Why Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship has the power to change mindsets, change lives and change the world.



Globally, 71 million youth are unemployed. However, the problem of unemployment is not really created by the unemployed themselves! The current economic system ignores the existence of the natural alternative of entrepreneurship as a career choice.



Thus, the solution lies in turning global unemployment into universal entrepreneurship. Achieving this would not only unleash human creativity, talent and productivity but also create skilled workers with an entrepreneurial mindset.

What does exposure to entrepreneurship do?

1. Creates opportunity

1. Creates opportunity

In today’s world, people are always looking for better, efficient and convenient solutions to their problems. Entrepreneurship open’s one mind to see these problems as opportunities and helps think of best solutions.

2. Releases creativity

2. Releases creativity

Entrepreneurship creates room for exploration and experimentation, enhances the ability to “think outside the box” and nurtures unconventional talents.

3. Community Development

3. Community Development

By encouraging students to become doers, makers and cutting-edge thinkers, entrepreneurship enables them to strive for a similar goal and empower their communities.

Nurturepreneurs aims to solve this by equipping young people to be self-starters and by spreading entrepreneurship to accelerate growth.

Leaders Speak

“Entrepreneurship is about creating change, not just creating companies. The world needs your creativity, your energy and your vision.”

Mark Zuckerberg

“Entrepreneurship is a skill and if you can execute, you will win. If you live, breathe and sleep entrepreneurship, and you have shown some ability and talent before the age of 18, you should really consider all your opportunities.”

Gary Vaynerchuk

“The power to think differently and ahead of the times for the betterment of mankind is what sets entrepreneurs apart. I see that power in India’s young generation today. I see 800 million potential entrepreneurs who can work towards making the world a better place.”

Narendra Modi

Prime Minister of India
“Every student should be equipped with the ability to become an entrepreneur when they see an opportunity and have the desire to start a business, at any point in their career.”

Kerry Healey

“Young people are never told that they are all born with two choices and that they can continue to have these two choices throughout their lives: they can be job seekers or job creators – entrepreneurs in their own right rather than relying on the favour of a job from other entrepreneurs. Our education system reflects this same economic theory.”

Muhammad Yunus

Social Entrepreneur