On his recent visit to India, Google CEO Sundar Pichai interacted with students in a Q&A session moderated by the well-known cricket commentator Harsha Bhogle.
This was a day after business meetings, where the Chennai-born Pichai got a chance to relive his student days in India. The event was held at the Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), Delhi University where he got an opportunity to interact with hundreds of students – some from schools, many from colleges. The agenda had been kept informal, with Pichai talking about his college days, his initial struggle in the US, and his career at Google.
Finally, at 2:01 pm, Harsha Bhogle stuck up his hand and clicked a 360° selfie with Sundar Pichai to wrap up the event. And the camera he used was RICOH THETA S! Not only this, he shared this selfie on his Twitter handle, which generated a great deal of attention. Ricoh India shared the same post on its LinkedIn and Twitter. Without any spend, over 50,000 people got to see this post.