A lot of budding social entrepreneurs don’t start because they don’t know how to start. Quite a few who start quit very soon because they don’t find support and acceptance for what they are doing. The journey of a entrepreneur is very lonely. In our society the stigma of failure is very high. And there are pressures to take up a job, get married, take a home loan, start a family to name a few.
In our experience entrepreneurs need most support in early years. That is the time when they are most vulnerable. And that is why we at UnLtd Delhi want to support early stage social entrepreneurs with funding, coaching, mentoring, leadership training and skills enhancement.