IIMU Incubation Center launches second edition of its Pre-Incubation Program

IIMU Incubation Center invites early-stage ventures, students and working professionals with an innovative idea to apply

  • IIM Udaipur Incubation Center launched Pre-Incubation Program 2021
  • Early-stage ventures, students and working professionals can apply till August 26th, 2021
  • The program is open to 30 eligible participants

Udaipur: Indian Institute of Management Udaipur Incubation Center opened registrations for its second cohort of the Pre-Incubation Program for early-stage ventures, students and working professionals with product ideas. The program is open to 30 eligible participants and will run from September 1st, 2021till November 2021.

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought a surge in entrepreneurship, and led to new opportunities by creating fertile ecosystem. In such boom, the Pre-Incubation Program has been launched to aid new ideas to become successful products in the market. The program will host live curated workshops,structured modules, offerincubation team support, and provide a learning community with felicitation in the end of program.

Launching the cohort-2, Mr. Kannan Soundararajan, CEO, IIMUIC said, “With the success of our first cohort of the Pre-Incubation Program, IIMUIC has returned with the second edition of the most dynamic and rapid Pre Incubation program, wherein we aim to support ambitious and innovative entrepreneurs by enabling them to transform their ideas into a minimum viable product. The 10-week disciplined-based entrepreneurship program divided into 8 business modules will helpthe participants go from business idea to a functional prototype in a short period of time.”

The modules will help participants to understand target customers and their problems, design prototype and define business model, understanding pricing and building financial plan and learning on finding investment and launching product in the market.


  • Co-founders of Idea or Early-Stage Venture
  • Students and Working professionals with Startup Aspirations or Product Ideas

Program Timeline:

Important Stages Dates
Registration starts 26th July, 2021
Last date for application 26th August, 2021
Program commencement 1st September, 2021
Graduation day November, 2021

For more information and updates, visit:www.iimuic.org/pre-incubation

About IIM Udaipur: –

IIM Udaipur is well on its way to becoming a globally recognized B-School. It has broken new ground by focusing on world-class research and transforming students into tomorrow’s managers and leaders. The Institute arrived on the global education stage by securing accreditation from the AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) in merely eight years of its establishment. With this accreditation, IIM Udaipur is counted in the same league of global institutes such as Harvard Business School, Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, and the MIT Sloan School. IIMU has been listed on the Financial Times (FT) Global MIM Ranking 2020 as well as the QS Global MIM Ranking 2020, only the 4th IIM, along with IIMs Ahmedabad, Calcutta, and Bangalore, to be in the FT Global MIM Ranking and only the 7th IIM in the QS 2021 Global MIM RankingsIn both Rankings, IIM Udaipur is the youngest B-School in the world! IIMU is also currently ranked 4th in India, after ISB, IIM Ahmd and IIM Bgl, for research in management according to the methodology used by UT Dallas, which tracks publications in the leading global journals.

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