IndiaThink was founded after a business trip to India resulted in $15,000 in expenses and almost zero dollars in results.  IndiaThink’s founder, Brandi Moore, well understands the frustration of lacking the knowledge, strategies and frameworks to successfully launch or manage a division or outsourced responsibility in India.  Brandi presented that $15,000 expense report to her boss in 2004 and was determined to create the solutions Western executives desperately need to effectively manage business inside India.

Those solutions now exist in the carefully crafted business strategies, knowledge bases and cultural skills that are available to clients through IndiaThink’s extensive Cultural Competency Training.  Brandi developed IndiaThink’s frameworks while working inside high tech teams at Fortune 100 companies as well as small boutique computer security firms.  She has worked in product and services companies in product development, program management, policy and business development.  Her expertise in Computer Security, enhanced by her Masters of Forensic Science, allowed her to be on the forefront of managing high-risk organizational problems based in India that companies needed to be urgently solved due to a high risk of financial and data loss.

Brandi Moore

Brandi Moore

Brandi Moore has been solving challenging business problems in India since 2004.  She has worked in India with Wipro, Infosys and other top outsourcers building processes to span learning gaps between Indian concepts and Western business models.  She has extensive experience developing methodologies for US executives managing Indian employees, leading India-based projects and negotiating with Indian executives.

Brandi has negotiated with foreign governments, large corporations and inside India with stakes as high as $200 million.  She is trained in the 5-D Hofstede model and executes negotiations based on culture as well as formal negotiation strategy.  Her direct yet persuasive approach has proven to be an asset to any negotiation team.

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