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  • Masters’ Union to bring learners and experts under one roof with its NCR Tech Meetup

    Published on April 2, 2021

    Gurugram: Masters’ Union, the tech-focused business school, is launching an NCR Tech Meetup at DLF Cyber Park at 3 PM on 7th April 2021 intending to bring together industry practitioners, young entrepreneurs, thought leaders, and learners on a common platform to discuss ideas, inventions, and possibilities in the space of technology.

    Geared to be a state-of-the-art technological symposium, the meetup will play host to a plenitude of events including panel discussions, hands-on workshops, stand-up comedy, and entertainment spread through the evening.

    The event is scheduled to begin with a keynote address on “The next 10 tech companies to watch”  from Alok Saraogi, Former Country Manager, Amazon Inc. This would be followed by a workshop on “Technology of Reality: Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality,” Slam Poetry on Touchscreen – The “Other” Perspective by Prashasti Singh- Cohort of ’21 and a panel discussion on “Top tech domains to focus on in 2021” by Naveen Munjal (MD, Hero Electric Vehicles), Vinod Sood (MD, Hughes Systique Corporation) and Ankit Prasad (Founder & CEO, Bobble AI).

    The event also includes a standup gig by stand-up artist Ashwin Prasad followed by a musical performance by Crescendo. Additionally, the meetup provides a platform for networking and socializing over drinks and snacks.

    Rupesh Bisht – Chief Executive Officer – Masters’ Union said, “We’re excited about this event that is going to bring industry practitioners, young entrepreneurs, thought leaders, and learners under one roof. Our sheer intention is to spread knowledge about technology by engaging in intellectual discussions with experts from various fields. A host of other gigs are also lined up to make it an insightful and joyful evening. I really look forward to active participation so that we can positively affect maximum people and there is utmost utilization of the resources we have gathered to make this event a success.”