Supported by IRMA's incubator iSEED, PRM 38 participants Vinodh A and Surendran K have started an on-campus enterprise of fruit juice called "JOOZi", which runs six days a week.
The Incubator for Social Enterprises and Entrepreneurs for Development (iSEED) at IRMA was launched on August 22, 2016 through an international seminar on "Seeding Social Enterprise and Innovation in Universities".
iSEED works with early stage enterprises with a clear focus on rural and social enterprises.
With the financial support of iSEED the participants have been able to profitably run their stall. They are now in the process of handing over the functioning of stall to the PRM 39 students who will overlook the operations hereafter.
"JOOZi" represents the entrepreneurial spirit of the students of IRMA and how the Institute promotes and nurtures the same.