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EVENTS

Bijal Shah

CEO of Booktherapy.io, talks about the powerful healing quality of literature on the latest episode of The Elevator. She advises people to turn to literature when they are feeling down or need comfort. From a successful career in banking, to moving countries, raising a family, starting a business – with passion for mental health – this CHN Advisory Board member inspires and reassures.

Raenu Barod

Former Partner at Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP City Hindus in conversation with one of its advisory board members Raenu Barod. The UK Barrister and US Law Firm Partner tells us how she juggles busy family life with a hectic work life and explains how she uplifts others. She feels that getting mentors and sponsors are key to success and shares her tips on networking confidently.

Jay Vitale

Founder and CEO Air For Life UK LTD. “You gotta have self-belief,” says Jay Vitale in his interview with City Hindus. He also talks about overcoming mental health hurdles to build a global business. The importance of faith, entrepreneurship, NASA, life-saving, purpose in business and breaking global markets.

Hemal Randerwala

Founder and Chairman Go Dharmic. How does a boy from Luton break into City finance – and then feed a million people? Finding purpose and meaning in your work to succeed. CHN Advisory Board Member Hemal Randerwala tells us more on , How to elevate others when you’re starting in the basement.

Nish Kotecha

Chairman & Co-founder at Finboot and Deputy Chairman of the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry in conversation with City Hindus says, “Respect for others is the key to success”. The son of a cleaner to JP Morgan, Lehman Brothers and big tech IPOs, to using tech to help the poorest in the world. An inspiring story of elevation and elevating others.

Aekta Patel

Head of Venture Capital Unit at Department for International Trade in conversation with City Hindus Network says, “I don’t think of myself as a ethnic minority woman, just a professional. Don’t be afraid to be yourself, you can be authentic and still do well.” She elaborates on getting into Deutsche Bank then leaving it all behind to move onwards and upwards.

We host a variety of events including networking, sewa, talks, political, spiritual and more.

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City Hindus Voice Launch - we invite members of https://t.co/RbhbciERh3 to produce their own interview-TED talk style TV shows on topics of value and interest with interviewees of the highest caliber. Watch this video by CHN chair @alpeshbp to know how. https://t.co/elwbUlyzbL