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Greeshma Thampi is an MBA from Welingkar Institute of Management, Mumbai and a Business Management Graduate from Narsee Monjee College, Mumbai. She is a Certified Image Consultant trained by the Senior most Image Consultant internationally.
She is also the Master Trainer at the “Femina Believe Learning Academy” (A Times of India initiative). She has conducted over 800 workshops addressing close to 15,000 participants in India, Middle East and South East Asia. She has also coached CEOs and Entrepreneurs on various aspects of Image Management and Executive Presence.

Global Business india cultural consultant Greeshma Thampi Prior to setting up the company, Greeshma has worked as an HR professional with an IT MNC. She has successfully designed and delivered quality corporate training programs for employees at various levels and across industries like Manufacturing, IT, Luxury Automobile, Consulting, Banking & Finance, Insurance, Education, Media, Retail and Pharma.

Greeshma has conducted training programs for companies like Audi, Bank of America, Johnson & Johnson, Mastercard, Deloitte, Nomura, Oracle, Boston Consulting Group, Tata Group, to name a few.

Greeshma was recently felicitated by the “Influencer’s Award” by Qween for making an impact in the lives of people through her trainings and coaching initiatives.

By combining learning’s from management education, professional experience and people skills, she encourages people to reach their potential through Image Management. She has featured as an expert on dining etiquette on the first reality television show on image management in the world, “Image Banani Hai” on Zoom.
Greeshma is also featured as an Etiquette & Communication expert on Glamrs.com, a leading video content company. She has been interviewed on Radio City 91.1 and has featured in various national dailies like Times of India, Economic Times, Mumbai Mirror, Times Ascent, Bombay Times, DNA and The New Indian Express and magazines like Femina.