About this Blog (Albert Einstein edition)
“Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted.”
About this Blog (Regular Edition)
The May 17, 2011 post (Boiling the social enterprise ocean) provides the next level drill-down into the kind of social enterprises TechSangam will be covering. Categories of focus include agriculture, rural markets, financial inclusion, education, health, rural tourism, water, sanitation, and off-grid energy.
Vishy Kuruganti (Founder of this blog) is an engineering alumnus of Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra and University of Houston. He has held a series of technology leadership roles at Navteq/Nokia, Yahoo and a few startups (Graspr, Online Anywhere) before returning to India/Bangalore in Aug 2008. After a senior leadership stint with Adobe Bangalore and 20 years of experience in the technology/Internet domain, he started this blog with a focus on social enterprises and social entrepreneurs in India.
Inspiration for this blog came from Arthur C. Clarke’s Evolution of the human race.
My personal blog (The Art of Returning to India..and Staying Put) chronicles my return to India after 16 years in America – this post from Jun 2008 is relevant background for why I started the TechSangam blog.