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NEN-CBFW Mentor Development Program 2011

Into its third year, the program’s two modules continue to create a buzz among promising mentors and budding entrepreneurs. A quick recap of the modules impact on developing the skills of faculty mentors.

NEN-CBFW trained Faculty Mentors and their work with women mentees:

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Prof. Gurudas Nulkar, SCMHRD, Pune is mentoring Ms. Soumy Nagarajan whose retail company called Discount District is based out of Vadodara. He is mentoring Soumy in the area of identifying value added services and customer segmentation. 

Prof. Haseena Syed, Jai Hind College, Mumbai is working with her mentee Ms. Nina Pangoankar who is running a venture called Lovely Toys. She is helping Nina to venture into a new line of educational toys and identify market for the same. The mentee is very excited about the new product line and is in the process of testing the market. 

Prof. Sudipto Bhattacharya, Vellore Institute of Technology, Vellore is mentoring Ms. Usha Jesudasan who owns a food joint called AMALA’S in Vellore. He has been guiding her on different marketing strategies and expansion of her business. 

Prof. Neena Nanda, ITM Business School, Mumbai is currently working with her mentee Ms. Preeti Sharma Menan who runs Viira Cabs, a travels and logistics company. She is mentoring Preeti to make inroads into a new customer segment and scale up.

Prof. Sapna Mallya, Welingkar Institute, Mumbai connected with Ms. Madhuri Ruia from Integym, Mumbai during the course to continue mentoring after the three-day classroom session. Madhuri is looking to be mentored on cash investments and allocations to facilitate expansion of her business. After attending John Mullin’s session, Sapna is extremely keen to implement her course learnings and to mentor Madhuri on her requirements.

Prof. Kaustubh Dhargalkar, Welingkar Institute, Mumbai and Ms. Jaya Nagarmath, Investor Shoppee, Mumbai, are a mentor and mentee pair. Kaustubh will be supporting Jaya on her the financials of her venture.

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