The location in India – where we will stay
Risk to be challenged – in a safe, but different way from traditional innovation programs! Change how you see, see how you change. A mindset shifting, social intrapreneurial experience for leaders within companies!
Learn 24/7 about shared values, sustainable development and (social) innovation. Listen and practice it – test what you can achieve. By joining this program you do already the first step: This developmental experience is set up as a SOCIAL BUSINESS . The profit of InnovIndia is used to build school kitchens in the project area in South India (where we will stay) and to provide educational/professional courses for women and men in the rural areas.
We look forward to having you with us soon!
When: 02. Feb 2020 – 08. Feb 2020
Where: At the Karl Kübel facility in Coimbatore, South India organised by Karl Kübel Stiftung. The location is safe. You will enjoy an entirely local and authentic cuisine. We will enjoy a guest house and corresponding facilities which we can call our own for the week. However, we deliberately do NOT stay in 5 star luxury as the straightforward and basic nature of the accommodation is part of the experience.
Participants: Senior and leaders from international/national companies, max. 20 participants. Managers from Indian companies/Corporates are welcome, too (please ask for special offer).
Trainer: The development experience is content-wise organized and run by Manuela Pastore who is a highly experienced business manager with a deep knowledge of social entrepreneurship in business and Indian expert. She has led several developmental experience/ leadership weeks focusing on social entrepreneurship in South India. In her function as Making More Health leading manager at Boehringer Ingelheim she has spent several months in India, visited many development projects and interacted with many NGOs. She collaborates closely with start-ups and business leaders of international companies and has set up social entrepreneurial projects in the health area, mainly in India and Germany. Besides her ongoing work in this global initiative, she has many years of practice in international digital business and communications and as key speaker on national and international conferences. LinkedIn profile
We will invite a social entrepreneur to join us during the week. Here you can read more about the program.
Subscription: Due to organizational preparations the deadline for the 2020/February experience is 30 October 2019! Contact for more information.
Costs: 3,000 EUR . These costs cover
- transport from/to the airport in Coimbatore to the Karl Kübel facility
- safe accommodation during the week in a single room with personal shower and toilet in our own guesthouse for the week.
- rich breakfast, lunch and dinner during the entire week
- all field visits, interactions with local stakeholders and organisations/materials/transport during the experience
- all workshop/reflection training sessions
- project management and trainer presence during the week, even in the evenings
- Startup hub visit in Bangalore
Additionally, please calculate the visa and flight costs from your home country to Coimbatore and back. The flights to Coimbatore, South India are not part of the InnovIndia program, but can be booked via our travel operator Intercontact. The flight costs will depend on your home country/flight duration and your selected service class.
Tour operator: Intercontact, Germany. Intercontact will offer two “special” all-in-one packages
a) for German participants including flights from Frankfurt/Munich, visa service and program onsite as described: ca. 800 EUR.
b) for participants from other countries: individual travel package including flights and program for participants (as described above).
You are interested, but the next date is not possible?
In 2020, we plan a further week in November. Please feel free to contact us and to pre-register.
Please note: This program is – content and organizational-wise – an independent, cross-industrial leadership opportunity even it is supported by Making More Health/Boehringer Ingelheim and Ashoka, UNAIDS Innovation in Healthcare, Ahimsa Fund and our local partners in India.