CNBC-TV18 and Lufthansa roll out season 2 of 'All for this one moment'

MUMBAI: CNBC-TV18, along with Lufthansa Airlines, will soon roll out the second season of All For This One Moment.

Starting 20 August, the eight-part series will showcase lives and achievements of business leaders and give budding entrepreneurs the opportunity to meet business legends.

Set against the backdrop of Lufthansa's first-class terminal, the show will be hosted by 

CNBC-TV18 executive editor Shereen Bhan.

With the theme 'Aspiration meets Inspiration' the show will provide opportunity to eight young entrepreneurs to interact with successful business people like Ram Shriram, Shobhana Bhartia, Kiran Karnik, Anil Agarwal, Kalpana Morparia, Dr. Parthap Reddy, Y.C.Deveshwar and Kishore Biyani in a one-on-one conversation, learning what drives them to excellence.

"The first season redefined genres by providing the new generation of entrepreneurs with an unprecedented opportunity to meet the business legends and get a first hand account of their achievements. We are confident that Season 2 will continue to inspire entrepreneurs in India," says TV-18 business media director Ajay Chacko.

"Today's tough economic scenario calls for innovative solutions and this series provides a wonderful platform for generating such creative ideas. We are proud to be associated with this program in which India's business legends share the defining moments on their path to success with the next generation," avers Lufthansa director South Asia Axel Hilgers.

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