Meet Nainy! Nainy is an Associate on our Client Service team in our Mumbai office. She holds an MBA degree from Cardiff Metropolitan University where she studied Marketing and Communications. During her free time, Nainy loves traveling with friends and family, playing Sudoku, badminton, table tennis, and pool. She also loves to explore new restaurants and bakeries around the city and burn those calories by dancing!
Guidepoint: What is the best part of working on the Client Service team?
Nainy: One of the best parts of being on the client service team is motivating managers and supportive colleagues. I also like to work on the challenging requests that come in from our clients.
Guidepoint: What do you find most interesting about working in the expert network industry?
Nainy: The most interesting part is interacting with so many senior-level industry experts for different projects, helping me to expand my professional network.
Guidepoint: What has been one of your biggest accomplishments so far in your career?
Nainy: I have been able to contribute to the growth of a local start-up by helping them onboard a big corporate client.
Guidepoint: Have you ever seen something you’ve worked on reflected in the news? What was it?
Nainy: Not yet at Guidepoint, but I have written press releases for companies I have worked with in the past.
Guidepoint: Who is your biggest career inspiration whether internally at Guidepoint or externally?
Nainy: My dad has always been my biggest inspiration. He started everything from scratch and became very successful. Also, at Guidepoint, I always get to learn something new from our leader at the Mumbai Office, Jagjeet Kang Pabla. I am sure it’s not just me, she inspires a lot of people.
Guidepoint: Where do you hope your career takes you in the next 5 years?
Nainy: I love networking and I hope to be in a senior-level position where I would be critical in helping my company to grow. I want to be in a position where I can inspire and help others to grow in their careers.
Guidepoint: What would you consider yourself an expert in or at?
Nainy: I am a self-learner; I not only learn from the things/tasks where I succeeded but also where I failed. Also, I have been told that I am good at networking.