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Shaunak khire

Mr. Shaunak Khire is the co-founder of a still in stealth startup focused on messaging and ML. He is a partner and the co-founder of the MaghaCGI30 index, a social impact smart beta index fund that aims to maximize returns by weighing index constituents based on their CSR initiatives announced at Clinton Global Initiative. Previously Mr. Khire was on the Global Board of the Mobile Marketing Association and Adlibrium, an adtech (data management platform) company. He was also in MIT Technology Review’s 35 under 35 list of people to watch out for in technology.

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