Be the next CEO programme


Wooplr, one of the start-ups with marquee investors, calls on aspiring entrepreneurs among Indian college students to join the hunt for Wooplr’s next CEO. A programme that is both a highly paid internship and an opportunity for students to witness what it is truly like to head a firm with the #CEOForAMonth challenge.

The winning student can get first-hand experience in making decisive choices, game-changing deals and cultivating positive synergy in a team, working directly with Wooplr’s CEO & its team.

The challenge that started on February 2, 2018, invites the youth of India to prove their mettle, showcase leadership abilities, adaptability, and creativity in a given task for highly prized internships as well as Rs 10 lakh in giveaways. The mega winner of this month-long challenge becomes Wooplr’s Student CEO for a month, working directly with Arjun Zacharia, a NIT Surathkal graduate, while other winners will receive paid internships as City Heads with Wooplr.

Who can participate?

The #CEOForAMonth challenge holds potential for enthusiastic college students with an entrepreneurial instinct, looking for their dream internship. Any student enrolled in a full-time college course, who is above the age of 17, is a resident of India and has a valid college ID, can participate in the competition.

What does it take?

Wooplr is building an easy way for everyone to start their online stores and envisions a day when it empowers a million such people. On Wooplr, students who know how to think on their feet and know how to leverage their social network can make money to fulfill any personal goal - from paying their college tuition to funding their next trip to Goa.

The rewards

The winner of #CEOForAMonth gets the opportunity to intern with Wooplr as its Student CEO with a stipend of Rs 1 lakh. Twenty other students will get the opportunity to intern with Wooplr as city heads. After setting up their stores, there are milestones that can fetch participants prizes ranging from a GoPro to a Trip to Amsterdam, from Wireless Headphones to gaming consoles — a total prize money of Rs 10 lakh.



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