Naveen Tewari, Founder and CEO of India’s first unicorn, InMobi, talks about entrepreneurship, cricket, and dealing with rejection

Direction: Shivani Muthanna | Cinematography: Rukmangada Raja | Edit: Anjali V

15th May 2019
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Our very first Maverick is a cricket fanatic who grew up playing gully cricket and first started up from a gully in suburban Mumbai, hoping to build a massive company that could be put on the world map.

His infectious positivity and boyish charms could easily bowl you over. Today he’s at the helm of a global provider of enterprise platforms for marketers.

 

Founded in 2007 - Naveen Tewari, Co – founder and CEO of InMobi went on to set up India’s first homegrown unicorn that has a multinational presence with a global user base of 1.8 billion. From disrupting advertising on mobile devices to capturing screen zero with their latest product Glance, InMobi has emerged as a major force in the space of marketing, media and software, across the world.

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