Enthrals and inspires the audience for Social Positive Change
Ahmedabad: Babar, the Pashmina Activist was formally invited by the premier management institute of India, the Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad and hosted on campus for three days. He was invited to share his work with the profiled audience at the campus and share his project work with the CIIE (Centre for Innovation Incubation and Entrepreneurship). Babar is the founder of the Global Pashmina Goat Project and the institute had organized the talk for the final year business management students and international exchange students where the focus was Social change and building a social enterprise. Babar’s talk was attended by professors and deans including the professor and dean of CEPT University, Anne Feenstra.
Babar took the opportunity to share his journey and challenges faced by him and the creative ways of finding solutions to problems and how he has been able to manage a large impact with his work. As a serial entrepreneur and an abstract artist, he has been working to create global attraction for J&K with his work. Featured regularly in state, national and international media, he has been referred many times as “the most credible man on Pashmina in the world”. He is also a proud recipient of the Shri. Rabindranath Tagore, B R Ambedkar Award, Rajiv Gandhi Excellence and Bharat Gaurav Awards. As a professional Babar has worked with top organizations including McKinsey & Company Inc. and Computer Associates in India, USA, UK, Middle East and Saudi Arabia as a Business Consultant, Hacker and an Information Security Architect and Project Manager. He is a graduate in Electronics and a Post Graduate in Business and hold over 25 High End International Business and Computer Certifications and is also a Certified PMP from PMI (USA).