Written by Franco Varriano
Goswami is originally from Singapore and moved to Canada at a young age. He began his career as a social entrepreneur launching several initiatives including the World Youth Fund, which has helped to support over 70 projects created by young entrepreneurs all over the world.
Today, Goswami is studying at the University of Toronto while working on his wearables startup — Technotronics, which is backed by the NBA Brooklyn Nets’ power forward, Trevor Booker.
Goswami joins us to share his story, how he got into social entrepreneurship, what it’s been like working on Technotronics, how he’s approached building the partnership with Booker, his advice to other young entrepreneurs, and much more!
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