I am a market growth specialist working on new and innovative lending products and managed a $10 M portfolio of SME’s and MNC’s. I started my professional journey as an Engineer at Reliance Industries and then having failed at my own startup, I joined a fintech startup in the consumer lending space to build their offline market network from scratch.
Undergrad School: RV College of Engineering
Undergrad Major: Instrumentation Technology
Age: 29, Ethnicity: Asian or Indian
Other Degree/Certification: Online PG Diploma in Product Management
School Name: Duke University
Extracurriculars: Volunteering as an English Teacher for Youth for Seva NGO, Electrical Team lead for the SAE (Society of Automotive Engineering) Project which involved manufacturing Formula prototype car, Won the Badminton competition among 15 teams organized by the company
Title: Business Development Manager
Industry: Banking & Finance
Length of Employment: 2 yrs, 5 mos
Title: Manager - New Initiatives and Strategy
Length of Employment: , 10 mos
Launched 2 new fintech products. Built the offline network for another fintech startup. Won a Badminton tournament – Officially the only thing I won in sports 😉
I wish to use my skills across industries and functions (operations, sales, product development, and marketing) to grow to a post-MBA consulting role.
Target School: Georgetown McDonough
Considering: Rice Jones, USC Marshall, IU Kelley
You’ve racked up some very strong work experience with quite a few accomplishments that make you a likely admit to the schools on your target list. And by the way, I think you picked excellent schools with fantastic MBA programs given your sub-700 GMAT score and graduation from a non-IIT school. Your involvement in and experience with fintech will make you a highly valued classmate and I think Georgetown would greatly benefit from your presence in its classrooms. Make sure your recommenders sign your praises and amplify the core messages in your application and you should be getting good news from McDonough.
Jeff earned his BA in American Studies at Yale. Jeff worked as an Associate at VO2 Partners, a private equity firm focused on health and wellness ... View Featured Coach
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