Qapitol QA is delighted to announce that our Co-Founder and Managing Director, Mohan Panguluri has been invited to become Fellow of Centre for Entrepreneurs, a respected thinktank in the United Kingdom.
The Centre for Entrepreneurs think tank promotes the role of entrepreneurs in creating economic growth and social well-being. It is home to national enterprise campaign, StartUp Britain which it took ownership over from its original founders and re-launched in Downing Street and Buckingham Palace with the Prime Minister and HRH Duke of York. The annual summer bus tours have mobilised over 800 entrepreneurs and experts to give free business advice to over 10,000 aspiring and early-stage entrepreneurs in more than 60 towns and cities across Britain.
The Centre has led a public debate on how to make Britain more entrepreneurial over the past three years. From championing migrant entrepreneurs and advocating support for ex-offender entrepreneurs, to uncovering how entrepreneurs are reviving declined seaside towns and shattering negative stereotypes affecting women entrepreneurs – among many other topics.
Mohan will be joining the CFE Founders, a fellowship of successful entrepreneurs who share its vision of an entrepreneurial Britain. The Club is curated by the Centre for Entrepreneurs to provide the insight and financial support to help the think tank deliver its mission – defending entrepreneurs and promoting the economic and social value of entrepreneurship.
He will be joining others in supporting the CFE with notable fellows including Lord Leigh, Caroline Theobald CBE, Dale Murray (award-winning angel investor), Duane Jackson (Founder, KashFlow), Joel Blake OBE, Lara Morgan (serial entrepreneur) and many more as seen here (https://centreforentrepreneurs.org/fellows/)
Welcoming Mohan to the Centre for Entrepreneurs Founders Club, its Director Matt Smith added:
“We are delighted to welcome Mohan as a Fellow of the Centre for Entrepreneurs and his international experience in setting up Qapitol QA as migrant entrepreneur and recently expanding it into the UK will provide valuable insights to our research and campaigns”
Commenting on the announcement he said:
“I am honoured to be invited to become a fellow of the Centre for Entrepreneurs, a prestigious think tank that produces some excellent research on areas close to my heart like migrant entrepreneurship. I look forward to being part of this unique community of entrepreneurs striving to create an Entrepreneurial Britain”
With Mohan’s support, the Centre for Entrepreneurs will be able to continue to identifying the cultural, technical and policy barriers holding back entrepreneurship and tackle them through high-impact research and campaigns.
It will help the think tank to deliver its mission to defend entrepreneurs and promote the economic and social value of entrepreneurship.
This recognition is another positive step for Mohan and the Qapitol QA team which expanded its operations from Bengaluru in India to Milton Keynes and Bournemouth in the United Kingdom.
To read more about the Centre for Entrepreneurs, its research reports and campaigns, visit www.centreforentrepreneurs.org