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Don Bosco, Fatorda, Margao, Goa
We provide

The Solutions to Grow your Startup

Helping early stage startups become investable.

We are a

Technology Business Incubator

FiiRE (Forum for Innovation Incubation Research & Entrepreneurship) is established with the support of 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, part of a massive network having an extensive reach over 130 countries. Currently, in India the Don Bosco Society has established over 500 institutes dedicated towards growth & development of youth.

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Handholding and counselling during ideation stage, support in establishing proof of concept with mentoring and prototyping support and assistance in fund raising.

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Activities to create a sustainable entrepreneurial ecosystem in Goa including student entrepreneurship, rural enterprises and women led enterprises.

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Plug and play modern spaces with high speed internet, meeting rooms, conference room, auditorium, cafeteria, networking opportunities, recreational facilities and more.

General Questions

We Offer Products and Services For Startups

Let’s check some of the basic concepts.

  • Business incubation is a business support process that accelerates the successful development of start-up and fledgling companies by providing entrepreneurs with an array of targeted resources and services. These services are usually developed or orchestrated by incubator management and offered both in the business incubator and through its network of contacts. A business incubator’s main goal is to produce successful firms that will leave the program financially viable and freestanding.
  • Incubators provide qualifying new start-up businesses with a set of facilities — physical space, shared services, business and legal advice, and financial inputs – to facilitate their creation and assist them until “graduation”, when they have the capacity to “survive” in the outside competitive environment

An entity shall be considered as a Startup:

  • If it is incorporated as a private limited company (as defined in the Companies Act, 2013) or registered as a partnership firm (under section 59 of the Partnership Act, 1932) or a limited liability partnership (under the Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008) in India.
  • Up to ten years from the date of its incorporation/registration.
  • If its turnover for any of the financial years since incorporation/registration has not exceeded INR 100 Crore.
  • If it is working towards innovation, development or improvement of products or processes or services, or if it is a scalable business model with a high potential of employment generation or wealth creation.

Provided that any such entity formed by splitting up or reconstruction of a business already in existence shall not be considered a ‘Startup’.

The startup community uses the term to refer to the network of people, institutions, and resources needed to build startups. This ecosystem includes entrepreneurs from different backgrounds, skills, and levels of experience, as well as private investors, public and private funding institutions, large companies that create infrastructure, and universities.

The incubators effectively provide physical infrastructure, general resources such as administrative support, and access to resources. One can choose an incubator based on a number of factors like incubators sector of support, objectives, philosophy and based on a match between expectations of the startups and the offers of the incubator.It is also observed that incubators that has been managed by professionals are found to be more effective in offering counseling, external private financing, and networking services to incubated tenant firms.

Our Awesome

Pricing Plan

We are concerned about the needs of all startup entrepreneurs and have tailormade support for ideators, early stage startups, growth stage startups and mature startups.


Open to all


  • Accesss to FiiRE mentors
  • IP advisory
  • Company incorporation advisory
  • Problem statement validation
  • Access to training and workshops


Based on Selection


  • Specialised startup package
  • Access to all infrastructure
  • Prototyping support
  • Access to investors
  • Freebies and Tax benefits




  • Modern dedicated workspace
  • High speed internet
  • Meeting rooms and auditorium
  • Power backup
  • Access to college talent








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