Alan Herrick, Chief Executive Officer of Sapient, the world's largest interactive marketing firm, spoke to BT's Kushan Mitra about how online marketing is changing its India growth plans.
June, 2009: An Indian woman with an MBA from a US university is interviewed by the CEO of an Indian telecommunications company on a muggy Friday afternoon at its Mumbai headquarters
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Located along National Highway 57, the building's red-brick façade gives it a distinct look, even though the side and rear walls are semi-plastered.
As more and more Indians go online, and as entrance exams change from being paper-based to online, it isn't surprising that the most vibrant discussions about MBA courses don't happen in college corridors or at preparation classes, but online
A barrelling economy. Emerging business models that have the international business community keenly watching.
Two years ago, after graduating with honours in botany from St. Xavier's College, Mumbai, Apurva Mathur was clear about pursuing a vocation in environmental protection.
At 37, Rajiv Nair is working towards an MBA. But he is not a late starter: when he completes the Postgraduate Programme in Management for Senior Executives, or PGPMAX, from the Indian School of Business, or ISB, Hyderabad, in mid-2011, he would have earned his second MBA. Back in 1998, Nair pocketed his first MBA diploma from Mumbai's Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, or NMIMS. And that MBA has served him well.
When not clinching deals for the Who's Who of corporate India, Shruti Rajan, a corporate lawyer at one of India's biggest law firms, likes to de-stress with highheelconfidential.com, a blog chock-a-block with front row gossip and Bollywood celeb styles.
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