In the last six episodes of ‘My Neighbour Zuckerberg’, we took you through the exciting and thoughtful journey of six ordinary people with extraordinary entrepreneurial journeys.
The list included – Pratik Saraogi, co-founder and CEO of ActoFit wearables; Rohan Mangalorkar, whose venture called @Pack-a-pav serves unique pav-based dishes; Amit Thaker, co-founder of The Great Next; Satyajit Roy, founder and CEO of Mumbai-based EGK Foods Pvt. Ltd, Mulchand Dedhia, the founder of Meter Down and PhotoKonnect, and Ajay Adiseshann, the Founder and Managing Director of PayMate.
Those who have just joined in the show, My Neighbour Zuckerberg was launched in January 2017 by Mumbai-based Indus Vox Media. The idea is to celebrate the extraordinary journeys of ordinary people, who have turned into successful entrepreneurs.
The show will 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 seventh 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, Dr. Vaibhav Bagaria. An orthopedic surgeon by profession, he is also the founder of Timeless Innovation Labs (TIL) which integrates medicine with technology by getting medical images 3D printed.
Listen in as he explains the implications of working on 3D models before performing actual surgeries, how the idea of TIL came about gradually until they succeeded and how in the future we may be looking at 3D printing organs for human bodies.