Dr Mohit Dubey, CEO, Atal Incubation Centre (AIC), MIT-ADT University to speak at OAC 2019
By M4G Bureau - July 10, 2019
Dr Dubey will be sharing his perspectives on the theme of ‘Building a tech startup ecosystem for OOH & driving entrepreneurship’
The Indian OOH industry is seemingly at the threshold of a business transformation, triggered by accelerated technology adoption. In the coming years, digital OOH media is expected to drive the industry growth, powered by creative technology solutions. At the same time, there is evidently a new wave of entrepreneurship in the OOH tech space, which in the course of time will build up as a tech tsunami. There is a definitive need for a technology ecosystem coupled with incubation systems that will perhaps bring about the OOH tech revolution in the making.
Against this backdrop, Dr Mohit Dubey, CEO, Atal Incubation Centre (AIC), MIT-ADT University, Pune will be addressing the 15th Outdoor Advertising Convention (OAC) on the theme of ‘Building a tech startup ecosystem for OOH & driving entrepreneurship’. The convention will be held at the Renaissance Mumbai Convention Centre Hotel, Powai, Mumbai on July 26-27.
An alumnus of Australia India Youth Dialogue (AIYD 2015) – a tier-2 level think tank of young leaders (under 40 years) from India and Australia, Dr Mohit Dubey has an overall global experience of more than 19 years. He is currently the CEO of Atal Incubation Centre (AIC) at MIT-ADT University, Pune. It’s a Section-8 company supported by Atal Innovation Mission (AIM), NITI Aayog, Govt. of India to promote Innovation and Entrepreneurship across India. He was the Pro Vice Chancellor (Pro VC) at IFTM University, Moradabad (UP) before his current position. As Pro VC, Dr Dubey led the automation of the entire university operations, optimisation of IT Infrastructure, enhancing marketing, admissions and examination related processes. He was also the ‘Director of Corporate and International Relations’ where he led all the strategic alliances of the university.
Dr Dubey attended the “Higher Education Leadership” Programme at Oxford University, UK in 2015 and Harvard University, USA in 2016. His visit to University of Cincinnati (UC), USA have him insights into the Best Practices of private universities in USA.
Prior to his education domain journey, his IT experience spanned over a decade with India’s second largest IT company Infosys Ltd. He moved up the value chain, starting as a software engineer to client solutions manager in pre-sales function in a very short span. As part of Customer Relationship Management at Infosys, he worked with Bank of America in Atlanta and Los Angeles in both technology and business domains. His main interest areas include Banking and Capital Markets in which he completed the Certification in Capital and Derivatives market from National Stock Exchange, India.