Startup Bus
Startup Bus was an initiative to give exposure to our MiniMBA batch 4 students.
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Mini MBA and Value Kreation organized Startup Bus on the 14th of July, where 25 great CEOs from various startups and 25 entrepreneurial enthusiasts. We all went on a road trip to Kurai, MP, a buffer zone of Pench Tiger Reserve. 

 

Startup Bus aimed to gather all the entrepreneurial geeks together and make some creation of their own and create a networking platform for both the CEOs and the entrepreneurial geeks.

About the day
Today, in the world of millennials and buzzwords, we all hear the words "Entrepreneur", "Startups", "Follow Your Passion", etc. Many dream of starting their startup and becoming a CEO, creating and following their passion. What if I tell you that there was a 'Bus' full of such entrepreneurs and CEOs of startups and tell you that they all had gone for a road trip! Doesn't that sound interesting? Let me tell you about a trip organized by Value Kreation and Mini MBA named Startup Bus. 

The trip took off from Makxenia Engineering Resources at 244 Shankar Nagar with a wave of excitement and enthusiasm among all the participants and invitees. We organized a small road trip game on the bus. The game was to make a creation of its own to entertain everyone on the bus. After we reached Kurai, we met

Dr Mahendra, a social entrepreneur who works on sustainability and agriculture. He took us on a trek named 'Nadi Yatra' on the river Bawanthari, a tributary of river Wainganga. He explained how the river acts as an essential creation of nature. A river teaches us the vital lesson of life. The pebbles act as barriers to our life, and the river's flowing water denotes how we should keep flowing and tackle the pebbles to reach our goal. He also explained why creations of nature are so important and why protecting these wonders of nature should be our utmost priority. 

Exercise Group
Exercise Group

The trip took off from Makxenia Engineering Resources at 244 Shankar Nagar with a wave of excitement and enthusiasm among all the participants and invitees. We organized a small road trip game on the bus. The game was to make a creation of its own to entertain everyone on the bus. After we reached Kurai, we met

Dr Mahendra, a social entrepreneur who works on sustainability and agriculture. He took us on a trek named 'Nadi Yatra' on the river Bawanthari, a tributary of river Wainganga. He explained how the river acts as an essential creation of nature. A river teaches us the vital lesson of life. The pebbles act as barriers to our life, and the river's flowing water denotes how we should keep flowing and tackle the pebbles to reach our goal. He also explained why creations of nature are so important and why protecting these wonders of nature should be our utmost priority. 

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