Coca-Cola Youth Speak Forum 2017 Mumbai

 Coca-Cola Youth Speak Forum 2017 Mumbai 



Date: 3rd December 2017
Venue:   Rama &  Sundri Watmull Auditorium, KC College, Churchgate, Mumbai

AIESEC is the world's largest youth run organisation present in 127 countries around the world and working towards leadership development through social and corporate exchanges.
What is a Coca-Cola YouthSpeak Forum 2017 Mumbai?
Coca-Cola  YouthSpeak Forum 2017 Mumbai is a premiere event that brings together both young and senior leaders to form a diverse cross-sector and multi-generational space for inspiring conversations around pressing global issues. 
The forum aims to create an environment where people from diverse backgrounds can cross-pollinate ideas, share insights and gain new perspectives to create actionable outcomes to push the world forward.





















Partners:  

 Broadcast Partner:  Viacom 18
Music  Partner: Sony
 Co-Sponsor: BARC
Education Partner: Athena School of Management
Media Partners: Student Stories and Paisawapas, iYouth Magazine, Youth inc. , SME World.
Inkind Partners: Xoxoday, Ocean, Leo Club of Bombay, Rotaract District 3141, Teach For India




Speakers List:

Mr. Mayank Gandhi (Social Activist)
Ms. Trisha Shetty (Founder, SheSays India)
Mr. Aditya Singh (Director, Athena School of Management)
Director of Coca-Cola India, Keynote Speaker
Mr. Om Chawla (DRR, Rotaract Club of Bombay)
Mr. Akshay Nambiar (President, AIESEC India)
Mr. Krutarth (President, Leo Club of Bombay)
Teach For India Representative, Keynote Speaker
Spoken word performance by Mahima Monga


Workshop by Teach for India

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