Prof. Srinivasan Venkataraman is Professor at the Department of Design, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi. He is an alumnus of Indian Institute of Science and graduated in 2010 after completing his Phd degree in Engineering Design. He obtained M.S. in Engineering Design from IISc. He was a postdoctoral research fellow at University of Munich, Germany and Singapore university of technology and design, Singapore. His main areas of teaching and research interest are Design Creativity & Innovation, Design Theory & Methodology, Function Modelling, Engineering Design, Design Thinking and New Product Development.
Archit is pursuing Textile Engineering degree from IIT Delhi and has 1 year of experience in Myobeam as the Chief Business Officer and 1 year of experience in Flexmotiv as Business Development Officer.
The man behind the ideation of the product, Archit has his interests focused towards product development, business development & Strategy in Sales & Negotiations. At IITD, Archit is a well known face among the entire community of students, faculty and the Alumni. Having served the entire community via several positions of responsibility,
Archit’s never say die attitude has been an asset. Strategising the market entry of the variations of the product so as to develop and sustain a first movers advantage in a future competitive market are under Archit’s supervision along with the overall coordination of the team.
Harry is pursuing Textile Engineering degree from IIT Delhi and has 1 year of experience in Myobeam as the Chief Operations Officer.
He has great analytical skills and excels in strategy making in the field of Operations, Sales and Marketing and Business Development. A sports enthusiast, Harry has had several positions of responsibilities and has been awarded at intra and inter-college levels for his involvement at various levels in sports, cultural activities and entrepreneurship.
Scalability of the product to be effective yet profitable at the same time is what concerns the most to Harry and the primary barrier for this, he feels, will be the diverse markets it can touch via variations in design and sales techniques.