Welcome to my website.
I am the founder, former Chairman
and CEO of , one of Europe’s most successful internet
I am also the founder of the
Copper Beech Group, a company which manages investments in sustainable education, ecotourism and property.
Here is the video from my talk at the OKS Entrepreneurs' Networking Event @OKSAssociation :
Up until 2016 Dinesh was a member of the advisory board, donor and trustee of the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust (WCMT) with special responsibility for scholarships for British citizens to travel and work abroad to learn from foreign countries and help change their own communities in the UK. For more information see:
Since 2014 Dinesh has been the President of the Indus entrepreneurs’ organization, TiE London. TiE London is part of the world’s largest not-for-profit organisation dedicated to supporting and fostering entrepreneurship. TiE aims to help spur development and economic growth in vibrant economies as well as under-developed regions.
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Dinesh helped to found two Indian charities. SHIKSHA provides free education to children of the transient labour population of building site-workers. Shiksha has more than 1200 registered students of which 1000 attend school on a regular basis. See:
In 2004, he helped found another charity, CHIKITSA which provides free medicines to slum dwellers living on the outskirts of New Delhi. Alongwith dispensing free medicines, it operates mobile clinics which visit the slums, providing free medicine to over 130,000 people through 15 clinics. See:
From 2005 to 2010 Dinesh was an adviser at the charity Scope. See:
and he continues to donate to them. Dinesh was also the Governor of the Rainbow Foundation in the UK. See:
A former President of the Fitzwilliam Society, Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge, I am a member of the fundraising committee at Fitzwilliam College. I have also funded a bursary at my old school, Kings School in Canterbury, Kent in order to widen access to the school and for sports facilities. To date I have given more $5 million to various charities and organisations in the UK and India.