AIESEC Delhi IIT to organise
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AIESEC Delhi IIT, part of AIESEC, is organising the “Youth To Business 2011” (Y2B 2011) forum in Delhi, an initiative towards social entrepreneurship on the 20th June 2011. To be held at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi, the event aims to bring together a mix of 300 graduates and under graduate students along with Equity, Marketing & HR heads of around 50 companies.

Following the core AIESEC ideals of promoting the spirit of leadership and entrepreneurship, the “Youth to Business Forum 2011”, seeks to provide the youth with an opportunity to realise this very dream of executing a successful venture.

The highlight of the Y2B 2011 will be the AIESEC -IIT Delhi & United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) powered Social Innovation Competition (SIC), for the young population to discuss their thoughts and opinions through revolutionary business plans, based on the United Nations Millennium Goals.

Participating students OF SIC will be presenting a revolutionary business plan in their endeavour to make this world a more pleasant place to live in. The best of the Social Business Plan will then be opened to a variety of venture capitalists and corporates to arrange for financial sustainability. To name a few, venture capitalists like Indian Angel Network and LTG will be present at the event amongst others.

Eminent panelists at Y2B 2011 include Rajiv Chandran – National Information Officer, Sanaullah Fathi, Rita Soni – CEO, NASSCOM Foundation, Dilip Chenoy – MD, National Skill Development Corporation, Kamini Kinger – Director, National Social Entrepreneurship Forum. The United Nations Millennium Development Goals, encourages the youth to merge with the business world. These issues, adopted as a part of the global action plan to achieve the eight anti-poverty goals by 2015, include issues like women's and children's health and other initiatives against poverty, hunger and disease.

The highlight of the Y2B 2011 will be the AIESEC -IIT Delhi and United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) powered Social Innovation Competition (SIC), for the young population to discuss their thoughts and opinions through revolutionary business plans, based on the United Nations Millennium Goals. Participating students OF SIC will be presenting a revolutionary business plan in their endeavour to make this world a more pleasant place to live in. The best of the Social Business Plan will then be opened to a variety of venture capitalists and corporate to arrange for financial sustainability. To name a few, venture capitalists like Indian Angel Network and LTG will be present at the event amongst others.

The United Nations Millennium Development Goals, encourages the youth to merge with the business world. These issues, adopted as a part of the global action plan to achieve the eight anti-poverty goals by 2015, include issues like women's and children's health and other initiatives against poverty, hunger and disease.

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