Piyush Verma is one of the two winners of Forbes India 30 Under 30 award in the Social Entrepreneurship category.
The expert panel that selected the winners comprises Roopa Kudva (Partner and Managing Director, Omidyar Network India ), Geeta Goel (Country Director, Michael and Sussane Dell Foundation India) and Gayatri Vasudevan (LabourNet).
A team of passionate social entrepreneurs, volunteers, and MIT, Harvard alum led by MIT Tata Fellow Piyush Verma, has created a social enterprise in India that aims to empower underserved social innovators and entrepreneurs, especially from tier II cities of India.
A wearable device that senses if you're driving drowsy and alert you before it's too late. An impact accelerator that attempts to solve the deep-rooted problems of India. These are just a few of the ideas underpinning the startups in the Harvard i-lab's Venture Program.
Piyush Verma’s Manush Labs, an MIT-Harvard born startup that focuses on innovation in India and aims to empower the country’s underserved entrepreneurs has launched ‘Sustainability Accelerator’ - a 10-week intensive hands-on and collaborative program for early-stage social startups and SMEs.
Social Alpha has partnered with Manush Labs, an accelerator program to support AgriTech start-ups. If you are a start-up with a solution to India's food & agricultural challenges apply to Manush Labs Sustainability Accelerator 2020
The youth of India holds much-untapped potential, that when given the opportunity, can perform wonders. Manush Labs, a startup that focuses on innovation in India and aims to empower the country's underserved entrepreneurs has launched ' Sustainability Accelerator '