Deepak Goel

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Deepak Goel is the founder & CEO of KarmaCircles. Prior to that, he was co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of Packback (a Chicago-based startup funded by Mark Cuban & other notable angel investors) where he built their product strategy, online marketing strategy and engineering team.
Prior to that, he was the Chief Product Officer of IndiaHomes (backed by NEA, Foundation Capital & Helion Ventures) where he built & led product management, marketing and engineering teams. Before that, he was Director of Product Management at (COUP) where he created & grew several multi-million dollar products. He has also been a senior executive at Microsoft & Nokia.


Prasad Kaipa

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Dr. Prasad Kaipa is an executive coach, mentor, author and founder and executive director (2007-2009) of the Centre for Leadership, Innovation and Change at the Indian School of Business. He also has been a part-time visiting faculty at Saybrook Graduate School. Since 1990, Dr. Kaipa has advised CEOs and coached Executive Teams in the areas of Innovation, Business Transformation, Decision Making, Strategic Thinking and Personal Mastery. He is an author of the book 'Discontinuous Learning: Igniting Genius Within by Aligning Self, Work, and Family'.

Gokul Rajaram

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Gokul Rajaram is Product Engineering Lead at Square. Previously he was Product Director, Ads at Facebook. In this role, he drove the product roadmap and execution for Facebook's advertising products.Before Facebook, Gokul was Co-Founder and CEO of Chai Labs, a semantic technology startup he grew to profitability and a multi-million dollar annual revenue run-rate before its acquisition by Facebook.

Earlier in his career, Gokul was Product Management Director for Google AdSense. He helped conceive and crystallize the product in early 2003, and played a key role in its launch and growth from 2003 onwards into a multi-billion dollar product line. Gokul was also product lead for a number of acquisitions for Google, including DoubleClick (display advertising/ad serving), AdScape (in-game advertising) and dMarc (radio advertising).