Vikash Mittersain

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Vikash Mittersain is the Chairman and Managing Director of “Nazara Technologies Pvt. Ltd.” started in the year 2000 employing 200 and his company has been awarded consistently for the last three years in the category of fastest growing top 50 companies in India and amongst the top 500 companies in Asia Pacific by Deloitte.

Nazara Technologies is expanding to be a Global company and has already started operations in the Middle East with Head Quarters in Dubai and in Europe with its Head Quarters in London. Nazara Technologies would be soon setting up their offices in Hong Kong and South Africa.

Apart from this he has a company in ecommerce, in the Food industry called Gourmet Company and Mitter Green Solutions Pvt. Ltd. is a company related to Climate Care.

He is married to the daughter of Padma Vibhushan Dr. B.K. Goyal, eminent Cardiac surgeon attached to the Bombay Hospital – Mumbai. He has a Son and Daughter who have created their own identities and are well respected in business and social circles.

He is the Founder & President of India Business Group, a Chamber of Commerce which is growing rapidly and will soon touch 3500 Members. This Chamber connects with all segments and sectors of Business. The Chamber would be focusing on 12 major sectors and would be connecting worldwide through various events and Members who are global in nature. The Chamber has already Cooperating arrangements with 20 Chambers around the world and many more are expected to join us as Cooperating Chambers.

He is well connected in the business and Political circles both in Maharashtra and New Delhi. He is also well known in the Expats and Consulate circles in Mumbai.

He has a vast experience spanning over 30 years in business in multiple sectors and connected to almost all important sectors of business as the President of IBG.


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