The fourth edition of Future of Work is finally here! And we couldn’t be more excited.
The two-day, all-virtual Future of Work 2021, India’s largest product, tech, and design summit, will bring together leading CTOs, CPOs, data science heads, and tech architects not only from India but from across the world.
Prepare yourself for two days of masterclasses, keynotes, and workshops that will walk you through everything that you need to understand the future of tech and its impact on today’s business and workplaces.
On Day 1, catch Rahul Chari, Co-founder and CTO, PhonePe, and Kelly Waldher, Vice President, Marketing, Google Workspace, talk about the emerging possibilities and the future of work.
Day 2 will host Jeyandran Venugopal, Chief Product and Technology Officer, Flipkart, who will talk about ‘Building ecommerce that connects a billion Indians’.
And, that’s not all. With masterclasses, roundtables, fireside chats, and more, the virtual avatar of Future of Work promises to be larger than ever before in its scope and dimension, offering participants an all-immersive and truly-global experience.
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