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BMA INDIA

Profit From Analytics

Friday 26th Aug, 2016

BMA announces the 2nd in a series of ‘Crucial Conversations with Leaders’ on the current mantra “Profit From Analytics”

About the Event

Analytics and the ability to use customer generated data is disrupting existing business models and creating a new discipline where companies need to develop this competency or run the risk of not being able to compete with their peers. 10 years ago the mantra was embrace digital and social media or perish. Today the mantra is embrace Analytics or perish. Analytics based companies ranging from Flipkart to Redbus to small start-up like travel-khana are creating efficiencies and a deeper consumer understanding. The list is endless. . The normal expectation is that analytics is fine for digital companies and also for large corporations like Hindustan Lever, P&G, Maruti etc. But the truth is that the principles of analytics can be applied by small and medium sized organisations also. These companies can create an analytics culture in the company which will result in decisions being taken based on data and not only on past wisdom. . Research has shown that companies which have embraced an analytics culture are more profitable than their counterparts. Come hear it from the expert himself .

Facilitator

Niteen Bhagwat is an MBA from IIM Ahmedabad, he spent his initial years in sales and marketing and then, the last 26 years with the FCB Ulka Group, during which he has led teams on several large businesses including FMCG, Technology and Automobile brands. Niteen is currently the CEO of Asterii Analytics.

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Time

5.00 pm to 5.30 pm – Networking & Tea

5.30 pm to 7.00 pm – Conversation and Q&A

Venue

(in partnership with)

Dr. V N Bedekar Institute of Management Studies

Building No. 4, Jnanadweep, Chendani Bunder Road, Thane (W) – 400601

For free invitation contact:

Sundeep Gokhale

M: +91 9820105483;

T: +91 22 22047650 / 9698;

Email: clothy@bma-india.com

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REACHING THE UNREACHED: AN ENDEAVOUR

Saturday 27th Aug, 2016

‘Crucial Conversation with Leaders’ on what matters to us as a Society, and as a Nation.
“Reaching the Unreached – An endeavour”

Facilitator

Poonam S. Bhonsale is an Associate Director – Operations and works closely on organisational development, with her inputs and support in Human Resource Management, technological expertise, and improving communication with internal and external stakeholders of Door Step School. She is involved in developing proposals and donor reports for the organization. She has volunteered through Teach India for two years wherein she played the role of mentor for learners to improve their basic communication skills in the English language. Prior to Door Step School, she worked as a software developer in an IT firm in Mumbai and later switched to the development sector with a strong intent to work for the cause of education of marginalized children. Poonam has a B.E in Computer Engineering from Mumbai University and is pursuing a part time MBA in Social Entrepreneurship from NMIMS University in Mumbai. View Complete Profile

About the Program

In Mumbai, over 36,000 children live on streets, 13% (51,741) children drop out from Municipal Schools. Over 400 children live inside Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Mumbai, with little access to the outside world, and as a matter of fact, away from the all the qualitative educational schemes and interventions of government. With so many dismal figures about the status of children, one would often wonder where we as a nation are headed. Are we really reaching out to the children who need more opportunities for development, or are we just concentrating on the ones who are privileged and can be easily reached? Door Step School saw this challenge as an opportunity, in 1988, and started its work of imparting education to the marginalised.

Ms. Poonam Bhonsale will share the unique interventions of Door Step School, Pragat Shikshan Sanstha and University of Life. The approach of these 3 NGOs will help us understand how these organisations are unique. She will leave us with a couple of options of how we can actually engage with these initiatives, through volunteering and references, and help make a difference.

Time

5.00 pm to 5.30 pm – Networking & Tea

5.30 pm to 7.00 pm – Sharing & Conversation

Venue

(In partnership with)

Maharashtra Mitra Mandal (MCubed) Library,
Princess Building, Near Bandra Gymkhana, D’Monte Park Road, Bandra (West), Bombay 400050.
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For Invites please connect with:

Sundeep Gokhale

M: +91 9820105483;

T: +91 22 22047650 / 9698;
Email: clothy@bma-india.com

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37th BMA Awards

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Biodiversity and sustainability in Green CSR

Tree plantation is one of the most popular CSR projects under environmental CSR. Plantations that support pollinators benefit both humans and the local biodiversity. This initiative provides opportunities for employees and community engagement. For any plantation activity, perennial water supply is crucial. Fresh water availability is decreasing and there are issues of managing and disposal […]

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Law on Workplace Sexual Harassment

Almost 16 years after the Supreme Court pronounced its judgment in Vishaka case which for the first time laid down guidelines on this subject, the Indian legislature enacted The Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013 to ensure safe and healthy environment for women at workplace. This workshop is todiscuss and […]

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