Enterprise & Human Development

Fostering a Culture of Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Fostering a Culture of Innovation & Entrepreneurship

We believe in developing a culture of entrepreneurship that empowers and rewards individuals working for realizing their dreams and ideas. We are partnering with universities, government and private incubators/accelerators to build their capacity to evolve an ecosystem driven by an entrepreneurial spirit, especially among the youth and women. Our work includes the following:

  • Establishment of Incubators
  • Business Incubation Management
  • Business Plan Competitions
  • Pre-Incubation, Incubation and Acceleration


Workshops for Aspiring & Existing Entrepreneurs

We offer specialized workshops and trainings for startups at various stages in their journey, including pre-incubation, incubation and acceleration. Following is a select list of our trainings:

  • An Introduction to Entrepreneurship & Innovation
  • Ideation Workshop
  • Lean Canvas Methodology Workshop
  • Value Proposition Mapping
  • Customer Research and Customer Validation Workshop
  • Design Thinking
  • Prototyping
  • Strategic Planning
  • Creating and Cultivating Relationships
  • Marketing and Sales
  • Digital Marketing
  • Business Development
  • Financial Management
  • Art of Pitching

Specialized Labs for Entrepreneurs


Our firm belief in the power of innovation and entrepreneurship as a driving force has led us to partner with Uncharted (previously Unreasonable Institute, Colorado) to launch international impact acceleration programs.
Business Model Validation Lab: This comprehensive, time-tested program provides early-stage entrepreneurs with a step-by-step methodology to rapidly and systematically validate their venture’s business model. Entrepreneurs:
  • Identify the foundational assumptions that underpin their venture
  • Design and run experiments to validate/invalidate those foundational assumptions
  • Meet with mentors to get feedback and develop next steps
By the end of the Lab, entrepreneurs would have:
  • Learned a repeatable methodology for how to do customer discovery
  • Built 2-3 prototypes of a key element of their venture
  • Tested prototypes with real customers
  • Learned how to build and maintain mentor relationships
  • Met and received feedback from 2 to 3 mentors per team
  • Conducted a break-even analysis of their business and identified the key cost and financial assumptions of their business
  • Built out a basic budget and financial model
  • Created a 6-month operating plan
Investment Preparedness Lab: A comprehensive program in partnership with Uncharted, a U.S. institute based out of Colorado, U.S. which helps growth-stage entrepreneurs become more prepared to raise funding. Entrepreneurs will:
  • Understand the steps of the investment process and what is needed, in order to be prepared at each step
  • Diagnose where a venture is in preparedness for those steps, build a full plan for how to get ready, and actively work to get more prepared
  • Meet with actual funders to get feedback and practice building investor interest
By the end of the Lab, entrepreneurs will have something to show for their work. They will have:
  • Learned what the fundraising process looks like from start to finish and the elements needed to succeed in raising funding
  • Diagnosed how prepared (or unprepared) they are on these various elements of funding preparedness, giving them a snapshot of where they are
  • Actively worked on various elements to become more prepared to raise funding (for example: develop their financials, write a strategic plan, clarify their funding ask, develop their pitch materials)
  • Created a list of at least 30 potential funders and learned quick research and outreach techniques to find and connect with even more funders when they leave
  • Learned a methodology for how to build strong relationships with funders – relationships that get stronger over time which will help make their funding case stronger
  • Completed funding readiness “reality checks” with 2 – 3 real funders and received real and honest feedback on their investment preparedness
  • Designed a strategic plan to become funding ready and identified the tools to get there
  • Drastically increased their confidence level about leading an investor meeting which will lead to far more productive meetings with future potential funders

Skills Development Workshops

In an increasingly complex and competitive world, it has become even more crucial to invest in our greatest resource—our people. In order to prepare a workforce of the future, Epiphany offers a range of skills development workshops targeting students, professionals and/or organizations.
  • Self –Development & Grooming
  • CV/resume building
  • Career Counseling
  • Interviewing Skills
  • Confidence Building
  • Interpersonal Skills Development
  • Making Winning Presentations
  • Art of Storytelling
  • Art of Negotiation
  • Effective Communication (styles and skills)
  • Personal Branding Workshop
  • Understanding and Developing Emotional Intelligence
  • Team Building (Improving Communication with Staff Members)
  • Building a Culture of Empathy and Compassion
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Managing Our Behaviors (Assertive Training)
  • Handling Criticism
  • Working in Multicultural Environments
  • Gender Sensitivity at the Workplace
  • Handling Harassment at the Workplace
  • Achieving Work-Life Balance
  • Importance of Ethics and Values
  • Intrapreneurship & Innovation
  • Measuring Progress – An Introduction to Result-Based Management
  • Grants Writing Workshop