CENTRE FOR ENTREPRENEURIAL PERFORMANCE
“Entrepreneurship is about turning what excites you in life into
capital so that you can do more of it and move forward with it.”
Sir Richard Branson
Entrepreneurship is one of the most important inputs in the economic development of any country. Entrepreneurs act as a trigger to give a spark to economic activities and play a pivotal role in the development of the various sectors of a country. An entrepreneur can be considered as a person who has the motivation and execution skills to set up a business or an enterprise of his own and always strive for high performance and achievements. An entrepreneur is a catalyst for social change.
The AIMSMET CEP helps entrepreneurs to evaluate their business ideas so that they can translate it into a sustainable business. The program also addresses the challenges brought about by “V.U.C.A” and the need to minimize and mitigate risks. Financing and sourcing different types of finance are central themes. The objective is to create a win-win situation for both entrepreneurs and investors.
AIMSMET CEP Global Classroom
Achieving high performance and business sustainability requires entrepreneurs to learn, unlearn, and relearn about the changing global business landscape. Here the Global Classroom taking learners to experience learning across the globe in Oxford, Canterbury, and London in the United Kingdom; Finland, Germany, and Spain in Europe; Beijing, Shanghai and Si Chuan in China; merging the BEST of East & West innovations and cross-fertilization of business ideas and or opportunities.
AIMSMET CELL ACHIEVERS
To date, more than 2,000 learners of AIMSMET CEP are continuously sharing their learning experience and business networking in countries such as Saudi, Arabia, China, the United Kingdom, and the United State of America. Some 1,000 have graduated with MBAs and International Executive MBAs and Executive Master in Management.
“On my own, I will just create, if it works, it works,
and if it doesn’t, I’ll create something else.
I don’t have any limitations on what I think
I could do or be.”