06, Oct 2016

Wadhwani Foundation Doubles Efforts To Empower Entrepreneurs

The Wadhwani Foundation is a non-profit organization established by Silicon Valley billionaire, Dr. Ramesh Wadhwani. Their initiative National Entrepreneurship

06, Oct 2016

Micro Small & Medium Enterprises: The Secret Dynamo Of India’s Economy

Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) is “a hidden gem and critical sector for accelerating job growth and also GDP growth” of the country.

31, Aug 2016

Dr. Ajay Kela, President and CEO, WF quoted in Business World

The hallmark US-India Innovation fund was launched today promoting entrepreneurial culture and innovation partnerships between India and the US. It’s an initiative of the two governments come about as

23, Aug 2016

Dr. Ajay Kela, President and CEO, WF speaks to The Telegraph on fast emerging entrepreneurship ecosystem in India

High-potential entrepreneurship that drives jobs at scale is borne out of a culture of innovation and risk-taking. The good news is that there has been a drastic change in

22, Aug 2016

Dr. Ajay Kela, President and CEO, WF speaks to New Indian Express on ‘Ex-Servicemen fast becoming an employment choice for startups’

Loyalty, commitment to work and the willingness to take responsibility are the qualities that makes former defence personnel perfectly fit for many jobs. Startups, more associated with those just

22, Aug 2016

NEN mentored entrepreneur, Kirthana Ramarapu speaks to Deccan Chronicle on her entrepreneurial journey

She believes that children who are active and exercise daily are more likely to build stronger bones, stay healthy, have a better outlook on life, have higher self-esteem and

19, Aug 2016

Wadhwani Foundation intensifies focus on India, South-East Asia, Latin America and East Africa

In an endeavor to strengthen its fast growing global footprint, Wadhwani Foundation today announced the appointment of Suman Sasmal, Managing Director – India and Asia, Javier Campos, Managing Director

08, Aug 2016

Atul Raja, EVP-Marketing, WF writes for Financial Express on ‘Why India needs culture of entrepreneurship in classrooms’

While there are successful examples of young innovators like PC Musthafa (iD Fresh), Sampriti Bhattacharyya (Hydroswarm) and Vijay Sharma (One97), the harsh reality is that an inordinately large number

22, Jul 2016

Sashi Chimala, EVP, WF-NEN speaks to ‘First Post’ on how entrepreneurship is a way to create jobs in India

A large number of fresh engineering graduates will find it difficult to get jobs as established IT firms are going slow on hiring. Automation is making many jobs redundant