Sunil has 25 years of diverse experience working with leading business organizations in India, in the banking, media, and consulting sectors, He has also played an entrepreneurial role in helping grow a small partnership firm to a publicly listed company with the distinction of issuing the most successful IPO in the Indian media sector ever, with subscriptions exceeding US $ 1 billion. He was also part of the Palladium Group’s consulting team in India as Principal Consultant where he assisted companies in their strategy management processes. He was also part of a World bank funded team that worked with numerous Indian companies, across sectors in helping these companies develop overseas markets with a focus on the Triad countries.

He teaches Strategy, International Business and Innovation Management to MBA students in leading business schools in India. He is also a faculty and a mentor for the Goldman Sachs “10,000 Women Entrepreneurs Initiative”. He continues to consult in strategy for companies in India and the Middle East. He is also active in conducting executive education programs. He is also a Principal at the IXL-Center, a Cambridge (Boston) based firm engaged in consulting and training for Innovation.

Sunil has trained extensively with Arthur D. Little at Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, in International Business Strategy. He has also practiced and trained extensively with Kaplan and Norton’s (Harvard Business School) Balanced Scorecard Collaborative in the area of Strategy Execution. He has a full-time MBA from the Indian Institute of Management at Lucknow and Bachelors (Hons) in Economics. Sunil’s research interests include the Internationalization of firms from Emerging Economies.