Chairman and Founder
Dipank Sharma has a rich and diverse industry experience of over 15 years in technology, real estate and organic foods business. He has successfully pioneered several projects across verticals and turned them around into sizeable large-scale projects in no time.
In his most recent endeavour as the Founder & Chairman of Speed Fetch India Private Limited, Dipank has been instrumental in bringing forward a 1st of its kind next generation platform that will revolutionise the way entertainment is consumed on smartphones. He envisioned the idea of building a platform that will allow consumers to download movies & videos at high speed with no data cost. He believes that Speed Fetch will be a real game changer as it will address the current data challenges by providing speedy access to movies, games, videos & more to consumers.
Speed Fetch is a dream come true for Dipank and his vision is to revolutionise mobile entertainment in India with this new service. He calls it, "The 5G of Entertainment".
Some of his other ventures include MetroPark Developers & Housing Infrastructure - A Real Estate company developing over 500 acres in north India and Karibu Homes, a real estate venture in Kenya-Nairobi. He has a fascination for nature, which has made him set up a niche organic foods business at his farm in Delhi NCR called - Back2Basics.
Co-Founder and CEO
Deepak Khanna has over 20 years of experience in the Telecommunications sector across India and International markets. He has played important CXO and Board executive roles in Airtel and Reliance Communications.
Deepak has joined SpeedFetch with the endeavour to architect a new future of digital content in India, solving content access and viewership issues arising out of the internet infrastructure and affordability in mass markets.
Deepak strongly believes in the power of start-ups solving real issues, he believes that digital content in India is at the same inflection point stage as Mobile telephony was 10 – 12 years back. SpeedFetch a digital content delivery network backed by WiFi integration and a 5G content delivery platform will redefine the way 1.3 billion people in India view, access and pay for digital content, far beating 3G, 4G data access experience.