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Anjana Vivek
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VentureBean Consulting Private Limited


Anjana Vivek, Director, VentureBean Consulting and Guest Faculty, IIM Bangalore and IIM Udaipur, is a Fellow Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI), with 30 years work experience. Other positions held by her include COO at NSRCEL, IIMB and Vice President, Ernst & Young, heading their due diligence practice for South India. Prior to turning an entrepreneur in 2005, she was a full time faculty at IIMB.

VentureBean Consulting Private Limited (VBC) has been founded by Anjana with two others. The company provides strategic consulting and assists in operational implementation with a reputation for quality service. It has received accolades from clients and media, national and international, for a pioneering approach in consulting and people development. The company achieved a milestone in January 2016 with 100 clients. In March 2016, another milestone was achieved with the launch of Fund-a-Venture in March 2016, an online information platform to connect investors with entrepreneurs as part of the VentureBean Start-up India initiative. 


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