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Canon’s Dr Alok Bharadwaj founds management consultancy, CreoVate

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Canon’s Dr Alok Bharadwaj founds management consultancy, CreoVate

Dr Alok Bharadwaj has started a management consultancy called CreoVate Transformations and Consulting. The new company will focus on change management and business transformation particularly in areas of customer strategy, go-to-market architecture, people capabilities and India entry management for foreign companies.

Bharadwaj spent 16 years in Canon, most recently as the Senior Vice President, Asia Regional Strategy Centre, Singapore. He was earlier Executive VP-COO at Canon India. He has earlier had stints with Motorola Solutions, Tata Group and Usha International.


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