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Roopak Saluja is founder & ceo of The 120 Media Collective - a communications and content group, working with some of Asia’s largest advertisers. Roopak turned entrepreneur in 2006 with the launch of Bang Bang Films - India’s International Production Company, which was named India's second fastest growing company across all sectors in 2010. In 2009, he launched Jack in the Box Worldwide that has grown to be one of South Asia’s most reputed and heavily awarded digital agencies. In 2013, he founded The 120 Media Collective and consolidated all of his ventures within including subsequent additions Sniper and Sooperfly, which operate across the commercials and digital and television content spaces. Roopak began his career in advertising at Young & Rubicam Budapest followed by Ogilvy & Mather Paris, where, in his last role, he ran the Motorola account for Europe, Middle East & Africa, and was instrumental in the development of the globally iconic Hellomoto campaign. Roopak is an active angel investor and currently serves on the Board of Toko Labs, a venture-funded children’s digital content company. Additionally, he is an Advisor to the Content Marketing Summit Asia and Mentor to D Labs, a design-thinking led accelerator at the Indian School of Business. In the past, he has served on the Executive Committee of the Association of Advertising Producers and on the Advisory Boards of the Indian Digital Media Awards. Roopak attended The Doon School and holds an MBA from INSEAD, where he is also an occasional guest lecturer. A diplobrat, his education, work and life have allowed him to live in ten countries on six continents and to speak nine languages. Roopak is obsessed with Japanese cuisine, single malt, Tintin and trivia and lives in Bombay with his TV personality/actress wife, Tara and two sons, Zen and Kai. He is a Fellow of the sixth class of the Kamalnayan Bajaj Fellowship and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.