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Global Business School & Research Centre

Orientation Session on Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Start-Up

Saturday, August 13, 2022 |Online |Events


As a part of the initiative towards promoting creative & innovative mindsets in the business among the
students, Global Business School & Research Centre in association with DPU’s Foundation for Innovtion, Incubation and Entrepreneurship had organized Orientation Session on Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Start-Up.

This session was conducted on Saturday, 13 Aug 2022.The speaker for the event was Dr. Sharmishtha Deshmukh, Assistant Professor and Innovation Ambassador. This session was attended by 87 students. The objective for organizing this event was to attain basic understanding about Entrepreneurship Innovation and Start-up.

Dr.Sharmishtha Deshmukh is a faculty in the area of Marketing. She is associated with Dr.D.Y.patil Vidyapeeth’s Global Business School & Research Centre, as an Assistant Professor, since last 08 years. She has a total experience of 9.5 years in academics, during which she has taught subjects like Research Methodology, Retail Management, Product & Brand Management, Marketing Management, Business Communication, E-commerce, Integrated Marketing Communications, Consumer Behaviour, Entrepreneurship Development etc.


The event started by welcoming the speaker for the event. Dr. Ravi Phadke, Assistant Professor, GBSRC, welcomed the participants and introduced the speaker. In the session, the speaker explained the basics of Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Start-up. She also touched upon the qualities that a person should possess to be a successful entrepreneur. She discussed how innovation is important to establish a successful start-up. She has explained all the concepts beautifully by giving various to the point and relatable examples, which made it very easy for all the participants of MBA and BBA to understand what she said.

The webinar ended with a question- and-answer session followed by a vote of thanks.

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