Mumbai: Greycells Education Limited, pioneers in vocational education & training in sunrise sectors & a listed entity on Bombay Stock Exchange, Mumbai (BSE), announced the appointment of Ms. Meghaa Ghosh as the Chief Strategy Officer for all their brands.
The company’s primary business focus is offering career-centred professional courses leading to industry-relevant skills, job employability and entrepreneurship in the M&E and sports space. The flagship brand EMDI pioneered the concept of Event Management training in India & Dubai in early 2000. The Company also launched the first ever course in Sports Management in India & Dubai.
In her new role, Meghaa will be responsible for developing a comprehensive, strategic plan and growth strategy for all the Greycells brands by collaborating with the promoters and the leadership.
Meghaa brings over 16 years of experience in successfully realising core business objectives across revenue, profit, growth, operations & turnaround across businesses. She has worked with several experiential & media companies in the past including Fountainhead MKTG – a Dentsu Aegis Network Company, Laqshya Media Group, Geometry Global Encompass, Network18 and Radio City.
Commenting on the announcement, Bela Desai, Promoter & Director, Greycells Education Limited said, “We are very excited to have Meghaa on our team. She brings a unique combination of both a business and creative mind to the brand. Our goal continues to be to offer better & reskilling opportunities to both budding and working professionals respectively in this ever-changing & dynamic Media, Entertainment and Sports Management sectors. We have taken this time to implement future-focused strategies to not just further that objective but also enhance the offering.
Commenting on the announcement, Meghaa Ghosh, Chief Strategy Officer, Greycells Education Limited said, “I am excited about this journey with Greycells. They are the pioneers in both experiential & sporting education in the country. As trying and uncertain as these times are, I believe the pandemic is to the education industry what demonetisation was to the payments industry. And we’re geared to raise the bar as we move forward.”