How can journalists keep pace with an evolving digital landscape?
Journalists are facing a digital skills gap, particularly in emerging countries where there is poor access to training and devices. A mobile-first platform aims to change that.
Bhakti is an engineer and entrepreneur working to achieve a lifelong passion - equip people to be work ready and create a better quality of life.
Bhakti is the Founder and CEO of BigSpring, a SaaS platform that moves people from test ready to job ready. BigSpring equips companies to rapidly create and retool talent at pace with changing market needs. BigSpring measures impact (versus seats or hours), to establish investing in people as essential. Google Cloud, Cisco, HSBC, Pfizer, Tata have adopted BigSpring across their ecosystem of teams, partners and users. BigSpring has been selected by the World Economic Forum (WEF) as a Technology Pioneer 2020, joining a select group of companies that are poised to have a significant impact on business and society.
Bhakti also serves on the Board of Governors for JA Worldwide. Previously, Bhakti worked as an Engagement Manager with McKinsey & Company leading client engagements for the High Tech and Corporate Finance practices. She started her career as a software engineer with Siebel Systems in Silicon Valley. Bhakti is a Computer Engineer with University Honors from Carnegie Mellon University, where she was among the first women from India to attend. She earned an MBA from The Wharton School, where she was a Joseph Wharton Fellow.