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Employee.Thmb.jpg Hasina Kharbhih becomes India's first Masterpreneur

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SME Times News Bureau | 30 Nov, 2013
Hasina Kharbhih, Founder of Impulse Social Enterprises, a women small and medium enterprise (SME) entrepreneur from the northeast India, has won India's first CNBC Awaaz - Masterpreneur India Award presented by Sona Koyo in association with and Dainik Bhaskar in the national capital on Friday.

Kharbhih has started the impulse social enterprises. Her group focused to provide a service that ends poverty and empowers women artisan entrepreneurs in northeast. For the last 19 years she is doing the marketing of the hand-made garments of northeast. Initially she started this group as a social entrepreneur. But now she is looking for marketing the products across the globe.

Saumil Majmudar founder of EduSports become the first runner-up. Saumil Majmudar started S V EduSports Private Limited ("EduSports"). It focuses on outsourced school sports & physical education programs. They believe it is a good platform today for developing a generation of healthy and fit children through the magic of sport.

Another participant from northeast, Anabil Goswami become the second runner-up. He started the Arohan Foods Private Limited that offers packaged pork products including sausages, cocktail, etc. It focuses on various things like: complete integration from piglet to product, dedicated R&D for piggery sector.

Abhijeet Gan, founder of Rite Water Solutions (India) Pvt. Ltd from Nagpur and Neha Juneja, founder of Greenway Grameen Infra from Mumbai were the among top 5 finalist.

CNBC Awaaz - Masterpreneur India Award received 900 entries across India and only 5 reached in the Grand Finale event for the final winner.

The winner will get a chance to meet multiple VCs and interact with them beyond the "pitch" process. They will also get legal, HR, tax, marketing consulting advice. Top 3 gratifications (from top 5) will also avail these advantages. The winner will also get multimedia campaign worth Rs. 25 lakh on TV18.

MASTERPRENEUR INDIA-SEASON 1 is a significant step in creating a community of already existing aspiring entrepreneurs in India which are involved in innovation and are making a difference in their respective business verticals by providing new solutions and products to the community at large.

The show enables Micro entrepreneurs to take a Quantum Leap in their business- local to regional, regional to national. It's the Reality Show which gives a platform to entrepreneurs to fulfill their dream of becoming BIG.

The platform provides an excellent opportunity for the budding innovative aspiring entrepreneurs to showcase their talent and business acumen in front of experienced and established business honchos.
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Hari a tyro | Thu Dec 5 02:30:02 2013
Great, this is the real growth of a country nd also kindling the inner thought of myself to work for the people through social enterprises, impact possible.

Great To know.
Manoj Patel | Sun Dec 1 12:04:39 2013
Its really helps startup companies boost their activities and scale their business. Its good platform for innovative aspiring entrepreneurs.

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