Arvind Gupta is the Head and Co-Founder of Digital India Foundation, a policy think tank working in areas of Digital Inclusion, Smart Cities, Internet Governance, Data Privacy & Cyber Security, Electronics Manufacturing. He is also an Adjunct Professor at IIT-BHU, teaching “Data and Digital Economy”. He has over 27 years of industry experience, having worked in diverse sectors in a variety of leadership, policy and entrepreneurial profiles in India and Silicon Valley, USA. He has considerable experience in Consumer Internet, Digital Media, Payment Systems, Analytics and Data Economy.
He has been on the Global FinTech Top100 list of Influencers and also a Member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Future Council on Digital Economy & Society, OECD Expert Member of Global Value Chains. He has been awarded the Eisenhower Global Fellowship for Innovation for the year 2014 as well as the DataQuest Pathbreaker of the Year award and Distinguished Centenary Alumni award from IIT-BHU. He is a Member of the Founder’s Circle of iSPiRT, which has worked extensively on the "IndiaStack". He is one of the thought leaders in implementing DBT throughout India. He is an active member of TiE, NASSCOM and Founder Member of iSPiRT. He also co-founded startups such as amplify.ai, ApnaPay, Ideaswall amongst others.
Mr. Gupta is also a frequent speaker at various industry and global forums. He is a visiting faculty at IIT, Management Schools, Innovation Forums and has published many articles on Digital Economy, Value of Data, Gov. Tech. in the leading papers of India, Harvard Business Review and World Economic Forum.
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