In the last five weeks, we made you travelled the inspirational journeys of five ordinary people who did extraordinary efforts to become successful.
Satyajit Roy, founder and CEO of Mumbai-based EGK Foods Pvt. Ltd; Mulchand Dedhia, the founder of Meter Down and PhotoKonnect; Ajay Adiseshann, the Founder and Managing Director of PayMate; Amit Thaker, co-founder of The Great Next; and Rohan Mangalorkar, founder of @Pack-a-pav – the list goes long at ‘My Neighbour Zuckerberg.’
To those who have just joined us, here is a brief about the show. In January 2017, Mumbai-based Indus Vox Media launched a new show titled ‘My Neighbour Zuckerberg’, to celebrate the extraordinary journeys of ordinary people, who have turned into successful entrepreneurs.
The show bring stories of adventure, struggle, creativity and tales of the underdog who battled dragons to take his ambitions to a logical conclusion. Not necessarily a million-dollar valuation, but something equally difficult, with a point of no regret.
In the ongoing series, we bring to you the sixth episode of the audio show, hosted by Munaf Kapadia, co-founder of The Bohri Kitchen and Nabeel Merchant, co-founder of Fixy. To the studio was invited, Pratik Saraogi, co-founder and CEO of ActoFit wearables, an Indian wearable tech startup with a developed wrist-wear and a complete software algorithm platform.
Listen to Pratik discuss about how the software and hardware have to complement each other in a venture like this, how they categorize their target audience, and how fitness tech can be of help to the fields of medicine and sports in the near future. Hit play to tune in.