It was a fantastic event organization and first of its kind in Bangalore. I attended couple of presentations.

  1. DIY HackDay – Logistics and Lessons [Jay Fichialos]
  2. Web 2.0 Business Models [Sowmya Karmali]
  3. Social Entrepreneurship – Harinath Pudipeddi
  4. 25 VCs, 30 Hot StartUps, $100 Million at stake. http://www.Proto.in – Kiruba Shankar
  5. How Innovators Connect – Sharing Experiences of Leading Silicon Valley Innovators ( Rohit Agarwal )
  6. Evolution of cooperation – A Simulation [Sudarshan]
  1. Game development. Tech and art overview of Games projects at CodeWalla [Rakesh Raju]
  2. YourTube – Using open source software to create your own video sharing site – Pradeep B
  3. activ – the easiest way to manage your money – Akshat Choudhary

But I like only couple of them,

  1. 25 VCs, 30 Hot StartUps, $100 Million at stake. http://www.Proto.in – Kiruba Shankar
  2. Web 2.0 Business Models [Sowmya Karmali]
  3. How Innovators Connect – Sharing Experiences of Leading Silicon Valley Innovators ( Rohit Agarwal )

But all this camp, I have been silent spectator. I was assessing the level of intellect and directions.
I found that most of them are hardcore techie and still trying to make business sense of it.
I appreciate the effort but I feel to be an entrepreneur, they have to have more courage and originality of ideas.

I have done my one venture in Past with very good concept of “Social Entrepreneur”. Shop2Help.Org. Presently, this site is down as I am working on next venture.

Sweet Quest: Find myself in following snaps:

I guess… it is not tough to find me…. Distinguished Personality … ūüėČ