Mumbai: Marking a significant addition to its leadership ranks, EverVantage Consulting LLP, a leading real estate consultancy with pan India presence, has announced the appointment of Apurva Shah as its Country Manager. In his capacity, Apurva will be responsible for spearheading the company’s business operations.
A seasoned real estate professional, Apurva brings about nearly two decades of experience across investment broking, leasing, advisory, business consulting, capital markets and entrepreneurship. He also boasts of a versatile track record in business leadership and strategy building, product development, operations, organizational structuring, finance and funding, and sales and marketing.
Over the course of his professional career, Apurva has held leadership roles at several prestigious firms including Kanakia Spaces Pvt. Ltd. and CB Richard Ellis South Asia Pvt. Ltd. Prior to joining EverVantage, the industry veteran was associated with JLL India as Director – Capital Markets.
Speaking on the appointment, Sudhanshu Kejriwal, Co-Founder & Managing Partner, EverVantage, said, “We are pleased to welcome a highly regarded professional like Apurva on board. Having worked with International Property Consultancies (IPCs), developers and startups, he comes with rich and diverse experience in the real estate sector in India. We are confident that Apurva’s knowledge, skills and prowess will add great value to EverVantage’s team. We look forward to reaching new heights under his exceptional leadership.”
Apurva added, “Within a short span of time, EverVantage has established its position as a marquee real estate consultant in India. Despite the challenges faced by the industry, the company has managed to obtain impressive milestones. They have steadily built a robust business with a focussed approach and are at an influx of explosive growth. I am delighted to be associated with EverVantage and excited to drive their growth journey. As the Country Manager, it will be my constant endeavor to further fortify the current businesses and look at new avenues for growth.”