The six young people all have 3D-printed bionic limbs made by Open Bionics – but they connected on a recent trip to London where they celebrated the benefits the new arms have made to their lives
This wealthy U.K based investor and technologist’s philanthropic nature should not be overlooked.
Some may know Tej Kohli for his passion for luxury cars or his vast array of exceptional properties dotted across the world. However, what he should be best known for is his unwavering mission to give away swathes of his wealth to improve the lives of others.
Tej Kohli knows what it is like to fail. In his twenties, the Indian-born, British-based billionaire, made some bad decisions about his growing real estate empire which resulted in him losing everything and having to start from scratch. It was an experience, he believes, that has helped to define his work/life philosophy.
Some people have a fish tank in their home; Tej Kohli has a car tank. The spotlit, part-glazed extension holds five of his most precious motors: a Ferrari 430 Spider, a Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse, a Rolls-Royce Ghost, a Rolls-Royce Dawn and a Pagani Huayra. The Pagani is Kohli’s favourite, which is why it’s illuminated from above by a large, sparkly light panel.
Kohli, a 61-year-old technology investor, is seated in an armchair in a private room at 5 Hertford Street, the exclusive private members club where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had one of their first dates.
Tech billionaire and VC Tej Kohli says there are two specific qualities he looks for in every firm he invests in – scalability and the potential to change the world.