Namita Thapar, Mayank Jalan and Sagar Daryani discuss how new age businesses run and what it takes to be the next Unicorn
The Young Indians (YI), Kolkata Chapter, The Youth Wing of CII (Confederation of Indian Industry) through their national conclave DBM (Dream, Believe, Magic!) hosted an exclusive session ‘The Next Unicorns’ with eminent business leaders from various fields on 29th April, 2022 at JW Marriott, Kolkata. The session included speakers like Namita Thapar, ED, Emcure Pharmaceuticals and Judge, Shark Tank India, Mayank Jalan, Chairman and MD, Keventer Agro Limited and Sagar Daryani, CEO and Co-Founder, Wow Momo.
India has seen businesses flourish, ideas emerge and the world around us change drastically in the last 5 years. While a few years ago Unicorn was just another term, today it is the 5 year target for every start-up in India. The speakers touched upon the topic of how these new age businesses run and what it takes to be the next Unicorn.
Vaibhav Soni, Chair, Young Indians (YI), Kolkata Chapter says, ‘The members of the organisation Young Indians are full of energy and have the zeal to do more. We have amongst us many who have startups, many who have ideas and many Yuva students who aspire to be India’s next Unicorn. The idea of this event was to motivate our members to strive for their ambition and reach greater heights.’
Young Indians (Yi), which was formed in the year 2002, is an integral part and a strategic partner of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), operating with an objective of creating a platform for young Indians to realize the dream of a developed nation. Young Indians (YI), Kolkata Chapter is Spread across 57 chapters in the country, YI works towards the development of a better India through thousands of impactful projects and activities divided primarily into three areas; Youth Leadership, Nation Building and Thought Leadership.
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