The E-CELL Ethos

 

The work is shiz load, but the culture is dope. We put peoples' lives first, serve feedback hot, curiosity, demand competence, and have an awful lot of fun doing it. We believe in building something bigger than just another entrepreneurship cell: we're building a family.
BOTTOM LINE
Flexibility, open-door policies, and radical transparency mean working suck less.
OUR VALUES Entrepreneurs riding the tide. Leaders should be entrepreneurs. You will need the support of government, universities, investors, industry, professional service firms and the media, etc., but they should only take supporting roles. Holding onto the ground. The blueprint is simple; the execution however, is difficult – it requires courageous leaders who willingly place the interests of the community ahead of their own to make this happen. A Red Carpet to everyone. Do everything you can to involve, include and connect people. Avoid exclusivity and allow people and ideas to move freely within the community. If you create the right kind of porous, hyper-connected and unstructured community, it will become larger, stronger and more sustainable than any community that is based on exclusivity. Hop in for an endless coaster ride. To engage the entrepreneurs, stimulate connections among community members and maintain vibrancy of the ecosystem, you need to host value-creating activities that draw people together.
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The E-CELL Ethos
The work is shiz load, but the culture is dope. We put peoples' lives first, serve feedback hot, curiosity, demand competence, and have an awful lot of fun doing it. We believe in building something bigger than just another entrepreneurship cell: we're building a family.
BOTTOM LINE
Flexibility, open-door policies, and radical transparency mean working suck less.
OUR VALUES Entrepreneurs riding the tide. Leaders should be entrepreneurs. You will need the support of government, universities, investors, industry, professional service firms and the media, etc., but they should only take supporting roles. Holding onto the ground. The blueprint is simple; the execution however, is difficult – it requires courageous leaders who willingly place the interests of the community ahead of their own to make this happen. A Red Carpet to everyone. Do everything you can to involve, include and connect people. Avoid exclusivity and allow people and ideas to move freely within the community. If you create the right kind of porous, hyper-connected and unstructured community, it will become larger, stronger and more sustainable than any community that is based on exclusivity. Hop in for an endless coaster ride. To engage the entrepreneurs, stimulate connections among community members and maintain vibrancy of the ecosystem, you need to host value-creating activities that draw people together.
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