He started trading at 17; a fund manager at 19; now he's a billionaire. Nikhil Kamath tells his story: Event.
Nikhil Kamath, India's Youngest New Billionaire
April 1st at 20:30 (ICT / UTC+7)
Nikhil Kamath - Co-Founder and Chief Investment Officer of:
Kamath - manages High Net Worth Individual portfolios in the public market space
Zerodha - India's top brokerage valued at USD 1 billion; 3 million orders daily, turning over USD 10 billion.
True Beacon - a global group of Ultra High Net Worth strategic investors
Event link: Draper Startup House Live
When: April 1st, 20:30 (ICT/ UTC+7)
1. Questions come from people who registered for the event.
2. Six questions asked LIVE to Nikhil Kamath
Moderator: Shashikiran Rao, Co-founder of Draper Startup House
About Draper Startup House
Draper Startup House is an expansion of Tim Draper global network: Draper Venture Network, Draper Associates, and Draper University. Draper Startup House is a network of spaces for entrepreneurs and digital nomads. The mission is to enable ONE MILLION entrepreneurs worldwide by 2030. Draper Startup House is now opening in dynamic cities worldwide.
About Draper Startup House Syndicate
DSH Ventures is a syndicate helping entrepreneurs get access to funding. Simply submit a pitch deck and get considered for 24 global funds. Investors are welcome to apply to join.
If you are interested to partner with Draper Startup House for pitch nights, contact: email@example.com.
Explore areas where Artificial Intelligence is being well-utilized - 17/11 at 23:00 (UTC+7)
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the ability of a digital computer to perform tasks commonly associated with intelligent beings, such as rational ability to reason, discover meaning, and learning from past experience.
AI has promised so much but is it delivering for everyone?
Big corporations have been leveraging AI to great benefit, but how can smaller companies and especially early-stage startups benefit from the AI revolution?
In this discussion, we'll explore areas where AI is being well-utilized with large financial returns—such as in fintech and health tech.
We will also look at how idea- and early-stage startups can integrate AI into their business canvas to bootstrap and grow more effectively.
GIST TechConnect: Utilizing Artificial Intelligence to Advance your Startup
17 November, 16:00 UTC (11:00 AM ET)
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the ability of a digital computer to perform tasks commonly associated with intelligent beings, such as rational ability to reason, discover meaning, and learning from past experience. AI has promised so much but is it delivering for everyone? Big corporations have been leveraging AI to great benefit, but how can smaller companies and especially early-stage startups benefit from the AI revolution? In this discussion, we'll explore areas where AI is being well-utilized to garner large returns—such as fintech and health tech. We will also look at how idea- and early-stage startups can integrate AI into their business canvas to bootstrap and grow more effectively.
Fraser Kitchell, Co-founder and CEO of KEF Robotics
Lakisha Hall, Director Transformation and Strategy, IBM
Vishal Kapur, Principal in Deloitte’s Strategy and Analytics practice
Ritchie Bavasso, Co-founder nQ Medical Inc
About GIST TechConnect
GIST TechConnects provides entrepreneurs around the world with direct access to leading U.S. experts from business and academia, but without the travel and other related costs. Young science and technology entrepreneurs can engage with experts and the larger GIST community to learn about best business practices and startup resources.
Send questions about GIST to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Watch past online programs here.
EduTECH Asia 2020 welcomes thousands of educators, policymakers, edtech partners, and educational leaders live online for four days of presentations, panel discussions, town-hall meetings and networking.
EduTECH Asia 2020 will take in Singapore on 11-12 November.
Discus, debate, and engage on the impact of technology on how, where, and what people teach.
The organizers are looking for startups across Asia to Exhibit @ EduTECH Asia
At the 2020 show they will select 70 of Asia’s most exciting edtech startups, especially young companies who will shape the future of education in Asia. Selected start-ups could be offered marketing and business development opportunities including:
The organizers are looking for speakers across Asia to "Spark Something" @ EduTECH Asia
The event is all about insights, tools and techniques with a wide ranging audience of educators, technology providers and policymakers in themes such as: New Pedagogies | Leadership | Professional Development | STEAM | IT Leaders Insights | School of the future | Tech in SEN | Tech in ECE | Tech in Admissions and marketing | Classroom of the future | Maker spaces | Collaborative Spaces | Classroom Tech | Personalized Learning | Emerging Tech | HE Leaders Insights | Campus of the future | Connected Campus | Tech in TVET | Emerging Technology | Digital Assessments | The MBA of the future | Active Learning Spaces | Entrepreneurship | Visual Arts | Music
28 February - Deadline for Spark Something (speaker) Submission
3 May – First Speakers Announced
[Note EduTech Asia 2020 is not the same as EdTech Asia Summit.]
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