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Marg enters into prolific partnership with Prosci to offer Change Management in India


Marg, a leading training and consulting firm, today officially announced their partnership with Prosci, the global leader in Change Management Solutions. To serve the needs of organizations, Marg will start offering Prosci services that includes Certification Training, Advisory Services and Enterprises licences in India as an official member of Prosci Global Affiliate Network (GAN).

Marg shall initially provide open enrolment Change Management Training Programs across Bangalore, Mumbai and Delhi. They will also facilitate on-site training and advisory services to corporates. To begin with, the first change management program shall be conducted by them from 25th - 27th April 2017 at The Ritz Carlton, Bangalore.

Sudeshna Basu Roy, Co-founder Marg, said, "It's a proud moment for us to be the authorised global affiliate for Prosci. We are delighted to offer the services of Marg and Prosci "Change management" in the environment of India. This association will allow us to cater to the needs of the target audience throughout India, local as well as global organization."

She added, "With this significant partnership, leaders across the country will get an opportunity to effectively demonstrate their role in change of scenario, leading to a progressive environment contributing towards positive transformation."

In order to establish strategic eco-system for the growth of businesses it is mandatory to accommodate a methodology of apt and proactive solutions fulfilling the needs of every enterprise.

About Marg:

Marg incepted in 2007 presently based out of Bangalore was established in Kolkata. Marg provides a wide spectrum of soft skills training to corporates directly as also by suitable partnerships with International leaders in specific areas. Marg Trainers have varied experience across Manufacturing, FMCG, Services and IT industries. Our PAN India presence ie trainer network in Delhi (NCR), Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai, Kolkata and other major cities allows us to provide consistent training to organisations across the country. We are exploring and establishing international training presence in 2017.

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About Prosci:

Founded in 1994, Prosci is the world leader in change management products and benchmarking research. Prosci's tools and methodology - based on best practices research with over 4,500 organizations - are used by more than three-quarters of Fortune 100 companies. The Prosci Methodology has become one of the most widely used approaches to managing the people side of change in and government.

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First Published: Tue, March 21 2017. 16:22 IST