Ankit Nagori loves cricket with a passion but is just as zealous about integrating multiple health formats to help the fitness enthusiast. As Co-founder of Curefit, Ankit says it was always his goal to offer a multi-category health platform by giving a variety of options like food, fitness, physical and mental health. Given that they are in the business of fitness, Ankit has a huge culture of sports in his company.
Founder of Monrow Shoes, Veena Ashiya is a passionate shoemaker, building one of the fastest growing shoe brands in India. Fashion, food, and fitness are the fuel for her creative life, and she believes in executing her dreams. She speaks on her current state of mind, her heroes in real life, her most treasured possessions and much more.
Like most religions, Buddhism is about good tenets for good living. Obsessed as we are with entrepreneurship, we were curious to explore whether a Buddhist approach would help entrepreneurs build and implement logical, vision-aligned business models. The questions we can ask ourselves are: Can an entrepreneur embrace the Buddhist way of thinking to build a lasting enterprise? Is it possible to dovetail Buddhist framework into the ten building blocks of the business model itself?
Tanya Ghavri, stylist to the stars, believes your personal style speaks for you. Over the last few years, Tanya has built an impressive reputation for her work and is on the speed dial of many prominent celebrities. Her client portfolio also includes names like Kareena Kapoor Khan, Alia Bhatt, Freida Pinto, Nargis Fakhri, and Jacqueline Fernandez, among others. Besides styling the industry’s best-known fashionistas, Tanya has also employed her style skills to television, film, and commercials for several popular brands.
Before you see Zurich for what it is, it is best to throw some preconceived notions out of your mind. It may be the financial capital of Switzerland, home to one of the world’s biggest stock exchanges and big banks, but this bustling city is also a tourist delight in every sense. The best way to explore Zurich is to take the trams and trains whenever needed and then keep walking.