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Dr. Suvrashis Sarkar

Dr. Suvrashis Sarkar is an award-winning Marketing professional, Management Trainer, an award-winning Researcher and Author. He has 17 years of Marketing Management experience in world-renowned organisations such as Unilever, Sojitz, Bajaj, Sahara and 19 years of Teaching experience which started alongside his Marketing career. He is proficient in the subject matter of Strategic Marketing, Brand Management, Marketing Research, Integrated Marketing Communication, Design Thinking, Intellectual Property Rights Management and Quality Management. In the last 19 years, he has trained more than 4000 management students, aspiring managers and business professionals so far in various areas of Business Management. He has been an award winner in all his endeavours – Best Student of the School, Topper and Merit-scholarship winner in Post-Graduation, Chairman’s Award winner for Marketing Excellence being a Marketing professional, Best Researcher Award twice during PhD and also having won a Post-Doctoral fellowship, are notable among his several accolades. His award-winning Research on Intellectual Property Management and Strategic Marketing are published in national & international journals. He is an author of 4 books and 35 Research Papers so far in the area of Intellectual Property Rights and Marketing. He is a PhD in Strategic Marketing from Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies (JBIMS), University of Mumbai. After his PhD, he served as the S. S. Nadkarni Memorial Fellow at JBIMS for his Post – Doctorate Research work for two years. He is a Google Certified Digital Marketer, a Government Certified Quality Management Systems auditor and a Six-Sigma professional. He is also a seasoned Wildlife Photographer and a Global Traveller.

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