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Friday 29th Jul, 2016

Business owners, Professionals,Aspiring Entrepreneurs,Employees, and Students –everyone needs a website to communicate to the world effectively.


  • Install a Payment Gateway to start receiving money online for your services
  • Create and monetize your Blog
  • Enhance your website with Pictures and Videos
  • Automatically backup your website
  • Add more features to your website etc.


Mr. Rishi Gangoly is Founder of Techy Dudes, Co-Founder of Free Learning Resources. He is an Ex-Apple India’s first Website Coach.He is an Email Marketing Coach and Technology Coach for Webdudes.in. He has been training people to create websites with zero Technical Background since 2012. He specializes in certified training (ACT), certified technical coordinator (ACTC), and certified support professional (ACSP). He worked as System Engineer for Apple for 3 years. He is a freelance certified trainer for Apple certified courses; He developed an IT team in India office of Mutual Mobile.


10.00am to 6.00pm


Kohinoor Business School, Kohinoor City, Kohinoor City Rd, Premier Colony, Kurla, Mumbai, Maharashtra 40007.

Registration Fees:

Fees include Taxes, Lunch, Tea/Coffee, PC for Hands-On and Study material.

Cheque / DD in favour of ‘Bombay Management Association’

BMA Members: Rs.4,000/-

Non-Members: Rs.5,000/-

For more details, contact

Veena Amolik

M: +91 8828205004

T: +9122 22047650 / 9698

E: veena@bma-india.com

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“Learning to Change, while Technology opens up new Vistas: The soft aspects are hard to understand”

Tuesday 02nd Aug, 2016

BMA Announces the 1st in a series of Crucial Conversations with leaders on the theme ‘Riding the Wave of Disruption’

This crucial subject and conversation will explore what can be done to stay on top.

Session Synopsis:

“Today`s business scenario, is characterized by revolutionary changes in technology, which is opening up opportunities for companies some of who are adopting these to create new models of business. The resultant changes are disruptive in the market since they challenge conventional models. Early mover companies that are able to embrace and leverage these technologies stay ahead of the competitor pack. The technology advantage is exponential compared with the competitive advantage that companies can derive by the dimensions of organic or inorganic growth. In a sense, it is the third dimension of a company’s future that can reach a zenith if successful, or a nadir if the changes required in structure, improved competencies and synchronous efforts fail.


Yogi Sriram, is Senior Vice President – Corporate Human Resources, Larsen & Toubro Limited, a USD 16 billion technology, engineering, construction, manufacturing and financial services conglomerate, with global operations.

Mr Sriram has 39 years of experience in the HRD function, of which over 26 are in Leading Human Resources teams in companies of major significance such as Asea Brown Boveri Limited, BP and the Taj Group (Tata). His areas of interest are succession planning, career sculpting, team coaching, talent management and change management, having successfully contributed to the architecture and execution in these areas in leadership roles, in very large and diverse organizations. He has published papers in journals of international repute and has built a reputation as a successful thought leader and implementer having laid the foundation for most of L&T’s signature leadership programs.


5.00 pm to 5.30 pm – Tea & Networking

5.30 pm to 7.30 pm – Interactive Session


Board Room, IBS Business School, Hiranandani Knowledge Park, Opp. Hiranandani Hospital, Off. Technology Street, Hiranandani Gardens, Powai, Mumbai – 400076

For Registrations Contact:

Sundeep Gokhale

+91 9820105483;

T: +91 22 22047650 / 9698

Email: sundeep.gokhale@bma-india.com


In Association with





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37th BMA Awards

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Inventory Control Techniques and Best Practices in Indian & International Industry

Objectives To familiarise the participants about importance of inventory management. To bring out the linkages between inventory management and financial performance of companies To share techniques and best practices of managing inventory To share emerging/ future trends in inventory management. Benefits Participants will not only benefit by enhancing their knowledge of the subject, they will […]

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Business Shāstra

Objective To enable entrepreneurs create a vision and mission for their business. Program contents The BUSINESS Shāstra Model Power of Leverage Creating a vision and mission statement for the business Skills required to be a great entrepreneur Who should attend? Entrepreneurs, Aspiring Entrepreneurs, Business Owners of start-ups and Sales Heads Facilitator: Mr. Hariharan is the founder […]

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