarta in November 2018. We welcome all social enterprises based in Indonesia to apply. We will be adding information here on how you can apply from September 2018 onwards.
YSE Workshop | Mumbai
The first run of the YSE Workshop in Mumbai was successfully held in November 2017, and we are looking forward to increasing the capacity and reach of the next workshop in Mumbai, scheduled for September 2018. We welcome all social enterprises based in India to apply. We will be adding information here on how you can apply from July 2018 onwards.
Who are we looking for?
We are looking for passionate young changemakers and social entrepreneurs who have great ideas and are looking to develop their social enterprise.
- Have a viable business proposition that addresses a social issue
- Have a social enterprise that is already in operation for less than two years
- Have a social enterprise based in India
- Are between 18 to 30 years old (open to all nationalities)
- Have a committed team of up to 3 members or as an individual
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