“At an early stage of my life itself, I had picked up things that were part of a society in various places I traveled or studied. My mum was from Bombay, so I picked up a few things from there. I was a Cottonian, picked up a few things from there and then I moved to an international school, I was exposed to a lot of values at a very early age.”

“Through all these experiences, the one thing I kept coming back to was how one should be purpose-driven and mission-driven and how important that really is. Our goal with The Hub was to create a safe space where imperfect people can come together and feel normal and for them to be their true selves.”

“One thing that I felt I unlearned while growing up was ego. Up till a certain age, everything you do, you have complete control over. If things go good, you think that you’re riding momentum and things are working in your favor – you think you are the reason why it is running smoothly. But once you see life and have ups and downs, you begin to realize that there are a lot more factors that are in play. You play a very small role in a very big world. When you realize that, you need people. You need a community who share the highs and support the lows.”

“As a kid, I didn’t know what I wanted to become but I knew I wanted to build something or start something. I wanted there to be a community around what I build. It’s like belonging somewhere with a supportive environment and I believe I always saw value in that. And that’s what the Hub is. I am Azaan Sait.