Somdutta Singh

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Somdutta Singh is an Indian entrepreneur, and co-chair[1] of NASSCOM Product Council. She is the first Indian member on Philip Kotler's Kotler Impact Board of Advisors[2] Born in Calcutta, India (1986), Singh's work with government is notable. As a Core Committee Member[3] at Women Entrepreneurship Platform, a project by Niti Ayog she has helped launch the Women Entrepreneurship Platform in India. Somdutta's work focusses on investments, marketing and consulting. She is a TedX speaker[4] and a teacher at Ramakrishna Mission.

Singh in 2019

Education[edit]

Singh completed her graduation from Mount Carmel College and earned a PhD[5] from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Career[edit]

  1. Ceipal Advisory board[6]
  2. Chief Strategic Adviser at BloombergQuint [7]
  3. Mentor of Change at Atal Tinkering Labs[8]
  4. Advisor to Karnataka ITBT Ministry Biztech
  5. Indian Delegate at Swissnex[9]
  6. Google Mentor [10]

Authored Books[edit]

  • 2019. Decoding Digital - Unlocking Digital Barriers.[11]

Co-Authored Books[edit]

  • 2018. Making of New India.[12]

Articles[edit]

  • 2019. Dynamic Statesman, Reformer and Visionary: The Rise and Rise of Chandrababu Naidu. [13]
  • 2019. "Who's going to bell the cat and tackle India's sprinting unemployment tempo".[14]
  • 2018. "Time Modi modified: don’t take democracy for granted".[15]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "From making chocolates to Nasscom Product Council's Co-chair, Somdutta Singh has come a long way". Economic Times.
  2. ^ "Dr. Somdutta Singh appointed in Kotler Impact's Board of Advisors". News Barons. 6 September 2019.
  3. ^ "NITI Aayog to rely on mentors, outreach and a Rs 10 crore fund to encourage women entrepreneurs". First Post.
  4. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9_nTAWHT67U
  5. ^ "Dr Som Knew The Value Of A PhD. All That She'd Worked For Would Be Insignificant Otherwise".
  6. ^ "Human Capital Management Solutions - Cloud HR Software - CEIPAL".
  7. ^ "BloombergQuint, Nasscom, T-Hub & K'taka Govt to Launch 'ScaleUP'".
  8. ^ "Mentor list - Atal Tinkering labs" (PDF). Atal Tinkering labs.
  9. ^ "Switzerland Innovation Tour".
  10. ^ "Discover Launchpad Mentors worldwide". Google.
  11. ^ Digital Marketing,
  12. ^ Indian Politics,
  13. ^ Indian Politics
  14. ^ Indian Economy, IB Times
  15. ^ Indian Politics, Deccan Herald

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