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First Commonwealth-Asia Alliance of Young Entrepreneurs Summit

First Commonwealth-Asia Alliance of Young Entrepreneurs Summit

Building an Entrepreneur Eco-system

CII’s Young Indians Invites Entrepreneurs from India and Asia to The First CAAYE Summit in Mumbai December 2012

CII’s Young Indians has begun the process of identifying the best young entrepreneurs from the Commonwealth-Asia nations to attend the flagship CAAYE Young Entrepreneur Summit scheduled on December 13-15, 2012 in Mumbai, India.

This Annual flagship Summit is an initiative of the CAAYE which was formed in November 2011 in New Delhi under a joint initiative of the Commonwealth Youth Programme-Asia Centre and CII’s Young Indians.

The official launch of the Summit’s registration process began with the Summit website going live on www.caayesummit.com. Ms Katherine Ellis, Director-Youth Affairs, Commonwealth Secretariat London launched the official CAAYE Summit website in Mumbai yesterday.

Also present at the launch were Mr Jose Maurel, Director, Special Advisory Services Division, Commonwealth Secretariat London, Mr Aminul Islam Khan, Programme Manager, CYP Asia Centre, Narayan Jaisingh, Yi Mumbai Chapter Chairman and Dr Rahul Mirchandani, Founder Chairman, CAAYE & Past National Chairman, CII’s Young Indians.

The CAAYE Young Entrepreneur Summit aims to  showcase Indian innovation and ‘next practice’ enterprises in action using field visits in India’s financial capital and will also have deliberations on policy recommendations to create a more conducive youth entrepreneurship ecosystem.

In addition to advocating a more conducive youth entrepreneurship policy from member governments, CAAYE carries out a host of regional, bilateral and country specific activities to mentor youth into entrepreneurship. One example is CAAYE’s ‘Pipeline Partnership’ with the International Labour Organisation’s Youth Employment Network (YEN) for e-coaching and mentoring of young entrepreneurs using the YEN marketplace platform. Other programmes include Blue Ocean Dialogues, innovation workshops, Ideas Labs, Young Entrepreneur Awards and Entrepreneurship Curriculum revamp for Universities.

With the broad theme of “Building a more conducive youth entrepreneurship ecosystem”, the summit will bring together over 200 young entrepreneurs from the Commonwealth-Asia region (Bangladesh, Brunei Darussalam, India, Malaysia, Maldives, Singapore, Sri Lanka and Pakistan) to network, build business linkages, conduct field studies and participate in consensus building on the development of an official communiqué to suggest ways in which member governments can encourage entrepreneurship in the region.

This communique which will capture the voices of young Asian entrepreneurs will be submitted to member Governments through the Commonwealth Secretariat.

The key highlights of the event include pre and post event business meetings with Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) member companies and Young Indians (Yi) members, field visits to companies to explore global best practices across different sectors

Mr Narayan Jaisingh, Chair – Mumbai Chapter of Young Indians said: “The summit will provide abundant networking and business opportunities in a format that will be informative and dynamic. Moreover, India is such an exciting place to be in and learn from…”

For details visit the website at www.caayesummit.com / www.caaye.com

Photo : Ms Katherine Ellis, Director-Youth Affairs, Commonwealth Secretariat London launching the official CAAYE Summit website and formally opened registrations for the Summit.

Photo Caption:

Dr Rahul Mirchandani Founder President – Commonwealth-Asia Alliance of Young Entrepreneurs & Past National Chairman CII’s Young Indians
Mr Jose Maurel, Director, Special Advisory Services Division, Commonwealth Secretariat London,
Mr Aminul Islam Khan, Programme Manager, CYP Asia Centre
Mr Narayan Jaisingh, Chair – CII’s Young Indians – Mumbai Chapter

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