Most people have heard the word entrepreneurship, but what exactly is artrepreneurship? Come to one of our Speaker Series events with Vinita Sud Belani where she will talk about her experience as an entrepreneur in the tech world to where she became an artrepreneur. The event will take place on October 16th from 12-1pm at the University Center room 310.
About the Event
Come listen to serial entrepreneur Vinita Sud Belani talk about how her experience as an entrepreneur in the tech world propelled her to become an artrepreneur. She turned her passion for theatre into a platform for bringing together not just demographically diverse communities, but also the business and the artistic community and the amateur and the professional artists of that community.
Vinita will focus on the importance of clarity and relevance in an organization's mission statement. She will address questions that are just as critical for artrepreneurs as for entrepreneurs to build a successful business.
- How far up the value chain does one need to go to to build a good product?
- Are you selling vitamins or painkillers?
Come learn how to build an organization that is agile enough to incorporate on the ground learnings into a strategic vision without impacting the core mission and vision.
Vinita received a BS and MS in Computer Science at Birla Institute of Technology and Science from India. In addition she has her MBA from Hautes Etudes Commerciales (HEC) from France, and a diploma in french language and culture from France and in German from the Max Mueller Institute from India.
Vinita also comes from a wide range of work experience ranging from SOGETI CapGemini as Vice President, Socketworks International as the founder and CEO, the director for business development at FirstRain, founder and co-CEO at Paguro, and as an IT project manager at ANZ Grindlays Bank.
Some awards and memberships Vinita has includes being a board member at MATRI, where she helps survivors of domestic abuse and domestic violence, along with being a previous board member of SEED, an international education initiative connecting high school students with scientists working on global projects.