One of the TES’s ongoing research initiatives is to develop real life cases from Indian entrepreneurial space; cases that are relevant and are rooted in the realities of Indian entrepreneurial environment.
Realising the acute dearth of such cases, TES has taken this initiative as the knowledge leader in entrepreneurship education in India. Such an initiative aims at filling up this critical gap in the body of knowledge on entrepreneurship.
In 2014, we aim to to develop case studies on different aspects of start-up lifecycle for approximately fifty startups in India.
There will be regular addition to this knowledge pool. Contributions from every corner are welcome. Anyone who intends to write a case on a start-up company based on India is encouraged. On acceptance of the case there will be remuneration for his or her hard work.