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FUQUA INDIA Newsletter

Young Entrepreneurs Academy teaches entrepreneurship to 11-18 year olds.
We are proud to be in 6 cities with 750 alumni so far!

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YEA! students in media

Lavanya Iyer

Lavanya Iyer, a 14 year old student of Dhirubhai Ambani International School, Mumbai, has developed a robotic tool called Kynaid, that assists in the speedy recovery of patients and efficient physiotherapy management.

Anya Kotecha and Jiya Rathi

Anya Kotecha and Jiya Rathi, two 14 year olds from The Cathedral and John Connon School, Mumbai have launched subscription box service that lets you snack your way through 12 States.

Alumni Updates

Sachika Motani and Anika Taneja
The Shri Ram School, Delhi

After seeing Sachika and Anikas product in media, Ms Saheli Chatterjee from ITC connected with them to offer ITC products for this menstruation kit at cost along with opportunities to market to ITC audience.

Devarya Shah
Hill Spring International School, Mumbai

Devarya had won third prize for his business venture Cool Buddy which is a single use cold pack for injuries. He is all set to launch his second business venture, an online platform – MMDU- acronym for Mentor Me to my Dream University. The platform aims to ensure high school students between grades 8-12 get guidance and support they need to reach their dream university, by connecting them to mentors at top universities. These mentors work with aspiring students by guiding them through writing personal statements, college essays, and helping them find ways to showcase their academic strengths, extra-curricular interests, build better profiles. For further details, visit his website which launches on the 1st of June 2020.

Nimaye Garodia
Dhirubhai Ambani International School, Mumbai

RAISEit - A trendy chair that can grow with your child

Introducing 3 more colour schemes for our chair to further customise it for your child's liking.

To keep up with the latest updates, follow -

Instagram : @raiseit_chair
Website :

Mahir Halani
The Riverside School, Ahmedabad

Mahir won third prize for his venture Anybody can code. He is using the break to offer a one week course on the programming language, Python.

For registration visit link.

Covid Warrior

Karamjyot Singh Chawla
A YEA! Alum 2018,

Business Name: Project SKAR

Karamjyot along with his friends is providing protective face shields and masks to frontline workers during the COVID pandemic. Over 20,000 shields and masks been distributed over the last 4 weeks

To contribute, please visit -
Website :
Instagram :  @projectskar

Contact Number :
Calling :  +919892195555

WhatsApp :  +1(905)-782-0909

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