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UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon launched Datawind’s tablet computer on November 28th. Forbes magazine describes the device as “world-changing.”
Interested in finding out how UK-based Datawind created the world’s cheapest tablet computer? Want to hear how this device has the potential to revolutionize education in the developing world?
Two-thirds of the world do not have access to computers and the Internet. Datawind’s CEO, Suneet Singh Tuli, will present his company’s approach to frugal innovation―one that will enable three billion more people to connect to the web.
Come find out more!
Part of the MaRS Global Leadership Series
Suneet Singh Tuli is the founder and CEO of Datawind Ltd. He is responsible for developing the company’s vision and strategy, and its execution. Suneet has 22 years of experience as a serial entrepreneur, having launched two successful companies that conducted initial public offerings on Nasdaq. At Datawind and with previous ventures, Suneet helped create patented technologies to develop scanning, printing and imaging products that set world records in both price and performance. These innovative products and technologies have received numerous awards and accolades. Most recently, Datawind’s Aakash/UbiSlate tablets have received global attention, as the company executes a vision to empower the next three billion people with computing and internet access.