Airtel finally had come up with some different ad campaign keeping their so-called ‘4G girl’ behind. Yes, the popular telecom network Airtel had chosen kids this time. The creative team of Airtel thought of something new and this time they emphasized more on declaring themselves as the best smartphone network.
Kids in this very cute advertisement, share their feelings about expecting their smartphones could do many things like their smartphone acting like a bodyguard, a rocket and as a problem solver.
The ad is then concluded by saying that their network can be a multi-challenger and comes with a set of features like anti-virus, payments bank, music, movies, games, handset damage protection, and not to mention the high-speed 4G network.
The tagline seems to be catchy as well ‘Jitna smart network, utna smart phone’ nailed it completely.
Watch the video here:
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Life Lessons From Sundar Pichai
Sundar Pichai, the Chief Executive Officer of Google, was born and bought up in a middle class family in Madurai, Tamil Nadu. He spent most of his childhood living in a modest two bedroom apartment with his parents and grew up living a restricted life. However, he has always been extremely appreciative of his parents’ devotion and sacrifices to always provide him with the best education and support.
After completing his education from IIT Kharagpur and Stanford University, Pichai took the biggest leap of his life by joining Google in 2004. He shot to fame by becoming the youngest CEO of Google in 2015. Today, we take a look at five pointers that can be learned from the life of Sundar Pichai.
1. Be bold enough to do something:
While he may have hailed from a middle class background, Pichai pursued bigger dreams. Till date, he encourages all entrepreneurs to follow their passion, dream big and constantly reinvent themselves. In order to reach the top of the pyramid, you have to work really hard and have to be persistent in all your approaches.
2. Take risks and be different:
Being ambitious helps in keeping your motivation levels high, but being different helps deliver out of the box solutions. Pichai led the company through one of their major changes, moving from just software related solutions to hardware and retail. Under his guidance, Google expanded in 2015 to restructure its sprawling business and created the parent company, Alphabet. Alphabet became the home for its more experimental projects such as space exploration and anti mortality.
3. Do not give up:
Failure has been conditioned to sound like a bad thing. But not for Pichai. He has always championed a positive attitude to failure. “Wear your failure as a badge of honor and start again,” is one of his famous quotes. In 2013, the company came under immense scrutiny for invading the privacy of the users. This year, the company also faced allegations of increasing gender gap and discrimination. However, Pichai persevered in trying to rectify the past mistake, create a more stable work environment and build a better future for everyone.
4. Work Smart Not Hard:
Breaking all the stereotypes, Sundar Pichai is known for keeping a work life balance and not being a workaholic. He believes in working smart to boost efficiency and productivity levels. Chrome, the now ubiquitous web browser, was initially started as an experiment by his team of 10 engineers. When Microsoft made ‘Bing’ its default browser, it was assumed that Chrome would not work out in the market. However, with a few innovative approaches, Chrome secured its position in the search market.
5. Pursue Your Passion:
Watch what Pichai has to say about following your passion in this motivational video –
Watch Video: The Untold Story Of Bill Gates
An American investor, business magnate, author and philanthropist, Bill Gates has all those qualities a perfect entrepreneur must possess. It was in 1975 when Bill Gates and friend Paul Allen co-founded Microsoft, and this became the largest PC software company in the world.
Bill Gates in his career at Microsoft held a prestigious position as the Chairman and CEO of the company. Gates is considered one of the best-known entrepreneurs of the personal computer revolution. He has been criticized for his business tactics which have been considered as anti-competitive.
It was in 2009 when Bill Gates started The Giving Pledge along with Warren Buffet, whereby they and other billionaires pledge to give away half of their wealth to philanthropy. He stepped down as the Chairman of Microsoft in February 2014 and took a new post of Technology Advisor to support the then newly appointed CEO Satya Nadella.
Bill Gates is currently the richest person in the world with an estimated net worth of $ 86.9 billion as of April 2017.
Watch his inspiring video down here:
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