Imarticus Learning is pleased to announce that with the appointment of Apurva Sheth as Executive Director of Corporate Relations, we have further strengthened our Corporate Relations team. Apurva will be managing the training needs of Financial Services firms, as he has experience in delivering large training mandates across organisations around the world…Read MoreLearn more
When Nikhil Barshikar, founder and managing director of Imarticus Learning, launched his venture in 2012, he chose to focus on finance and analytics because that was his forte.
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