BENGALURU: Infurnia Technologies has announced the launch of Infurnia Technopreneurship Program. The program is aimed at students/professionals looking to create self-owned businesses on top of Infurnia, the world’s first cloud-native BIM architecture design software. “Unlike an internship or any kind of contract program, this is a liberal entrepreneurship program. As part of the program, we will identify high calibre tech-developers to develop Infurnia based plugins and apps. The plugins and apps will be owned by technopreneur and he/she will earn revenue right from the first day it goes live. Infurnia will guarantee a minimum monthly revenue of Rs 1 lakh from onset of the app or plugin.”, said Nikhil Kumar, CEO, Infurnia Technologies.
Infurnia Technologies, founded by Nikhil Kumar and Lovepreet Mann, had recently announced a $200k fund raise with the aim of building a full-featured cloud-native architecture design software and an ecosystem of supporting apps and plugins around it.
“This is a miniaturized form of entrepreneurship, where in the technopreneur can focus on developing the product, instead of addressing the bulk of the problems a startup deals with, like initial market research, product-market fit, initial clientele, branding, finding the right advisor, dealing with financial regulations, etc. At the same time, the technopreneur will own the IP, and can build their own business around it. Although 90% of business is likely to come through clients secured by Infurnia, technopreneurs have full freedom to market the app to their any potential client.” said Nikhil, while talking about the nature of the program.
Applications for the program are now open and applicants can go to https://www.infurnia.com/technopreneurship-program/ to apply.
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