Ravi Agravat

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Ravi Agravat

Locality: Leicester, United Kingdom
Summary: THE STORY SO FAR Ravi Agravat (21) is the founder and entrepreneur behind HPD magazine. Ravi realised that there was a gap in the student publications market on university campus across the country. He discovered the need for an aspirational magazine - one that encapulated the drive and desires of ambitious graduates and professionals. The magazine aims to be a style statement for those who aspire to have the best of everything. Ravi pitched to several firms in 2008 before successfully being financed by WeComeOne Consulting, a specialist in human behaviour. WeComeOne provided Ravi with a budget of 60k, an out-of-date laptop, and a broom cupboard from which to start. The rest as they say is "history"... [From company website: www.yourhpd.com/aboutus.html]
Current: Director at Human Potential Development Magazine
Education:  London School of Economics and Political Science, U. of London Bsc Management  

Industry: Publishing
Experience: Human Potential Development Magazine (Publishing industry): Director,  (July 2008-Present) 

Interests: career opportunities, consulting offers, new ventures, job inquiries, expertise requests, business deals, reference requests, getting back in touch

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Name: Ravi Agravat Position: Chair Of Fundraising Star Plus Alumni Candidate Manifesto 1. How do you think thestrengths of the Alumnican be better utilised to further individuals in the ...

Shell LiveWIRE | Video Lounge

August 2010 - Ravi Agravat (Drive Leicester) As one of our August 2010 Grand Ideas Award winners, Ravi Agravat plans to use his award money to help fund a promotional ...

Diverse Ethics - Student Media

Ravi Agravat founded HPD magazine whilst still a student at University. NEW MEDIA FOR FUTURE LEADERS - HPD MAGAZINE. Atul Shah speaks to Dr. Sachin Nandha, Executive Editor of the ...

Graduates urge employers to scrap 2:1 minimum requirement | News ...

Ravi Agravat | Fri, 30 Apr 2010 12:18 pm. I think there's a fine balance between grade and experience. You can have a first class graduate who has no soft or competency skills; on the ...

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The site was set up just over a year ago by Ravi Agravat, 20, of Hamilton, Aashish Parmar, 20, of Belgrave, and Seema Bilimoria, 21, of Glenfield.

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A website where learner drivers review instructors has won the LiveWIRE Award. Drive Leicester was set up by Ravi Agravat, 20, of Hamilton, Aashish...

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Ravi Agravat (DriveLeicester) William Harmer (Moobia) Online voting is now open until midnight on 30th September 2010. After this time, the online votes will be ranked and then added ...

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As one of our August 2010 Grand Ideas Award winners, Ravi Agravat plans to use his award ... How to apply for the £1000 Shell LiveWIRE Grand Ideas Awards

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Register (on right hand side) 3. Click 'Cast My Vote' (we're registered under Ravi Agravat, Drive Leicester) *Voting Closes: Saturday 30th September '10

A website on which learner drivers review instructors has been ...

The site was set up just over a year ago by Ravi Agravat, 20, of Hamilton, Aashish Parmar, 20, of Belgrave, and Seema Bilimoria, 21, of Glenfield.

Shell LiveWIRE Discussion Forums - August Grand Ideas Shortlist ...

Ravi Agravat (Drive Leicester), Leicester Drive Leicester (DL) is a user friendly website providing a platform for young, ‘to be’ learner drivers from Leicestershire, to ...

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Apprenda lands $5M in venture funding Playdom gets $43M for social gaming Orlando ... As one of our August 2010 Grand Ideas Award winners, Ravi Agravat plans to use his award money ...