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We are a

Technology Business Incubator

FiiRE (Forum for Innovation Incubation Research & Entrepreneurship) is established with the support of the Department of Science & Technology, Government of India under the National Initiative for Developing and Harnessing Innovations. FiiRE is housed at the Don Bosco College of Engineering, Fatorda promoted by the Salesian Society, having an extensive reach in over 130 countries.

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Incubation

Structured incubation, Modern workspace, Prototype and testing labs, Networking , Community support.

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Acceleration

Fast tracking support for tourism based startups with introductions to government, industry and research bodies.

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Seed funding

Assistance and guidance to avail seed funding through various schemes of Government of India. Access to angel investors and venture capitalists. Advice and support towards seed fund due-diligence.

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Professional Team

FiiRE is powered by industry veterans who have mentored over hundred startups and assisted in setting up of over two thousand micro-enterprises in Goa over the last two decades.

D S PRASHANT

CEO

Thejus Joseph

Chief Operating Officer

Tushar Sawant

Enterprise Development Manager

Ashlesha de Noronha

Community Manager

Pramila Antao

Accounts Officer

Namdev Naik

Programme Manager

Henari Colaco

IT Technician
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Latest Blogs

Our blogs and articles reflect the needs and concerns of our startups and the ecosystem.

7 New Venture Strategies Improve The Odds Of Survival

7 New Venture Strategies Improve The Odds Of Survival

7 New Venture Strategies Improve The Odds Of Survival Entrepreneurship is frequently portrayed as a way to "be

8 Keys To Developing Exciting Business Relationships

8 Keys To Developing Exciting Business Relationships

8 Keys To Developing Exciting Business Relationships You can only go so far on your own, no matter

7 Ways Academic Connections Can Assist a New Venture

7 Ways Academic Connections Can Assist a New Venture

7 Ways Academic Connections Can Assist a New Venture Many entrepreneurs understand that devoting time and energy to

7 Essential Steps From A Lone Entrepreneur to a Successful Entrepreneur We must have heard this many times. It is lonely at the top. It isn't easy to succeed as an entrepreneur. An entrepreneur will have to establish strong business relationships with coworkers, investors, clients, and a myriad of other people. You should observe, listen, network and participate in the business world around you. As you realize, entrepreneurship is not about you alone. It is about making people contribute to your success. That is when you can scale Here are seven essential steps for a lone entrepreneur to run a successful business. Create a network and build it. These are folks at all levels who have been there and done that, which means they know something you don't. You don't need a thousand friends to make a difference, but a few genuine ones can go a long way. So network with people and build a robust support ecosystem. That ecosystem will help you scale fast. Give a lot and then take some. Give and take should be a two-sided one and not just about you. When you actively help people with what you know, they will be far more willing to assist you when you need it. In both physical and figurative terms, the more you give, the more you receive. Make improvements to your elevator pitch. You will be meeting so many people in your life. You have to, in the shortest possible time, convey the essence of your company. Prepare, Rehearse and be Swift in delivering the perfect pitch within a few seconds. You will never know when you will meet your prospects. So always be ready. Don't forget to attend any business social gatherings. Even with the current craze for social media, phone texting, and email, facetime remains crucial. According to studies, body language accounts for 50-90 percent of communication. That is usually the most critical aspect of the connection. Take a mentor. Build a two-way relationship with numerous persons who can assist you, and then ask one or more of them to serve as your mentor. Most entrepreneurs enjoy helping others and will be delighted to assist you. Existing relations should be nurtured. These are people who know and believe in you but who may not be able to assist you in your new activities immediately. But keep in mind that each of these people has a need and has a network. You can leverage that accordingly, and those people networks can become an extension of yours. Maintain existing connections. We've all met someone who claims to be a "close friend" yet never takes the initiative. They never call, never write, and always wait for you to initiate contact. There is no connection, only a former acquaintance if you do not follow up regularly with someone. Conclusion To conclude, it is essential that you network-wide and keep talking to people. It is also vital that you connect with many people, ideate with them, take their inputs, and help them. You will build a good network and a set of people who can help you scale faster.

7 Essential Steps From A Lone Entrepreneur to a Successful Entrepreneur

7 Essential Steps From A Lone Entrepreneur to a Successful Entrepreneur We must have heard this many times.

7 Easy ways to attract more customer

7 Easy ways to attract more customers

7 Easy ways to attract more customers: The biggest challenge for many small businesses is in attracting customers.