I am an M.B.A from London Metropolitan University and M.Sc (Biotechnology) from Bangalore University. I am currently the Director/ Chief Co Ordinator of British South India Chamber of Commerce, I am also part of Next Generation Network, a programme run by U.K India business council (which is backed by the U.K Government through UK Trade and investment) to bring together the next generation of top entrepreneurs and business leaders. I am the fellow and RSA Connector (India Ambassador) of Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA) (Patron - Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II ; President - HRH The Princess Royal). In the year 2011, I was featured by Entrepreneur Country Magazine as some of the best entrepreneurs in the U.K who are under the age of 30. In the year 2012, I was nominated for UK's prestigious National Young Masters Enterprise Awards (in association with Google) for Best Business Pitch.
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