In this informal chat at Pranil’s modest office, we spoke about how he identified the problem of English learning, his product that helps teach English to kids from Vernacular schools, his life after Ashoka Fellowship and his vision. A passionate entrepreneur and a humble person to say the least. Take a look.
In this Hangout I asked him about Design for extreme affordability as a design thinking philosophy, his transition from being an innovator to a successful social entrepreneur, personal experiences along the way and what is he up to next, now that he has stepped down from Embrace.
Chatting With Harshil Vora, The Brain Behind Kabaad Ka Jugaad, An Environmental Project Focused On Waste Upcycling
On the sidelines of Kabaad Mela, a competition for innovation in Waste Upcycling, I spoke to Harshil Vora. He wants to change the way we perceive waste and make us realize its immense commercial potential. Take a look.
In this 30 + minute hangout, Creatively Unsettled team asked Servane about Ogunte and how it helps women social entrepreneurs, her journey towards social entrepreneurship from a mainstream corporate career, her belief in Conscious Innovation and much more…
In this Live Hangout, I asked Raj about his role as Hult Prize India Director, emerging social entrepreneurial ideas in India, tried to understand his views on Capitalism 3.0, and learnt about Sociocross, a platform for ideas that have the vision to bring about positive impact, he co-founded and much more..
I had a free-wheeling chat with Ulrike Reinhard, a native German who has been staying in rural Madhya Pradesh for last 2 years where she runs a social transformation project called ‘Janwaar Castle’. In this 30 minute interaction I try to uncover her fascinating story and much more.
Stories have successfully cemented the gap between the brand and the audience which has troubled marketers for long. Andrew Linderman is here to tell us how social good brands can utilize the power of storytelling to communicate their vision and cause.
With the problem of housing turning grave for the BOP community in urban areas, Chototel is like a ray of light in the gloomy sky. As this super budget hotel is all set to open doors to their first customers, we try to get to know more about this project from CEO, Rhea Silva.
While impact investing is very common in the west due to the popularity of social entrepreneurship, in India, it is still very niche. Social entrepreneurs often time find themselves looking at a hazy picture while pitching to investors. Know more about Impact Investing with Rwitwika Bhattacharya.
Social enterprises depend on their peers and friends for being a part of their social good brand and shoulder functional responsibilities. But most of the times, not all are qualified enough to execute the challenges that the job poses. Unlike, MNCs and Government organizations, social enterprises neither have the money or the fringe benefits to entice prospective employees to join their organization. Join me with Victoria Lynden, Founder of Kohana Coffee to learn more about Employer Branding practices for Social Enterprises.