Bailey Fisher assists Indian entrepreneurs

Indian entrepreneurs visited Bailey Fisher Executive Search last week to gain insight into running and growing a successful family-owned enterprise, as part of a month-long immersion programme at the Judge Business School.

The visit formed part of an immersion programme in entrepreneurship for MBA students from Ahmedabad University.  The students, all of whom are involved in running their own family businesses, visited Bailey Fisher as part of the month-long programme run by Cambridge’s Judge Business School.  Shai Vyakarnam, Director of the Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning at the Judge arranged for the students to meet for interactive sessions with inspirational family-owned companies in Cambridge.    

Paul Bailey and Ann Fisher, Founding Partners of Bailey Fisher, enjoyed spending time with the students at Bailey Fisher’s offices in St John’s Innovation Centre.  Two of the key points that the students took away from the session were the importance of bringing a Chairman into the business as a trusted third party, and the importance of recruiting and empowering the right team to help an ambitious business fulfil its potential. 

“I was discussing with Shai Vyakarnam the other day that it is possible to find organisations that do the kind of work that you are into but almost impossible to replicate the manner in which you guys do it. I was really impressed.  Thank you for all your support.” Taral Pathak, Professor & Co-ordinator Entrepreneurial MBA, Ahmedabad University 

Bailey Fisher is a leading independent executive search and advisory firm with offices in Cambridge and London. Established in 1998, the company has an unrivalled reputation in the technology and high-growth space. We are often engaged by clients on multiple searches, building the board and senior management teams for companies ranging from pre-revenue start-ups to public companies across a broad range of technology sectors.

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