Pranab K. Pani


Pranab K. Pani

  • Domain agnostic Startup Mentor, Corporate Business Advisor
  • 25 years in the corporate senior management roles
  • BD, Marketing, Corporate Strategy, M&A, PR & Branding Pro
  • Experience in IT, Healthcare, Education, Tourism, Aviation
  • Well Networked Doer with acknowledged credentials
  • Management Speaker, Social Influencer, Thought Leader, Talk-show Host
  • Author, Columnist, Editor, Social Commentator, Voice Over, Startup/Hackathon Jury

Managing Director : Talendeate beyond Border P Ltd.

Former Co-Founder & Managing Director : MTMC Medi-Info P Ltd.

Startup Mentor, National Pool Mentor for STPI, GoI in NGIS scheme, Business Advisor on the Board of established companies, Author (3rd book Road Signs -an Anthology of Essays, Foreword written by Mrs Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw), Editor, Columnist (YourStory), Management Speaker, mostly addressing students in various colleges and universities across India, including IIMs, Voice Over, PR, Branding & Communication Specialist, Social Commentator, Book Critic, Talk-show Host.

Over 25 years Corporate Experience in Sr. Management roles working for several private companies engaged in different businesses (IT, Aviation, Infrastructure, Water, Healthcare, Education, and Media & Entertainment). Extensively networked, invested in strong contacts and excellent relationship management.

Believing that humanity is the best religion, he’s a popular and respected go-to gentleman, in all eventualities by many people in any need and support as a social worker.

  • Director Technology & Innovation India in Global Opportunity Commercialization Pty (GOC), Melbourne
  • National Pool Mentor in NextGen Innovation Scheme (NGIS) by STPI, Gov of India
  • Former National Director PRCI, Vice Chairman YCC and Editor Chanakya, L&D’s Ekakshara Journals, The Health Neuron Journal
  • Thinking Beyond Border- Live Talk Show Host
  • Nodal Person Bangalore MoParivar, Odisha Gov
  • Trustee Santwana Seva Trust
  • Core Member MTSN & CoAST civil societies for the support of migrants during pandemic