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A technology and business enthusiast with 3 years of experience and demonstrated history of working in a cross-functional environment; skilled in effective communication, problem-solving, and prioritizing and eliminating challenges; possess an analytical and innovative outlook.
Target School: IU Kelley
Considering: ESADE, Tepper
Invited to Interview: ESADE
See More Profiles For: IU Kelley
Application Status: Open
Undergrad School: VIT Vellore
Undergrad Major: Computer Science and Engineering
Ethnicity: Asian or Indian
Basketball and football - represented high school, collegiate and corporate teams, Social work - volunteered for Tamana NGO, NAB Delhi, GGB social and teaching for Vellore, Music - Certified Grade 3 Pianist from Trinity School of Music, London, Won 2 interstate music competitions in New Delhi, Performed at the South African Embassy
Title: Business Development Manager
Company: Small/medium business
Length of Employment: 1 yr
Company: Fortune 100 Top 10
Length of Employment: 2 yrs, 7 mos
1) Created a solution for 80,000 employees of Publicis which was demoed globally by Mr. Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft and Mr. Arthur Sadoun, CEO of Publicis 2) Won the Best project award at Microsoft
Intend to return to my family business.
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Hello Mr. Businessman Engineer! Thanks for posting. Krista Nannery from mbaMission here. I am so intrigued by your school list! Given your age and stats, schools like Kelley and Tepper are great choices for you. I’m also not surprised that ESADE invited you to interview — between your work experience and extracurriculars, you’re an interesting candidate for them. I’m intrigued about the family business — if it’s significant, you might also want to consider Cornell, which has great family business offerings. IMD might also be worth checking out — I believe they have a Family Business Centre.
I wish you all the best with this process
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