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Rahul Chowdhury was an software engineer with an IT company 7 years ago. Today he is embarking on an MBA program at the Kellogg School of Management.
Aruna Prabhakaran was working in IT for 5 years in Bangalore. After her MBA from the Wharton School, she works in New York helping startups with their strategy.
Hear both Rahul and Aruna speak about their journeys in a 3-hour informative, interactive seminar in Bangalore, which will help answer your questions on doing an MBA from a Top US BSchool! What’s more those attending this seminar will also get a complimentary 30-minute profile evaluation from our experts, and a GMAT-MBA starter-kit (Comprehensive GMAT Booklet, Success speak from students who have got into Harvard, ISB etc about their journey).
A single Sunday afternoon can transform your professional career!
Who is this seminar for?
If you are a mid-level professional and thinking how an MBA from a top US BSchool such as Harvard, Wharton, Stanford, Kellogg etc then perhaps the following questions bother you:
Hear it from experts – those who have been there and done that. We present an interactive seminar where we will tackle all the above questions and more. The seminar will be delivered by our panel of experts:
About the Speakers:
Rahul started his professional career as a Software Engineer working with one of the leading IT companies and with a Fortune 500 Insurance company as client, helped him realize that his interest was more towards the front-end of business. He went back to school, MDI Gurgaon, to further developed his interest in consumer behaviour and marketing. Post this, for the last 6 years he has been with ITC, where he has worked across categories and functions ranging from handling India’s largest FMCG Brand as Assistant Brand Manager to building a distribution network from scratch for ITC’s Personal Care products.
Rahul now aspires to work across the other side of the spectrum – the developed markets. With the intent to move his career forward in International Business and Marketing, Rahul would be joining Kellogg school of Management this summer. He hopes this experience will add critical cross cultural and cross market nuances to his skills as a marketer and aid in establishing him as a marketing professional capable of handling any kind of assignment.
Aruna has a decade of entrepreneurial experience in India and in the US. As a student at The Wharton Business School with the Class of 2009, she was awarded the Edward B. Shils/Leonard L. Zeidman Fellowships in Entrepreneurship from the Wharton Entrepreneurial Program for the year 2007-08. She is founding member of CrackVerbal and continues as a strategic advisor on business operations. She spearheads the MBA Application services where she has helped candidates reach to top programs such as Harvard, Stanford, Kellogg, and Darden. She is a perfectionist and coaches applicants on how best to navigate the complex application process. She helps chisel an applicant’s profile, carve out an optimal application strategy, provides exhaustive essay review and helps applicants hone their interview skills for B schools of their choice.