The Entrepreneurship Cell, IIT Bombay-India's Largest Entrepreneurship Promoting Organization.

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The Entrepreneurship Cell, IIT Bombay serves as a link between the various subsystems of startup ecosystem. We are pursuing this vision from past 18 years and we have grown to become India's largest entrepreneurship promoting  organization.We cater an audience of more than 100 thousand directly through our initiatives with our reach exceeding to over 1 million students, corporate, Entrepreneurs and HNIs' PAN India.


We achieve our mission by following initiatives  :

Eureka! :

Asia’s largest Business Plan and MVP competition

We receive more than 8500 entries from across the country. It comprises of multiple stages, spanning over a period of 5 months. Kick-started with pre-Eureka! knowledge workshops ( Illuminate), which are then followed by two rounds of online screening, online mentoring, mentors’ meet ( with semi-finalists) and Eureka! final pitch.

The Entrepreneurship Summit:

India's largest Business and Entrepreneurial conclave

Every year, we organize The E-Summit, a 2 day conclave where all the stakeholders in the global entrepreneurial community converge. These stakeholders including national and international entrepreneurs, investors, academics and subject experts, come to IIT Bombay, India and inspire/motivate/educate our audience ( young professionals + students who are budding entrepreneurs) through Speaker Sessions, Panel Discussions, Networking hubs etc.


E-Summit’16 has received patronage from UNESCO and MAKE IN INDIA

Also, the Demographics of E-Summit’16 -

  1. Footfall - 20000+ People attended the summit (60% students + 40% corporates)

  2. 72 speakers including 23 Foreign Speakers were a part of speakers panel of E-summit.

  3. 300+ Startups visited the E-summit for Networking, Exposure and Mentoring.


Please find the link to our annual report here:-




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