#Beyond College

Purusoth Reddy | The arranger

Purusoth Reddy | The arranger

20 yrs, student of Computer Applications

Purusoth has learn’t to learn anything. Sourcing imported paper, getting laser cutout’s made, Autocad layouts, making a speech, setting up an Amazon store, videography for a training program, and more. He was one of the first partners to develop a finished physical product – The Tango – and improve it over multiple iterations. His product is already selling on Amazon, and he intends to create a marketing ecosystem around the concept of educational toys.

Anmol Khanapure| The analyser

Anmol Khanapure| The analyser

4th year, MIT Tech
Anmol gets to the bottom of things, no matter how complex the situation. From setting up a challenge-based coding workshop for children, to planning a tinkering zone for kids at a large scale event, to detailing out the next steps of her career, she has developed the ability to jump into a complex situation and take quick decisions.

Dhruv Chaudhari | The intellectual

Dhruv Chaudhari | The intellectual

19 yrs, Gap Year
Dhruv is driven by concepts and ideas. He has demonstrated the ability to go deep, bringing together technology, psychology and aesthetics to whatever he sets out to do. He had learn to create a campaign, run a selection process and recruit 33 of the most enterprising youth of the city as workshop takers at #karo2.0.

Dhruv Gupta | The Achiever

Dhruv Gupta | The Achiever

21 yrs, 3rd year, MIT Tech

Dhruv is hungry to take on responsibilities and is never afraid to stretch himself. He is able to grasp complex concepts like AGILE, Theory of constraints, and boil them down to practical application. A journey that began with building a life size catapult, a toy size catapult, and then re-imagining the catapult as a paint-a-pult, and later #karo, Dhruv has jumped into action at every stage of the fellowship. Dhruv and his partner are now designing an experiential career fair for school and college students.

Hussain Mala | The WOO-er

Hussain Mala | The WOO-er

20 yrs, 2nd year, Food Technology MIT
WOO stands for ‘winning others over’. Hussain’s genuineness, unassuming nature, and ability to share his stories with others is what makes him a master delegator. He is attempting to build his own healthy snack brand. After 6 months of trials, iterations, and testing, and having sold

more than 1200 packs, he is now ready to tie up with cafes and baristas to take Crunch to the next level.

Kajal Pandey | The ideator

Kajal Pandey | The ideator

19 yrs, 2nd year, Symbiosis Institute of Design
Kajal has this ability to dreaming up a fantasy world of creatures, shapes and colours, and then bringing that world into physical reality with paper, materials and textures. From creating the first catapult toy design to doing the entire branding for the #Karo 1.0, we have seen Kajal building teams around to effectively bring her visions to life.

Khushbu Jethwani | The positron

Khushbu Jethwani | The positron

22 yrs, MIT Engg., 2015-19
Khushbu has juggled final year of engineering, a food-based project at Enterprise, and the entire marketing campaign of #karo, with the calm and focus of a professional. Khushbu has delivered on researching a focused target group, understanding needs and building a language around them, and delegating and monitoring campaign execution with a team of designers and content writers.

Krishna Lohiya | The futuristic

Krishna Lohiya | The futuristic

22 yrs, CA student
Krishna takes everyday ideas and builds on them to create his own version of future possibilities. He and his partner at Enterprise have done this twice over – first attempting to create a life size physical reality version of a popular online game, and then putting together a one of a kind football league for football fans in the city. They have interacted with 100+ sports influencers in the city and built a unique positioning for their league.

Mishri Jain | The responsible

Mishri Jain | The responsible

21 yrs, 3rd year, Symbiosis Law School
‘How can I make a difference?’ Is the question that has led her to conceive and initiate projects to empower young children of our nation. Her NGO ‘Tutamentum’ trains school children in communication skills, and Mishri has used her fellowship journey to lay the foundation of systems, teamwork and content required to be able to scale up.

Prashant Gawade | The believer

Prashant Gawade | The believer

23 yrs, Recent graduate of B.E.(Civil)
Prashant dares to dream big. His burning passion for making India win the FIFA world-cup gave life to ‘TikiTaka’. He converted his obsession for online gaming into a viable business concept.

After 13 unsuccessful prototypes, multiples user research sessions, meeting industry experts, he and his partner are ready to launch their own football league.

Saiyam Ranka | The adaptable

Saiyam Ranka | The adaptable

18 yrs, 2nd year, BBA Symbiosis
Saiyam started his Enterprise journey in the first year of his college becoming the youngest Enterprise Partner. He has co-created RESTART, an experiential platform where he has engaged more than 600 people to restart doing something they have been wanting to do for a long time. Running a sales prospect pipeline, managing bulk SMS marketing, closing sales on phone, and putting together a sales pitch are just a few skills he has mastered.

Shasti Dembla | The harmoniser

Shasti Dembla | The harmoniser

23 yrs, Psychology Major, 2015-19
Having worked on two product based concepts at Enterprise – a board game, and a ‘baking subscription’ service, Shasti has explored several aspects of her own personality and abilities. She has realised that her silent and accepting nature is more of a strength than she could ever have imagined. She has bagged her first job as a ‘Linked-in’ marketing entirely executive based on her ‘personal brand’ story.

Zainab Pansare | The collaborator

Zainab Pansare | The collaborator

2nd year, BBA MIT
The flair with which Zainab can engage with others and lead them towards a shared purpose makes her a go-to person for any leadership role. She managed large groups of interns for two large scale events in the past 9 months. Inspired by this, Zainab has created a ‘student work platform’ to connect students interested in internships with local businesses.

Tanish Lulla | The maximiser

Tanish Lulla | The maximiser

3rd year, BBA MIT
Tanish has polished and harnessed himself in every aspect of business, from finance and accounting, to strategy and business modelling, project management, negotiation, venue management and event planning. Tanish’s ability to build relationships with people both half and triple his age has helped him crack important deals and build pillars of inspiration around him.

Vishwa Wani | The self-assured

Vishwa Wani | The self-assured

1st year, LLB MIT
She started her Enterprise journey with a determination to use every minute of her day productively and harness her ability to come up with new, bold ideas into a reality. She has exposed herself to sales, marketing and PR roles for profitable event based projects incubated at Enterprise.

Yash Thakur | The connector

Yash Thakur | The connector

3rd year, BBA (Mumbai)
He can walk to anyone and create a genuine connection. He has refined and used this ability to become the go-to person for execution, venue management, and public relationships for major city wide events. Yash travels every month from Mumbai to be a part of The Enterprise fellowship Programme.