AN INTIMATE EVENING OF
AN INTIMATE EVENING OF STORYTELLING AND LEARNING.
Let’s get real, let’s celebrate our failures! We’ve all f**ked up at some point. What’s important is that we begin to see f**kups as an opportunity to improve, to iterate and to evolve our ideas–because failure is only a pits-top on the road to success.
F**kup Nights is a casual meetup of entrepreneurs, creatives and thought leaders from a variety of industries, where successful speakers share what they’ve learned from a business or project failure that they personally experienced.
Let’s accept our failures, poke fun at them and grow together thanks to them! There is no more taboo, all questions are accepted!
And of course, as any other celebration, let’s enjoy refreshing drinks and delicious appetizers! (Appetizers unlimited from 6:30pm to 9:30pm + 2 free drinks sponsored by Little App for only Rs. 250)
To know more about what happen in F**kUp Nights, here are interesting links:
Aditya Surneni is the co-founder of Guardians Of Dreams, a social start-up that he started with 3 other friends in September 2016. Guardians of Dreams aims to provide the necessary care, resources & support for all children living in orphanages & street shelters in India, which enables them to achieve positive adult outcomes.
Prior to that, he worked as Director of Fundraising for a youth volunteer network for a span of 3.5 years. As part of the role he had designed pan India fundraising strategy for them and operationalised it across 23 cities in India.
He is one of the youngest and most successful crowd- funding and resource mobilisation specialists in the social sector in India.
Nikhil Velpanur, Creative Technologist
Nikhil Velpanur is on an ongoing 14 year journey as an entrepreneur, technologist, designer and maker. He has been recognized as a TED fellow and part of the founding team of the INK conference, having started the INK fellows program and developing the community.
In his past he has run a media company publishing a 8000 copy/month magazine, launched India’s first indigenously developed 3D printer Brahma3, built a product that makes poems from random tweets, open source tools for wildlife to alleviate human-animal conflict, and involved in the founding and cofounding of multiple companies and nonprofits.
He lives and works across South East Asia, immersing himself deeply in the maker culture and being part of various efforts, while also angel investing in hard science and agriculture companies. He dislikes sport, loves technology and irrationally passionate about the idea of India.
- 6:30pm: Registration
- 7:00pm: Talks
- 7:45pm: Questions & Answers Session
- 8:15pm – 9:30pm: Networking Session
Tickets exclusively available ONLY on Little App (http://bit.ly/2hruqZg).
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