• Aman goyal

Announcing Partnership with SCET at University of California, Berkeley

Updated: Jul 18

Saumen Chakraborty – MD, Sumeru Innovation; Susan Giesecke – Director of Global Engagement, Berkeley Sutardja Center; Jatin Chaurasia – MD, Sumeru Innovation

Through this partnership Sumeru Innovation will be able to empower students to become lifelong innovators and successful entrepreneurs through the renowned Berkeley Method of Entrepreneurship approach to learning innovation, a method which focuses on helping innovators learn to create new ventures through experiential learning and by understanding how their mindsets and behaviours can improve their ability to innovate.

Sumeru Innovation will be setting up Innovation labs globally starting with the first in Bangalore, India (Silicon Valley of India) to serve as a bridge between east and west, helping to connect technological advancements and growing economies. The joint vision of this partnership is to bring about a positive change in the whole startup ecosystem by encouraging knowledge sharing, creating global talent and by approaching the big problems of tomorrow in a very cohesive and supportive environment. Sumeru is excited to announce this partnership with expectations that it will accelerate the pace of change of innovation at the university and global level.

“We are very excited about the new partnership with Sumeru,” says Susan Giesecke, director of global engagement for SCET, “Through this relationship, we will not only be able to empower the entrepreneurs at Sumeru and reach many more people around the world with our programs, but our entrepreneurs here in Berkeley will have a new way to access capital and enter global markets.”

Original press article was released by SCET here on June 17, 2019.

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