Anjali Gupta has founded startups in E-commerce, Translation, and Language technologies. She has been featured by DEMO, Entrepreneur, CNBC, and India Today. She has an MBA from Wharton, and has earlier worked at Amazon.com and Persistent. Anjali loves exploring ideas that create new markets or tap consumer behavior. She lives in Bangalore, and can be reached via her blog anjaligupta.com or on twitter: @anjaligupta
SugataMitra has argued and demonstrated at TED that for a certain age group (8 to 12 years), Self Organised Learning Groups (SOLEs) do work. Students teach themselves how to use technology and the World Wide Web to find the answer. So learning becomes a by-product of a treasure hunt, where the teacher's 'sole' job is to frame the big question, and gently encourage students as they hunt for an answer. School in the Cloud is a disruptive approach, and if it works at scale, it may hold the answer to affordable high school education.
17th Apr 2013 · 6 min read
We've had over three weeks of daily workshops at GSF-Bangalore on topics ranging from customer acquisition, minimal viable product, all the way to high performance teams and term-sheets. Every founder here has met at least 50 mentors so the experience has been interaction-heavy to say the least.
20th Nov 2012 · 3 min read