Having learnt the ropes of business at the Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Ahmedabad, Toshan Tamhane joined consultancy giant McKinsey & Company, where he was amongst the youngest associates to make Senior Partner. Toshan has a keen eye for investment and has accumulated years of experience in consulting on strategy and leadership. His versatility as a leader comes from leading multiple departments across a variety of organizations, like India Digital & Analytics Practice, Asia Payments Practice, India Corporate Finance and Private Equity Practice and Asia Financial Institutions Practice.
As Chief Digital Officer at UPL, Toshan understands what drives organic as well as inorganic initiatives in the food industry and how they can be linked with the digital and tech sectors.
Toshan is also on the board of ASK Wealth Advisors as an independent director and shares his knowledge with young minds as part of the faculty at institutions like the SP Jain Institute of Management and Research, Vedica Scholars, etc.
During his 17 years at McKinsey, Toshan published over 15 external reports, providing him with a rich analytical foundation to march towards his dream of “becoming CEO of a Fortune 100 company before turning 50”.
- MBA, IIM Ahmedabad
- BCom, Mumbai University
CEO & Editor-in-Chief, People Matters; ex-Tata Consultancy Services, Hewlett-Packard, Manpower
Chairman, IIM Calcutta Innovation Park; Co-founder, Crayon Data; Chairman, I3G Advisory Network
Director, Centre for Entrepreneurship, Ashoka University; ex-IBM India, PeopleDynamic
Independent Marketing Advisor; ex-HealthifyMe, Simplilearn, Stayzilla
Co-founder & Partner, Studio CoDe; Architect, Designer & Education
Coach & Consultant; ex-The World Bank, India Today Group, The Times Group
Assistant Professor, Ashoka University; ex-State University of New York, Accenture
Founder & Director, The Antara Foundation; President, Alexander Associates; ex-Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, McKinsey & Company
Broadcast Journalist, BBC; ex-Business in the Community, Hatch Enterprise, Free The Children