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'Hauslay ki Udaan': making of a successful entrepreneur under way on ABP reality show

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MUMBAI: Tune into ABP News for the second edition of India’s first startup reality TV show, Haywards 5000 ‘Hauslay Ki Udaan’- a unique platform created to support India’s growing startup ecosystem.

The show will showcase the nail-biting journey of aspiring entrepreneurs from small towns earning an opportunity to bring their innovative business ideas alive on national television. The winner of the show will win a seed funding of whopping Rs 10 crore (USD 1.5 million). Haywards 5000 Hauslay ki Udaan airs every Saturday between 01.30 – 2.00 p.m. up to 10 December, 2016.

With auditions held across the country in 10 cities and seven states, over 45,000 entries were put through a rigorous selection process before 2,000 participants were shortlisted. The innovative ideas that are part of this season range from online ’kabadiwalas’ (scrap/waste collectors) to rental branded shirts services and crowdsourced organic manure.

Haywards 5000 Hauslay Ki Udaan spokesperson Deepak Nath said, “In a country where startups are a huge asset, a number of ventures have not succeeded, due to the lack of resources and investment. The second edition aims to help these aspirants with the necessary funding and access to expertise and, consequently, also empower talent to turn dreams into reality. The audience watching the show will also get to live this journey with them through the show”.

Haywards 5000 also launched the Hausla Buland Academy in 2012 to provide online skills development courses and training through workshops and has reached out to over 100,000 people from different walks of life.

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