More than a dozen social entrepreneurs throughout the world, including five with ties to India, will pitch their business plans to a roomful of investors during the 2016 Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship’s Global Social Benefit Institute Investor Showcase at Santa Clara University in Santa Clara, Calif.
The showcase comes six months after the 15 social entrepreneurs — ranging from countries including India, Egypt, Kenya, Mexico, Myanmar and Rwanda — began working individually with Silicon Valley executive mentors to hone their business plans.
The five companies looking to tackle issues in India include Awaaz.De, CareNx Innovations Pvt. Ltd., engageSPARK, Noora Health and Pollinate Energy.
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