SmallBizPod #70 – Jagriti Yatra – a great entrepreneurial journey

Interview with Gitanjali Banerjee Bhattacharya & Kaustav Bhattacharya about an extraordinary entrepreneurial train journey in India, what it hopes to achieve & how grass roots business can inspire social change.

By Alex Bellinger
24th June 2008 at 1:59 pm

This week SmallBizPod #70, includes interviews with Gitanjali Banerjee Bhattacharya and Kaustav Bhattacharya about their plans for Jagriti Yatra, an inspiring entrepreneurial train journey across India, and what it hopes to achieve. There’s also the usual round up of comments, books for review and a beautiful track from the Bombay Dub Orchestra.

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Show Notes

Summary

Intro:

• 00:00 Introduction to what’s coming up in the show.
• 01:17 Check out the latest episode of BizPod TV.
• 02:11 Thanks to everyone who has signed up to the SmallBizPod Facebook group .

Features:

• 04:08 Interview with Kaustav Bhattacharya and Gitanjali Banerjee Bhattacharya about their plans for an entrepreneurial train journey through India called the Jagriti Yatra aimed at inspiring and supporting young social change makers in the country. Alex, Kaustav and Gitanjali also talk about the motivation behind the project, social entrepreneurship in Asia, the impact of grass roots entrepreneurial activity in the more remote areas of India, and how to get involved.

• 26.46 Comments from Gaj about how much he enjoyed the interview with Rachel Elnaugh. Also from Jonathan Yates about his new book and recent experiences selling his most recent business.

• 28.38 Contact Alex if you would like to receive a business book to review for SmallBizPod.

• 29.39 MusicBombay Dub Orchestra
“Rare Earth”
from “Bombay Dub Orchestra”
(Six Degrees Travel Series)

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  1. daksh says:

    grt stuff Alex ! loved the show and the music rocks 🙂

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