Manipal Global Education Services (MaGE) announced the appointment of Robin Bhowmik as the Chief Business Officer of Manipal's Global Academy of Banking, Insurance and Financial Services (BFSI) based out of Bengaluru.
In his role, Robin will be responsible for driving overall revenue and business growth across all verticals including Banking, Insurance, Fintech and NBFC's leading all market-facing functions such as Sales, Marketing and strategic alliances.
An innovative, entrepreneurial, growth and results-driven executive with over 24 years of global experience, he is a recognized expert in using both consumer and enterprise technology with proven ability to drive disruption within Industries that include Education, Banking and Healthcare.
"Robin has successfully delivered organic and inorganic growth while leading geographically diverse teams for Fortune 500 clients earlier. His illustrious track record with a combination of calibre, zeal and values makes him an ideal and well-regarded leader for this role. He is a people and customer centred individual with a strong history of creating highly engaged teams. We look forward to working with him and scale to the next stage of strategic development," said Ravi Panchanadan, MD and CEO, MaGE.
Coming from a technology background, in the past, Robin was associated with companies like Hewlett Packard, CSC, Sify Technologies. He has led global teams within the technology industry across Europe, Asia Pacific and Japan and has performed leadership roles within industries that include Healthcare, Telecommunications and Financial Services.
Robin is an alumnus of University of California, Berkeley, Haas School of Business and additionally holds a bachelor's degree in International Relations from Jadavpur University, an Advanced Diploma from NIIT in Systems Management and a Post Graduate Diploma in Management from Calcutta University.
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