Board of Directors


Umesh Unnikrishnan

Umesh Unnikrishnan

  • Designation: Director
  • Company: MVT Council of India

About

With more than 15 years’ experience, Mr. Umesh Unnikrishnan has been active in the space of Exhibitions, Industry and Government collaborations since 2010. Associated with major International networking platform organisers, Umesh has been instrumental in creating collaborations and partnership with major Industry representation associations, State and Central Government Departments and Ministries.

Theistic Business Consultants was founded by him in the year 2018 and has been since actively engaging in creation of Global collaboration. Today, Theistic Business Consultants represents a network of 100+ countries to India and focuses on establishing Indian connection to Global Trade and Economies.

 

 

Mihir Vora

Mihir Vora

  • Designation: Director
  • Company: MVT Council of India

About

Founder Director of Magnus Medi, one of the leading MVT Facilitators in India, Mihir who has earned his Master in Management Studies, had a penchant for marketing and he learnt his first entrepreneurial lessons during his college days between 2004 and 2007 when he doubled up to market electrical products in the company of his uncle. It was the sterling performance that he showcased during this period, selling electrical products worth several million rupees that convinced him that his DNA contained the seeds of entrepreneurship.

An avid reader, planner and strategist, Mihir rightly sensed the country’s potential in medical value travel market predicted to touch a whopping $ 8 billion by 2020 and forayed into medical tourism by launching Magnus Medi in 2010. At a time when global healthcare costs are skyrocketing, Mihir believes that the world can learn from much from India that provides NABH certified, high quality healthcare at rates that are most affordable to the rest of the world. He, however, concedes that despite inherent advantages India has not been able to position itself as the world’s leading healthcare destination while other Asian countries like Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore with little resources are stealing the thunder right under the nose of India.

Mihir believes that India’s medical value travel stakeholders must consolidate their efforts and leverage the global opportunities innovating, reinventing and repositioning themselves with strategies that are smart and slick.