The Mastermind “Emerging Business Elite” Workshops

“Understanding the Indian Business Space”

  • Friday, June 18, 2021
  • Friday, August 6, 2021
  • both 6 am to 10 am PT via MS Teams

 

We are teaming up with the Apex Group in Mumbai to support ABM clients who want to learn about business opportunities in India.

“Leveraging the rising India opportunity holds tremendous potential for the ABM Network. Being rooted in the Indigenous business space, ABMers already operate with a high degree of cultural competence and understand the value of relationships and family. We think this will resonate well with the Indian companies we work with. We are looking forward to starting the process of relationship development by providing an understanding of India as a country and as a business destination.” Subhasis Ghosh, Managing Partner with the Apex Group

“The ABM Network is entrepreneurial and dynamic. When we met Subhasis Ghosh at ABM Vancouver Island in 2019, we knew there were future opportunities to explore. Now, two years later, we are excited to connect ABMers with the Apex Group’s expertise and network.” L. Maynard Harry, Partner with ABM

About the Workshop

Our objective is to provide a basic understanding of India, the second-most populous country, the seventh-largest country by land area, and the largest democracy in the world.

According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the Indian economy in 2019 was nominally worth $2.9 trillion; it is the fifth-largest economy by market exchange rates and is around $11 trillion, the third-largest by purchasing power parity [1]. With its average annual GDP growth rate of 5.8% over the past two decades, and reaching 6.1% during 2011–2012 [2], India is one of the world’s fastest-growing economies.

The workshop is designed to foster the sharing of knowledge and conversation with Subhasis Ghosh and Deepak Jakate, the facilitators, in a small cohort of five to 10 decision-makers.

Click here for the agenda.

About the Facilitators

Subhasis Ghosh is a business leader Start-up Mentor and Angel Investor with over three decades of Leadership experience in diverse industry sectors internationally. He has headed a portfolio of infrastructure and service business units for two Fortune 500 conglomerates and contributed towards multi-country programs for two national government organizations. He has provided strategic and operational leadership in maritime/logistics/aviation/infrastructure and related services. Subhasis has the ability to enter unfamiliar areas; evaluate strategic fit; guide existing businesses in challenging markets; and assess people, process, and technology performance.

Deepak Jakate is a seasoned management professional with in-depth experience and expertise in logistics, supply chain management, business planning, and strategy with over 28 years of experience in industry, academics, and consulting. He has held leadership positions in the above areas in large professionally managed corporations and is an expert in the use of tools such as BPR and Six Sigma (in which he holds a black belt). He has leveraged his techno-managerial educational background (B. Tech. – IT BHU [Metallurgical Engineering], PGDM – IIM Bangalore [Operations and Finance]) to help numerous companies plan and execute innovative strategies as well as improve operational efficiency.

Subhasis and Deepak are based in Mumbai and are 12.5 hours ahead of the Pacific time zone; hence the early start.

About the Apex Group

Apex Group helps businesses achieve more for themselves and for stakeholders, through M&A Advisory, and mentors Founders and Business Owners through Mastermind Workshops. Apex Group is comprised of professionals with deep experience in India’s private and government sector as well as internationally in sectors including maritime, logistics, petrochemical, retail, and aerospace.

Cost per Person and Workshop
– $650
– $500 for ABM Clients

Click here to register for June 18 or August 6.

 

1.World Economic Outlook Database, April 2021. IMF.org. International Monetary Fund. April 2021.
2.Stockholm International Peace Research Institute 2008, p. 178.