Manorama News to air special programme on Techspectations 2018

Manorama News to air special programme on Techspectations 2018

A special programme on Techspectations 2018, the second edition of the digital summit organised by Manorama Online in coordination with Geojit Financial Services which was held in Kochi on Saturday, will be telecast on Manorama News channel at 7 pm on Wednesday.

The summit brought together top names from the information technology and online business industries who shared their experiences and strategic insights.

‘Rebuild, Regain, Retain Digital Business’ was the theme of the big-ticket event, in which panel discussions were held on a wide range of topics such as data and analytics, video, digital innovation, and emerging media and home-grown start-ups.

Speakers comprised regional heads, CEOs, and CxOs of leading technology companies from across the world such as Ajay Vidyasagar, Asia-Pacific head of YouTube, Ben Morrel, Asia vice-president, Brightcove, and Ram Seshadri, Head - Digital Strategy & Solutions, Adobe. Several digital data experts and tech entrepreneurs also attended the brainstorming sessions.

In the panel discussions hosted by Business Blogging CEO and motivational speaker Kiruba Shankar, eminent personalities including Ramanujam Pobbisetty (Enterprise Sales Director, India, comScore), Ruhbir Singh (Country Manager India, Google 360), Rahul Vengalil (founder and CEO, What Clicks), Aathitiyan V S (co-founder and director of HeroTalkies), Balakrishnan A (Geojit), and Rinosh George (YouTuber), shared their experiences and debated on the role of technology.

The special session, moderated by Nagaraja Prakasam, a partner at Acumen Fund, that discussed start-up success stories in the fields of education, supply chain, digital payment, and bio-chemical, unravelled exciting opportunities that lay ahead for aspiring entrepreneurs.

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