Throughout his 16 years of consulting with Tata and Frost & Sullivan, Amit has advised multinational companies like Samsung and DuPont on more than 50 projects up to $100 million. An IIM MBA and an IIT engineer, he enjoys working with diverse clients with different company maturities, helping them devise growth strategies (both organically or through M&A).
Led the business acquisition initiatives in Southeast Asia; acquiring a business for $20 million and leading the integration of the acquired company's brand and related assets in Singapore.
Strategized the organic growth plan for Malaysia which covered core offerings and identifying new product introductions such as acoustic piping, energy efficient pipes, and green pipes.
Managed the innovation pipeline, new product development, and intellectual property management for fluid handling systems such as rainwater harvesting and siphonic drainage.
Developed a long-term strategic growth business plan for the ASEAN business division of Aliaxis.
Focus areas: Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A), Pricing Strategy, Business Intelligence, Business Plan Development
Frost & Sullivan
2011 - 2013
Designed the information memorandum and financial model for an Indonesian eCommerce company for its partnership with eBay.
Created Samsung's engineering procurement construction (EPC) business growth plan in the ASEAN. Developed revenue projections and identified local partners to explore project and investment opportunities.
Strategized the growth plan and forecasted financials for Sigma Aldrich's molecular diagnostic venture in India. Developed a detailed marketing mix based on a growth workshop with the client's business development team.
Drafted a supply chain strategy for Suntory's category launch in Indonesia.
Designed the pricing strategy for an animal feed substitute for a vaccine by a major Japanese pharmaceutical client.
Built a financial plan with revenue and expense projections for an advanced material supplier to support a successful fundraising round of $12 million.
Developed a cost optimization strategy for a global chemical manufacturer, resulting in an approximately seven-percent reduction in the costs of the addressable base.
Developed a cost reduction strategy for an engineering and heavy vehicle manufacturer in travel and communication and general and administrative expenses which resulted in a ten-percent reduction of the addressable cost base.
Analyzed the business portfolio and management strategy of a $1 billion diversified business group to support resource allocation.
Estimated expected financial returns for Tata's entry into a Middle Eastern country for long distance telephony.