Webinar: A Fireside Chat With Kunal Shah

Webinar: A Fireside Chat With Kunal Shah

 

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About The Event

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“Ambition alone doesn’t work. Missions do.” Kunal Shah, Founder and Chairman of FreeCharge means every word of this, his personal mantra. In 2010, when most start-ups were giving an Indian twist to what worked in the West, Kunal backed his own disruptive idea and came out a winner. Building a product and a business around it from scratch has been a life-changing experience for Kunal.

It can be an inspirational session for you too, listening to how he beat so many odds to create his online mobile recharge platform, FreeCharge. You may be following his wit and wisdom on social media, where he shares his thoughts on Indian startups and business models in his characteristic style. Now don’t miss this unique opportunity to hear him speak about his struggles and triumphs and what it means to a young entrepreneur.

Join us as Prof. Pinkesh Shah, Co-Founder of the Institute of Product Leadership, engages Kunal Shah, CEO of Freecharge in a fireside chat in our Webinar series that connects you with movers and shakers from the industry.

Listen in as Kunal shares his story, ask him your burning questions, and bring clarity to your own thoughts about your career journey!
Key Takeaways
  • Insights into brand building, team building, business strategy, marketing and staying in the game!
  •  Challenges in the journey of an entrepreneur.
  • What qualities separate the winners from the rest.
  • The world-view of an angel investor.
Who Should Attend

Product Owners, Product Managers, Marketers, Entrepreneurs, and anyone who doesn’t want to miss a chance to be inspired and educated by a true Indian innovator and business strategist.

About the Faculty
Kunal Shah, Founder and Chairman of FreeCharge

Kunal Shah, 37, is a much-feted entrepreneur, angel investor and business leader. He was recently awarded the “Comeback Kid of the Year” award in ET’s Startup Awards 2016. He co-founded Freecharge, an online mobile recharge platform in 2010. He sold it to Snapdeal for $400 million in 2015, and remains at the helm of the company.