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NEPAL SOCIAL BUSINESS INTERNSHIP
Nepal Social Business Internship is an annual program of Yunus Social Business Center, King’s College Kathmandu. The main purpose of this internship is to spread the idea and concept of social entrepreneurship among the students in Nepal and abroad while also creating an opportunity for students to apply their skills in development of a social enterprise. Students are placed in different social enterprises with set milestones for both the company and the Yunus Center at King’s, for which the team had to meet the compliance in order to succeed in their internship. In 2017, students from National Central University, Taiwan completed their internship which was held from December 9 to 23.
NATIONAL SOCIAL BUSINESS CHALLENGE
National Social Business Challenge is an annual program of King’s Incubator (Yunus Social Business Center- King’s College). It was started with an objective of promoting Social Business Models across Nepal. The program aims at bringing together people, from various backgrounds, who are trying to address social challenges through viable business models. The Center also provides ‘Social Entrepreneurship Bootcamp’ prior to the ‘National Social Business Challenge’ to help develop insights in establishing a social enterprise and also prepare the participants for the competition.
PopCorn Series is a series of interactions/lectures/workshops aimed at building knowledge or development of the skills of participating students and entrepreneurs with a larger aim of developing the entrepreneurial mindset. The sessions of this series are driven by the demands from our students and entrepreneurs, who approach us ( Incubator) for a specific session requirement or a problem that they want to be solved, based on which the session is designed. There is no specific timing for PopCorn, as it can pop-up anytime. However, we have been organizing one session every fortnight since March 4, 2020.
Business 101 is the business advisory coaching session provided by King’s Incubator to solve entrepreneurs’ problems. The entrepreneurs facing certain problems with their business can approach our coaches with their problems. The coach and entrepreneur then go into a business (i.e. coaching) 101 session towards solving the problem.
Pathways mentorship tries to bridge the gap between mentors and entrepreneurs so that the entrepreneurs are able to solve their problems through mentorship support. The participants apply for mentorship with discussion agendas/problems to be solved. The objective behind mentorship is to give entrepreneurs an access to mentor network which would help entrepreneurs find life-long mentors along the way.
OTHARO INCUBATION PROGRAM
Otharo Incubation Program is the flagship annual program of King’s Incubator, King’s College Kathmandu. The incubation program helps the aspiring entrepreneurs to transform the ideas into concrete business projects and aspires to guide the start-ups or existing organizations towards more challenging and profitable goals. Incubator has a structured model for training, coaching and mentoring for the incubation program that helps ideators come up with implementing their business ideas.
National Social Business Challenge
Yunus Social Business Center, King’s College signed Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Koteshwor Multiple Campus.
We are honored to announce that a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) has been signed between
King’s College partners with International Entrepreneurship Forum (IEF) to organize 16th Entrepreneurship Conference. The conference
a total of 154 innovative social business ideas contributing towards the sustainable development goals from young aspirants from 12 different cities of the country were shortlisted out of which the top10 ideas presented their ideas to the jury that comprised of eminent personalities in the sector of social entrepreneurship.
On June 6th 2022, King’s College launched its Co-Create Nepal program at Yala Maya Kendra,
In another first, King’s College, Nepal organized the third edition of its annual series of
Kathmandu, Nepal – November 12, 2019 An entrepreneurship and innovation-focused non-profit program called “Impact Week”
Yunus Social Business Center, King’s College signed Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Kathmandu Model College.
Reflected by Coaches; Compiled by Suyasha Singh (Corporate Communication Officer, King’s College) After the successful
Under an exchange program with the University of Oklahoma called as the ‘Professional Fellowship Program’