Mumbai: Watch out for these speakers at TEDx event

Aug 12, 2016, 08:50 IST | Hassan M Kamal

Jai Hind College returns as the venue for a new TEDx event featuring speakers across diverse backgrounds. Here’s whom to listen to

Kabir Jaiswal
Entrepreneur

Kabir Jaiswal

Winner of the Startup Street at VIT University, the 15-year-old has already patented his idea for the product, HEATCHAP, a charger that generates energy from the heat of your palm. Listen to the youngster as he shares his journey into ntrepreneurship.

Sandeep Thakur
Violinist

Sandeep Thakur

Having performed at prestigious venues including the Royal Albert Hall, London and The Esplanade, Singapore, and alongside artistes like AR Rahman, Sanjay Thakur is one of the leading violinists of the industry. He will share his journey over the years, from training in Western Classical music under the tutelage of his father to running his own YouTube channel, where he shares songs and covers for his listeners.

Mudit Yadav
Motivational Speaker

Mudit Yadav

Public speaking is an art, and that’s something motivational speaker, Mudit Yadav has proven time and again. The chartered accountant represented India in the ESU International Public Speaking and has empowered people across the world with his sessions. Yadav will share his experience in motivation, presentation skills and personality development at the event.

Nadia Vitari

Nadia Vitari

Social worker
Nadia Vitari has been working in the non-profit sector for years, and has been broadening her knowledge in art, social behaviours, foreign languages as well as attitudes. The Italian, who currently works with Ra Foundation, an Indian NGO taking care of unprivileged children, will share her experiences of working and dealing with a variety of situations, people, tastes and styles.

ON August 13, 9 am to 5 pm
AT Jai Hind College, A Road, Churchgate.
ENTRY Free (you are required to fill a form to book seats. Link available on their Facebook page)
LOG ON TO Facebook.com/events/589000774615357
EMAIL info@tedxjaihindcollege.com 

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