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The ISB Alumni Technology Special Interest Group is a focal point for all things related to technology and serves as a global platform for the ISB community, with a shared interest in technology. This forum aims to facilitate dialogue and discussion amongst group members, and foster networking opportunities for all members.

Mission

  • To bring together members of the ISB community with an interest in technology
  • To foster networking opportunities for alumni
  • To facilitate dialogue and discussion amongst group members
  • To create a global forum to share experiences and industry best practices

The Technology SIG will achieve this mission by conducting events, and by providing a platform for networking, exchange of ideas, sharing of opportunities, and promoting lifelong learning in the Technology space, to foster the professional growth of its members.


Join us if you are passionate about the intersection of business and technology, and want to interact with, learn from and share your knowledge with your peers as well as leaders in the industry.


Group E Mail ID : techSIG@isb.edu


Interested in starting a Special Interest Group? Write to us at alumni_relations@isb.edu

Events/Activities Snapshot

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Panel Discussions
A formal learn and connect event featuring diverse and high-profile experts and practitioners
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Webinars
Online speaker sessions and seminars

Alumni Moderator

Praveen Gonabal, Class of 2006

praveen_gonabal2006@pgp.isb.edu

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Vineet Jawa, Class of 2005

vineet_jawa2005@pgp.isb.edu

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Digvijay Anand, Class of 2016

digvijay_anand2016@pgp.isb.edu

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In order to sign up for the Technology Special Interest Group, please click here

Here is a brief snapshot of events and activities organized by the Technology SIG in the year 2015-16

Date Event/Activity City
April 7 Webinar on ‘Product management ,design and building a successful startup’, by Akshay Kothari (Founder of the Pulse app) Across chapters