A 7 Day Getaway For Indian Entrepreneurs – Backwaters, Beers & Brainstorms

The creative startup scene in India is constantly reaching new heights with ideas and projects springing up all over the place. The problem is that these entrepreneurial minds have so few common meeting grounds but the Beachhouse Project aims to fix that. From the 20th to the 26th of March they want to provide a space for people to meet, connect and converse in a relaxed environment enabling them to grow their ideas and business collectively.

Set to take place in a beautiful villa in the backwaters of Kochi, this 7 day project will give a lucky set of creative entrepreneurs the chance to network and build their business while exploring the beauty of Keralan life and sampling the local cuisine. The project will create an exciting and intimate conversation space and they hope the scenic location will contribute to an inspiring and productive week.

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The list of attendees includes creative entrepreneurs and professionals from the realms of art, content, marketing, brands, fashion, photography, music and film. As with the first edition that took place in Goa last year, people will be attending from across the globe to put their varied backgrounds together in order to create a melange of fascinating conversation.

There will also be a chance for the residents to learn about art, culture & creative landscape of Kerala, from exploring the backwaters to visiting the famous Kochi Biennale, the Beachhouse Project knows that all work and no play will ruin anyone’s frame of mind. So if you’re an entrepreneur looking for a place to share ideas, build your knowledge, meet new people, soak up local culture and have productive conversations, all over a cold beer in the laid back beauty of a Kochi evening, The Beachhouse Project is the place for you.

Check out their website for the full story.

Featured Image Courtesy The Beachhouse Project

Words: Shireen Jamooji

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