Meet India’s top content creators at TechSparks 2021

This year at TechSparks 2021, slated to be held from October 25 to 30, hear from some of the best Indian content creators on their take on this growing trend in India.
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Good Morning,

In these times of the “hustle or die” culture, everyone with a smartphone is a creator.

From streamers on YouTube and other platforms, producers and content creators on OTT platforms, and influencers on Instagram to Snapchatters, tastemakers on short video apps, video producers, and bloggers —  India’s content creator guild is creating tidal waves everywhere. 

Content creators are leading not just conversations around up and coming brands and home businesses but also around issues that concern their demographic, including LGBTQIA+ rights, equal employment opportunities, body positivity, financial independence, etc. —  topics that millennials are most passionate about.

This year at TechSparks 2021, slated to be held from October 25 to 30, hear from some of the best Indian content creators on their take on this growing trend in India, including:

  • Chef Sanjyot Keer, Founder of Your Food Lab
  • Focused Indian aka Karan Sonawane
  • Abhiraj Rajadhyaksha and Niyati Mavinkurve aka Abhi&Niyu
  • Vishakha Fulsunge aka RiderGirl Vishakha
  • Standup comedian Aanchal Agrawal
  • Neha Nagar, Founder of Taxation Help
  • Shraddha Gurung aka LilMissGurung
  • Tarini Shah
  • Niharika NM
  • BeYouNick aka Nikung Lotia

And many more…

Join us to be a part of an immersive, inspiring, and unique experience with startup awards, product launches, policy discussions, and masterclasses. You can sign up for updates on TechSparks 2021 or express your interest in partnerships and speaker opportunities here.

Check out the TechSparks 2021 calendar for the line-up of action-packed sessions.


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Before you go, stay inspired with… 

Nikunj Lotia also known as Be You Nick

“I travel. I listen to people. I look around for inspiration. I just talk to a lot of people. Everybody has their own stories. I have my own stories. My life is way funnier than the content that I make, and that’s why people can relate to it.” 

Nikunj Lotia aka Be YouNick, YouTuber


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