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Trescon, a global events and consulting firm announced the formation of its advisory board to provide strategic planning and expertise, with Dr Ganesh Natarajan being the latest inclusion into the Board.

Ex-Chairman of mid-cap software services firm Zensar Technologies, Dr Ganesh has been credited for taking the company's revenue from Rs.40 crores to Rs.2500 crores. After retiring from Zensar in mid-2016, Dr Ganesh founded 5F World, a platform for skills, start-ups and social ventures in India. Ganesh is Chairman of Social Venture Partners India and a global board member of SVP. He also chairs Pune City Connect and Knowledge Management at CII.

Prior to that, Ganesh worked for ten years in APTECH, a global training major, and Zensar Technologies, a global software firm which he led as its Vice Chairman and CEO till early 2016. Ganesh's industry responsibilities include Chairman of NASSCOM Foundation, President of the HBS Club of India and a member of the National Council of the CII.

Among other appointments to the Trescon advisory board are Axel Angeli, Digital Transformation Evangelist and Founder, Logosworld; Dr. Paritosh Basu, Senior Professor, School of Management, NMIMS University and Ex CFO, Reliance Communications; Dr Sid Ahmed Benraoua Ne, PH.D. Professor - Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota, USA Advisor to MENA Governments; Dr Satyam Priyadarshy, Chief Data Scientist, Halliburton; and Kent Kristensen, Chairman, Messenger Bank.

"The search for specific advisory board members to impact the way we do our business has been a very strategic and a thoughtful process. And with the extensive experience that Dr Ganesh Natarajan brings in the field of technology, I believe we will be able to deliver the best tech content to our audience through our events", said Trescon CEO Mohammed Saleem.

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First Published: Fri, April 06 2018. 15:30 IST
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