Mumbai: In a bid to encourage innovation and startups among youngsters and entrepreneurs, the Rotaract District 3141, along with the Rotary club of Mumbai, Nariman Point, has organized a ‘Millennial Summit’, where successful youth will share their stories to inspire young minds. The event will take place at the Bombay Stock Exchange on 24 November.
The summit will host a panel who will share their stories to inspire young minds. The focus of the Rotaractors is to bring millennial leaders from a variety of fields – artists, authors, business leaders, entrepreneurs, tech developers and lawyers – on a single platform to promote ideas and solutions to the youth.
Kushal Bhuva, DRR of Rotaract District 3141, says he believes that millennials are the best guide for their fellow millennials. His aim with this event is to bring young and creative minds to Rotaractors that are between the age of 18-30.
Speakers on the panel of the Summit are:
Anto Philip, co-founder of ‘Under 25!’, a company that hosts a youth community primarily focused on engaging youth culture.
Harshwardhan Zala, the 17-year-old founder of Aerobotics7 and creator of the ‘EAGLE A7’ drone capable of detection and destruction of landmines in war fields.
Anandini Fernandes, a criminal litigation lawyer who also works part time with the International Cricket Council (ICC) as an anti-corruption manager and investigator. Fernandes also as runs her own charitable soup kitchen called ‘One Family Soup Kitchen’ serving 100 meals twice a month in Mumbai.
Farrhad Acidwala, founder of Rockstah Media and CYBERNETIV DIGITAL.
Deepa Unnikrishnan, a hip hop artist who writes on social evils and is a part of Mumbai’s underground hip hop movement. She was also a part of the movie ‘Gully Boy’.
Munaf Kapadia, an entrepreneur who quit Google and his online advertising career to pursue an F&B project to sell samosas with his mother called ‘The Bohri Kitchen.’
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