Aman Singh Gujral
Aman's idea is that it is important to bring analog back into a digital word that has made intrinsically human things like art and music digital. Aman quit his job as an accountant to enter the unheard-of industry of music cafes, and his venture Adagio has been tremendously successful. 'Chalo Khelte Hai' is a motto derived from various experiences Aman received while envisaging and founding Adagio that proved to him (quite convincingly) that it is important to have fun while doing things you love, rather than 'work' for them, which is often connotated with stress and low morale.
Founder, Anshuka Yoga
Anshuka is an ex-pilot who had an accident and was able to recover by consistently performing yoga and breathing exercises. Her idea focuses on the use of yoga and breathing techniques to speed up the healing process.
Founder and CEO, Mark Your Presence
Chaitanya encourages the youth to vote and do something about our nation. Chaitanya's idea talks about unity, being aware and contributing to the well being of our nation through voting given that most of us will be reaching the legal age of voting soon. He exemplifies the ideals of daring to do, daring to take a risk and daring to contribute through voting, voicing and vowing our truth and our vision for our country’s benefit.
Head, Intelligent Edge Devices, Microsoft
Intelligent Edge Devices are a set of tools from Microsoft that connect to form an ‘Intelligent Cloud’. They are intended to revolutionize the world of business. Charmaine's talk will be centered around inclusivity and the importance of representation at the workplace or corporate setting using artificial intelligence. Furthermore, she will emphasize the use of technology in helping the differently-abled and how we can make a difference in their lives. Additionally, Charmaine will discuss a product that has illustrated technological advances in this field: a pair of glasses that describe the surroundings of the blind.
Director, Association of Indian Football Coaches
Dinesh Nair is an ex-national team footballer, part of Mumbai City FC coaching staff, and a trustee of the Andheri Sports Complex, Mumbai. He works on supporting football at the grassroots level and aims to take the audience through his journey by expressing the importance of teamwork, dedication, and discipline. He will emphasize on the significance of accepting the current situation and daring to think outside the box in order to achieve something phenomenal. This talk will not only provide a glimpse into the hardships of life in sports but will also provide an insightful view of how to overcome obstacles to stand tall even after multiple failures.
Founder, Scalez Media
Karan is 17 years old and founded ScalezMedia a few years ago, which is a marketing agency that helps businesses devise social media marketing strategy and construct sales funnels. Karan will speak about his experience as a teenager in a world of adults. His idea is ‘why you don’t need a degree to run a successful business’.
Founder, Humans of Bombay
Karishma is the founder of Humans of Bombay, a photography blog narrating unique stories of local Mumbaikars while shedding light on local issues. These are normally interview-based, and very popular all around India. Karishma's talk will focus on the issues that affect society - especially in her locality.
Founder, Thrive Functional Nutrition
Thrive focuses on the idea of food as a tool to treat diseases. Mugdha's idea is 'How I dared to reinvent the current healthcare model to reverse the chronic disease epidemic.' Inspired to change her life for the better following a period of ill health, Mughda started exploring the functional nutritive powers of food - an approach that revolutionizes the nutrition industry.
Executive Vice President, Wadhwani Advantage
Samir has done tremendous research about the psychology of elected women representatives (EWRs) at the rural level in India. His talk is about psychologically fortified EWRs who embody and spread the notion of love and acceptance as they walk towards the path of progression for themselves, their villages and the country. His talk brings forth multiple obstacles that the EWRs face in order to successfully manage the governance of villages and probes the idea of setting up 'therapeutic communities' to foster the attributes that will significantly improve the performance of the EWRs.