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Art of Giving: Unicorns Rising

Art of Giving: Unicorns Rising

Update: 2022-10-20
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How do young and successful entrepreneurs look at philanthropy? Ahead of Diwali, the season of giving, Host Arijit Barman asks Nikhil Kamath Co-founder of Zerodha & True Breacon, Sujeet Kumar Co-Founder of Udaan.com and veteran venture capitalist Prashanth Prakash of Accel what does giving back really mean to them in a special episode. Is it all about tax planning? Legacy creation or an impactful call for change to make our society more equitable. All three are part of The Young India Philanthropic Pledge that is working on the field of education in Karnataka. All below 45 years, with a minimum net worth of Rs 1,000+ crores, they have already publicly pledged to giving 25% or more of their wealth to philanthropic issues close to their heart. But they want to do much more than writing a fat cheque.


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Art of Giving: Unicorns Rising

Art of Giving: Unicorns Rising

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