Full Lineup Of Speakers Announced For The Coalition/2
19 February 2015
The Coalition is the brainchild of Only Much Louder and Do One Thing, and after a hugely successful first edition last year, the project is all set for chapter two. The team has just announced their first set of speakers for the event set to take place between 27 February and 1 March, at Buddh International Circuit in Delhi, NCR.
The set of speakers has been curated with the aim of providing young creative entrepreneurs the tools and assets necessary to get their ideas off the ground and into a more tangible realm. The intensive three day event will have young minds from all over the country interact with established creative heads who will share their stories and expert opinion through a series of workshops and discussions. TC/2 will also give its members the rare opportunities to pitch their ideas to investors, mentors and incubators.
Some of the prominent speakers that have been confirmed for TC/2 include Justin Bolognino - Creative Director at SFX Entertainment; Professors V. Adimurthy and Satish Dhawan- VSSC Senior Advisory (Interplanetary Missions), ISRO; Satya Raghavan- Head of Content Operations at YouTube India, Google; Tanmay Bhat & Gursimran Khamba from the hugely prolific comedy and satire group All India Bakchod; Anshoo Gupta - Founding Director at Goonj; Sameer Pitalwalla – CEO & Co-founder at Culture Machine and Sonal Bhatia who is the Head of Marketing at Koovs.com. It’s an impressive repertoire, to say the least, and one that any young businessperson would be lucky to be a part of.
The TC team has also announced details for a range of workshops releavant to their members in the present scenario, as well as a number of activities to help members and speakers unwind and interact with one another on a more informal level.
Those late to party are in luck. The Coalition has re-opened applications for a very brief window till 22 February (apply here, and we suggest you do). More information and details on the events are available on their website and you can follow The Coalition on Facebook for regular updates.