Sharad Kharé sits down with Maye Musk at the NOVUS Summit held in the United Nations General Assembly Hall in New York.
Teaser promo for the NOVUS SUMMIT held this year at the United Nations, a memorable experience for all!
We chat with Susan Sarandon about the Think Equal initiative program.
Waris Ahluwalia speaks with us about his exciting career as an artist and actor, and the power of saying 'Yes' when opportunity strikes.
We speak with Helen Mirren for the Think Equal initiative!
Meryl Streep sits down with us to discuss the film India's Daughter by powerhouse director Leslee Udwin and promote the Think Equal initiative.
CEO of Emogi Travis Montaque opens up about his unique company and their secret weapon - the Emotion Engine.
Bob Roth, Executive Director of the David Lynch Foundation gives his thoughts on the foundation's work, the power of meditation and the interest of celebrity in this healing practice.
Tim Draper, founder of Draper University, shares his passion for entrepreneurship and reveals how his exciting curriculum is helping young entrepreneurs survive in the business world.
Kharé Communications Co-Founder, Nisha Kharé, had the opportunity to speak at the United Nations in New York for Women's Entrepreneurship Day. Her talk focused on the power of storytelling, social media, and women in media.
We speak to Jack and Suzy Welch about their unique relationship - both personal and professional - and what it means to be a leader in business.
TripAdvisor CEO Stephen Kaufer reveals the origins of his big idea and how it grew into the powerhouse company it is today.
Neil Jacobstein of Singular University speaks to us about the future of the university and advancements in A.I. and robotics.
Thysson Williams, one of the first employees of Crocs, tells us about his early experiences with the company and how he helped grow it into the successful company it has become.
Sharad sits down with the founders of Vancity Buzz, the Vancouver-based news website that covers all of the major headlines and events happening in the city.
This treatment for the feature-length documentary The Public Art Collective offers a glimpse into some of the topics and individuals covered in the full doc. The film follows the journey of a group of Emily Carr University students as they progress through a newly designed course focused on educating emerging artists on the many facets of public art creation. Founded as an idea between real estate CEO Amit Sandhu and ECU professor Dr. Cameron Cartiere, the course represents an initiative that is the first of its kind. Coming soon!