Creating new markets and serving it at scale is no easy task. Predicting the future even harder. On this show, we speak with founders who have created products and services that defied the status quo while demonstrating the ability to predict future trends. How will the world look like by the end of the next decade? We find out, with host, seasoned journalist Shivam Srivastav.
Pilot - Shivam [ 01:30 ]
Introduction to the series.
Premanshu Singh (Insuring The Future ) - Shivam [ 1:08:15 ]
Premanshu Singh (Insuring The Future )
The way we buy goods has changed. The way we invest has changed. How does one sell insurance keeping in mind millennials/gen Z? We speak to Premanshu Singh CEO of Coverfox Insurance about the future of selling financial products.
Milind Padole (Manufacturing AI ) - Shivam [ 42:58 ]
Milind Padole (Manufacturing AI )
The Indian automobile industry employs 37 Mn people and its future hangs upon clean energy aided by automation. But before we build artificial intelligence in India, we need to up our ante on manufacturing itself, according to Milind Padole, Managing Director at Affordable Robotic.
Akash Dongre (The Next Billion Users) - Shivam [ 47:09 ]
Akash Dongre (The Next Billion Users)
India will be home to the next 500 Mn new internet users. But, these consumers will not interact with the internet the way it was done before. Internet and app discovery will mean the same thing according to Akash Dongre, Co-founder of Indus OS.
Amit Gupta (Transporting People Into The Future) - Shivam [ 44:48 ]
Amit Gupta (Transporting People Into The Future)
In this episode of The Next Ten Years, we talk to Amit Gupta, Co-Founder, and CEO of bike rental startup Yulu, (via a remote recording) about how he hopes to make electric vehicles synonymous with urban mobility in India.
Prateek Singhal (Cooling Agritech) - Shivam [ 44:19 ]
Prateek Singhal (Cooling Agritech)
India faces a critical problem of crops rotting due to insufficient storage and supply infrastructure between the farms and the market. Can the power of solar technology combined with the convenience of a rental economy be the answer to this problem?