Weekly Roundup: Online Events, Networking & Community Building

What we learned together on Network Capital this week

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Dear community members,

Hope you had a rejuvenating weekend. This is a quick overview of the week gone by on Network Capital. You can get access to all our offerings once you subscribe.

🎟️ Network Capital Offline Meetups - Paris, London & Delhi

🏁 Registrations for the Community Building Fellowship

🧑🏻‍🏫 Launch of the Network Capital Winter School

💌 Newsletters: Yes, a Harvard Business School Case Study and How networking changed during the pandemic?


As COVID restrictions reduce, Network Capital members all across the world are starting to meet again. Yesterday, we had a lively meetup in Paris, and in the coming week, we’ll be there in London & Delhi -

Community Building Fellowship

Network Capital is a community of 100,000+ verified millennials and Gen Z. It has grown without spending a single dollar on marketing. We have been featured in Harvard Business Review, World Economic Forum, Harvard Business School, TED and Mint.

In less than three years, we have scaled a community of 100,000+ members from 104 countries without spending a single dollar on marketing. In this fellowship, we will teach you exactly that. This fellowship is specifically designed for - 

  1. Individuals who want to start building their community right now.

  2. Companies who are attempting to build their communities and would like to train their employees 

  3. Community managers who want to get better at their jobs

  4. Curious and entrepreneurial individuals who want to grow by creating their tribe.

Enrol in Community Building Fellowship

PS. If you want to see the Community Building Fellowship in action, watch this session from Cohort I with Sairee Chahal, Founder & CEO of Sheroes.

Network Capital Winter School

Building on the success of the Network Capital Summer School, the Network Capital Winter School is designed for school students to spark their love for learning. Our focus will be writing, public speaking, critical thinking and deep reading, timeless skills that will serve them well for the rest of their lives. 

Our mission is to make the Network Capital Winter School the most meaningful learning experience you have ever had. We will of course learn deep-reading, critical thinking, public speaking and writing but we will partake of all assignments and micro-experiments keeping self and community care in mind.

We want to ensure personal attention for each student so we will stop enrolments when the class size reaches 50. 

Enrol for the Winter School


Yes, a Harvard Business School Case Study

Bhanu’s deep engagement with Network Capital did not happen overnight. Like everything meaningful in life, compounding revealed its wonders over time. Let us take you back to 2017 when Bhanu first organized a Network Capital Delhi leadership dialogue with David Risher, the CEO of Worldreader.

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How networking changed during the pandemic?

Effective networking and languishing cannot go hand-in-hand. As we often discuss, the whole premise of networking is adding specific value to others and creating win-win outcomes. How can one add value to others when one is out of energy?

Showing up for Zoom calls and meetings doesn’t mean anything if aren’t immersed.

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💝 If you want to learn how to navigate the Network Capital ecosystem, please read this article. 

✍🏼 Read our founder Utkarsh Amitabh’s Harvard Business Review articles here Building Your Category of OneShould You Choose Passion Over Paycheck, How to Make Envy Work for You?, and The Right Way to Make a Big Career Transition

💞 Read our founder Utkarsh Amitabh’s book Seductive Illusion of Hard Work. The foreword written by Klaus Schwab, the founder of World Economic Forum.