In this episode of The Boiling Point, hosts Emily Rodger and Dave Veale sit down with Muraly Srinarayanathas, the Co-Founder and Executive Chairman of 369 Global. The discussion traverses Muraly’s journey as a serial entrepreneur and the core ethos of his ventures, with a specific emphasis on catering to a demographic of 35 to 45-year-olds, predominantly women. He draws inspiration from Dr. Muhammad Yunus, a renowned Bangladeshi economist and 2006 Nobel Peace Prize laureate, highlighting the impactful time he spent working alongside Dr. Yunus.
The conversation dives into Muraly’s borderless lifestyle, enriched by experiences as a 3rd culture kid. Muraly underscores the importance of understanding and adapting to market dynamics, especially in the context of the immigrant experience in Canada. As a son of first-generation immigrant parents, his unique perspective informs strategies to train and uplift newcomers through ventures like Computek College.
Muraly sheds light on the hybrid structure of his college and its collaboration with employers to tailor education. He stresses the significance of surrounding oneself with the right individuals, a principle that underpins his entrepreneurial journey. Additionally, Muraly shares his passion for filmmaking, showcasing “This Place,” a Canadian production embodying the immigrant narrative. Through 369 Global, Muraly endeavors to bridge global consumer culture (GCC) and local consumer culture (LCC) principles, advocating for diversity and meaningful connections at both global and local levels.
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