Saransh Sharma from Muellners Foundation to deliver a TEDx talk in India

Copenhagen/Pune: Saransh Sharma, Advisory Council member of Muellners Foundation will be speaking at a TEDx event this month.

Saransh Sharma is known for his work in different open source technologies.

He has actively contributed to Apache Fineract, an open digital financial services platform. He has been one of the youngest Google Summer of Code mentors from India for Apache Fineract during 2016 and 2017. Saransh Sharma has been delivering case studies for open source technologies such as Open ERP, Fineract, Finscale etc. He has also published articles and delivered talks on blockchain technology and climate change.

At Patrakar Bhavan in Pune, India, Mr. Sharma is scheduled to speak about digital transformations and social initiatives. His talk’s focus will be on Climate Change, Financial Sovereignty, Digital Data Privacy, Health , Machines / Automation.

This event will be held as ‘TEDx PVGCOET’ 2020 on 29th Feb 2020. The audience will majorly consist of students, entrepreneurs and local community from Pune. However, TEDx events are published as ‘on demand videos’ on the website of TED talks and its YouTube channel. The organizers have announced that Greg Ellis, Hollywood composer, Gaurav Sangtani, Jigyasa Foundation and Achyut Godbole will also join the event as speakers.

Muellners Foundation is a not for profit, socio-economic Foundation promoted by shareholders of Muellners LLC, a family owned business.

Saransh said that he is excited to present his ideas of skill generation, role of technology in social initiatives to the youth in India.

Saransh Sharma is a youth thought leader with public views on social sustainability and technology. Mr. Sharma’s work is instrumental in driving the open source initiatives of Muellners Foundation.

 

Read Mr. Sharma’s personal views on his blog.

Press release distributed by Pressat on behalf of Muellners Foundation, on Monday 17 February, 2020. For more information subscribe and follow https://pressat.co.uk/

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