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The Wealth Issue 2018

The Wealth Issue 2018

Cashing in on Data Capitalism: Portraits from the new marketplace

Essays

Data Capitalism ~ by Aresh Shirali
Romance and rewards.

Despite the Paradox ~ by TCA Srinivasa Raghavan
Don’t be fooled by the old German. Let’s celebrate wealth.

Where Are You, Genius? ~ by Devangshu Datta
A pause in India’s information revolution.

Easy come, easy go ~ by Jagdish N Sheth
But lasting fortunes are built on stable values.

Profiles

Vishal Gondal, founder of Goqii ~ by Madhavankutty Pillai
‘Hardware was a Trojan horse to create a business that uses data to modify behaviour.’

Adarsh Natarajan, Founder, Aindra Systems & Aindra Labs ~ by V Shoba
‘Our healthcare systems are discontinuous and reactive when they should be continuous and predictive.’

Varun Sheth, Founder of Ketto ~ by Lhendup G Bhutia
‘If you give people the right to information, they will be ready to donate,’

Atul Rai, Anurag Saini, Pankaj Kumar Sharma, Chetan Rexwal, Founders, Staqu ~ by Moinak Mitra
‘Our Technology Helps the Police Take Proactive Steps to Check Crime.’

Prerna Mukharya, Founder, Outline India ~ by Amita Shah
‘India Could Use a Firm that Focuses on Social Sector Data.’

Amarpreet Kalkat, Co-founder, Frrole ~ by V Shoba
‘Software Becomes Truly Intelligent When it Simulates Data.’

Neha Bagaria, Founder and CEO, Jobsforher ~ by Sonali Acharjee
‘I Wanted to Help Women Restart Their Careers.’

Sahradayi Modi and Ranjeet Pratap Singh, Co-founders, Pratilipi ~ by Nandini Nair
‘Think of Us as a YouTube for Stories,’ Rahul Ranjan, Sankaranaryanan Devarajan.

Rasik Pansare, Chirag Jain, Co-founders, Get My Parking ~ by Vipul Vivek
‘Like Lego Bricks, Our Platform Works for All.’

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