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Utkarsh Amitabh Founder of Network Capital

Utkarsh Amitabh is the founder of Network Capital, one of the world’s largest mentorship and career advancement platforms that empowers people to make a living doing what they love and teaching what they love. Network Capital has active local chapters in every major city around the world and serves as a partner to the Government of India’s Atal Innovation Mission, enabling mentorship for almost 1.6 million students.

Utkarsh is a Chevening Fellow at the University of Oxford and the Torchbearer of Ashoka University’s Young India Fellowship. He earned his MBA from INSEAD business school, where he was recognized as the Andy Burgess Scholar for Social Entrepreneurship.

He is a TED speaker, INK Fellow, Raisina Young Fellow and a World Economic Forum Global Shaper who represented the community at the annual meeting in Davos. Utkarsh also worked at Microsoft in a wide range of cross-functional roles across United States, EU and India. He helped build India’s first smart village which was recognized in the Prime Minister’s Book of Pioneering Innovations.

Utkarsh writes for Harvard Business Review, Observer Research Foundation, Mint, The Economic Times and World Economic Forum.