Kunal Modi completed his MBA from NMIMS. His internship at ICICI Bank, Corporate Banking Group gave him an insight into the corporate lending system of the country's leading private bank and also helped him decide how he never belonged to the corporate world. That is when he decided to start-up. He has over six years of real estate development experience in Mumbai and Bangalore residential market. He loves traveling, experiencing different cuisines and following the latest in the world of automobiles.
Ubika Dev holds a B. Tech. in Information Technology and an MBA for IIM Ahmedabad. Her internship as an investment banker with the Bank of America (nee Merrill Lynch) made her realize how much she loved it here in Bharat. Post MBA, she chose to join the Strategy team at Lodha Group where she got to make strategic choices in the journey of Lodha Group to become the largest residential real estate developer in India.
Gaurav spent his childhood travelling through different parts of India, going to different schools and meeting beautiful people along the way. The joy of constructing things remains an integral part of his life, and he is currently working as a UX/UI designer after studying at National Institute of Creative Communication. He also sketches, writes poetry, and is incurably addicted to cycling. Imagine that set to a music playlist that takes him through his day.
Post graduate in Biochemistry and a diploma holder in Project Management from Scotland University, Gayathri has a rich experience across various industries. She loves traveling and cuddling up with a mystery novel that catches her fancy. At InstaTaskers, Gayathri is responsible for sourcing demand from online channels.
Commerce graduate and social volunteer, Bhavya is always looking for new challenges. Having keen interest in the startup ecosystem, Bhavya loves to intermingle at the startup events. At InstaTaskers, Bhavya contributes to both supply and demand side management.
Businesses and professionals need information as per their preference only. Extra elements make businesses inefficient and complex.
Transacting parties should be able to talk to each other transparently. Technology should be used to aid communication, not to limit avenues of interaction.
When the buyer and seller are assured, they trust each other better and the quality of interaction improves. Flight risk on either side shifts the focus from wok to issues arising out of trust deficit.
Feedback is welcome from experts and novices, achievers and strugglers, well-wishers and nay-sayers, critics and evangelists. Everyone should be able to contribute to our journey.