Entrepreneurs Hub and Consultation Centre begins ideating


Gangtok, 02 May:

Entrepreneurs Hub and Consultation Centre organized a session on entrepreneurship ‘Ideation Sikkim’ at Samman Bhawan in Gangtok on 01 May, a press release informs.

The session was attended by the students of Sikkim Government College, Tadong particularly of Commerce and Economics Department along with faculty members.

Coordinated by researcher and Co-Founder of Sikkim Chronicle, Yougan Tamang the session was addressed by Founder, Fidgety Fingers, Devika Gurung, and Founder, NE Taxi, Rewaj Chettri.

Ms Gurung highlighted various aspects of entrepreneurship in the state. She stressed on the differences between business and entrepreneurship. She further highlighted on how one can realize a dream and passion of turning to entrepreneurship and create avenues for self-reliance and employment opportunities for others. She also spoke on how one can use traditional knowledge and crafts and create an enterprise.

Rewaj Chettri, the honoree of Forbes 30 under 30 Asia list enlightened the students on how Sikkim is proving to be a land of opportunities for young entrepreneurs. He highlighted on how the Entrepreneurs Hub and Consultation Centre is an initiative taken by the Government to help and guide young entrepreneurs in the state. He further talked about creating an entrepreneurship ecosystem in Sikkim and working together to grow entrepreneurship environment in the State. He also shared about his entrepreneurship journey as a motivation and encouragement to the students.

Yougan Tamang spoke on how the Government is serious about entrepreneurship in the State. He further stressed on inculcating the ideas of being an entrepreneur and create employment opportunities not just for oneself but for many in the state. He also stressed on Chief Minister Startup Scheme and how the scheme has been initiated with the prime motive to help entrepreneurs in the state. He stressed on how young people should explore entrepreneurship and not just limit oneself to Government jobs, reads the release.