Robotics are beginning to transform a broad spectrum of industries. But what’s far more exciting is the potential for robotics and AI to drive innovation that alleviates human suffering of many kinds, both directly and indirectly. While we’re excited about the application to autonomous vehicles or manufacturing, what’s potentially more inspiring is the opportunity to scale and dramatically improve disaster relief efforts.
Making the Most of Disruptive Technology -“ Tejkohli Featured in the Telegraph
This week, our leader and founder TejKohli has been featured in The Telegraph and on The Telegraph Online, offering his unique perspective on one of our time-™s most important and revolutionary developments -“ disruptive technology.
British Millionaire Opens the Wallet for Norwegian Entrepreneurs
After nine years of strong stock market inflation, British billionaire Tej Kohli believes that a severe correction is close but willing to invest heavily in Norwegian startups
Tej Kohli takes the wraps off his $25Mn tech-focused ‘Kohli Impact Investment Initiative’
Venture capitalist Tej Kohli, announced today about his newly formed Kohli Impact Investment Initiative, commencing with a hefty sum of $25 million. The Initiative is powered by Kohli’s family office, Kohli Ventures particularly targeted at attracting innovative and disruptive technologies. Just like other impact funds, the said fund will invest in ventures having a positive impact on the social and tech ecosystem.
8 Tips For Entrepreneurs Pitching To Investors
As a veteran entrepreneur and serial investor I have been involved in countless pitches, and have seen the best and the worst the business community has to offer. Investors are looking for a golden ticket, and don’t want to part with their money for anything less.
Indian billionaire investor Tej Kohli: Nurturing the next generation
One of the common traits shared by the likes of Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook, Bill Gates of Microsoft and Steve Jobs of Apple is that they all founded their companies in their late teens or early twenties. However, the UK youth unemployment rate for 16-24-year-olds, at 16.9 per cent, is higher than the national average of 6 per cent. This represents untapped young talent and energy that needs to be utilised.