About H2I™

To make education innovative and creative.

To market innovative products in the education sector.


H2I Brand Identity
H2I is a new formula for innovation, like H2O for water. Circular unit represents a global network and a cross section of a thinking mind (motifs inside the globe). Happy 2 Innovate™ radiates out of the globe. Blue color represents innovation.


Core Team

 Anuj Chaudhary
 Head, Business Development

Anuj has been working closely in the field of design thinking for over 10 years. At H2I, he brings his product development experience and design centric approach to solve problems to create value for clients through products and services. He also handles client relationships and business development  at H2I.

Before founding H2I, he has worked closely with various teams to design solutions for clients like Unilever, Heinz, General  Mills, Pfizer, Future Group, Tata Realty and Infrastructure at DY Works. He was also involved in design of Wealth  Management modules for one of the most innovative products from Infosys i.e., Finacle. He has completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Communications Management and Entrepreneurship from Mudra Institute of Communications, Ahmedabad and B.Tech in Electronics and Telecommunication from Bharti Vidyapeeth College of Engineering.

He is an avid reader and looks for opportunity and solutions in every adversity. His approach to new idea discovery treads back to problem-solution mindset and by joining dots in consumer behavior. He strongly believes that India can lead the design revolution with a design centric mindset to develop innovative products and solutions. 

  Riddhi Jaydeo Chokhawala
  Creative Head

Riddhi Jaydeo Chokhawala has over 10 years of experience in design solutions. She heads product innovation at H2I and leverages her experience as an Architect, as a Product Designer and as a Film maker to create 360 degree design centric innovative solutions for the clients.

She has worked on architectural projects like Ishanya Mall in Yerwada, Pune and the Guru Nanak Hospital in Bandra, Mumbai. At Tata Elxsi Visual Computing Labs, she worked on the production of various commercial films such as One Night with the King (2006), Jodhaa Akbar (2008) and a Nat-Geo documentary on Mumbai's deluge of 26 July 2005. At Honeywell Technology Solutions, Bangalore, she worked on few infrastructural development projects such as the Remote Infrastructure Management (R.I.M) and E-waste Management.

In Observer Research Foundation Mumbai, a public-policy think tank, she has been a Research Fellow and a Creative Communications Expert. She made a documentary on the Mithi River, ‘Making the Sewer…A River Again’ and a film on Natural Farming - "Farming - The Gandhian Way". 
Riddhi has worked with the MCGM in creating a mass-awareness anti-malaria campaign titled, 'Mumbai Against Malaria; Fight the Bite' where she designed the hoardings, bus-shelter displays, posters and cinema slides along with awareness booklets in multiple languages, which are distributed across hospitals and slums as a part of the campaign.  

She has completed her Bachelors in Architecture (B.Arch) from Mumbai University (2005) where her thesis was 'Sports and Recreation Complex at Seawoods, Navi Mumbai' for which she was nominated for the Charles Correa Gold Medal for the Best Thesis in Mumbai. Thereafter, she completed her Masters in Design (M.Des.) from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur.