IGWT GLOBAL (Ent.) IN management consists of deeply experienced and diverse individuals with a rich background in every aspect of the company’s operations including fabric & textiles, medical supplies, energy solutions, furniture supplies, metals minerals, agriculture supplies and business consulting. IGWT GLOBAL (Ent.) IN has two woman - the company Director of CSR & Sustainability and Sales & Marketing - on its leadership team, as of April 2023.
MR. AMAL KUMAR TIWARI
CII | Bharat Petroleum | Slazenger |
Co-Founder & Board Member
MR. BERNARD A.D.
IndiGo Airlines | Genpact | Receivable Management Services
MRS. DIYA NAYANTARA
IndiGo Airlines | Reliance |
Director Sales & Marketing
Founder & CEO
Mr Amal Kumar Tiwari is the Emeritus Chairman of IGWT Global Enterprises, IGWT Agri Business, IGWT Global Exim. Mr Tiwari joined the IGWT Global Group in 2019. After serving in various companies, he was appointed Director-in-Charge of the IGWT Global Enterprise Textile & Apparels in 2019. He was responsible for transforming it into an organisational strategy ivory-tower, and an evangelist of new ideas in latest machinery & technology businesses. Mr Tiwari was a strong believer of the fact that success can only be achieved through consistent and relentless hard-work.
"Struggles are required in order to survive in life, because in order to stand up you've got to know what falling down really is" “Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.” - Galatians 6:9
Mr. Amal Kumar Tiwari, Co-Founder & Emeritus Chairman
IGWT Global (Ent.) IN
For me shouldering the one peerless role of a chief executive officer at IGWT Global seems the most powerful and sought-after title in the business, more exciting, rewarding, and influential than any other. The role helps me focus on controls—the company’s biggest moves—accounting for 45 percent of the company’s performance. Despite the luster of the role, serving in this capacity can be all-consuming, challenging, and stressful. Living up to performance expectations in the first 18 months on the job was amongst one of my list of challenges. The high standards and broad expectations of directors, customers, and employees create an environment of relentless scrutiny in which one move can dramatically make or derail an accomplished role.. For all the scrutiny of my role, though, little is solidly understood about it.My Role at IGWT Global involves “setting strategies,” “shaping the culture,” and “getting the right team.” We at IGWT Global are offer our services in training, business consulting, management consulting, strategy consulting, marketing and Physical Trading consulting while ensuring a single and non evasive line of communication.
Bernard Ayo Deji Ekoh, Co-Founder and CEO
IGWT Global (Ent.) IN
Highly effective and driven medical device sales professional with proven track record in B2B sales, business development, marketing strategy and sales operation in the area of Dermatology and Aesthetics.
Self-motivated, passionate, extremely organized and detail-oriented. Powerful communication skills with knowledge in the medical and healthcare industries.
As Director, Sales & Marketing, Ms. DIya - Develops and deploys enablement initiatives, campaigns and programs. Including programmatic design delivery to account management, sales, and business development teams, and ongoing support.
Diya Nayantara, Director Sales & Marketing
IGWT Global Enterprises
We have one simple guiding philosophy: business must benefit our ecosystem. This has has kept us deep rooted since our foundation in 2020. Organizing and executing assigned business projects tailored to the business requirements. Today our global business is driven by integrity, innovation & strong ethics.
CSR & SUSTAINABILITY
MRS. SHALINI MADHURIMA TIWARI
Earth Centre | Life Steps | YTTS
Director CSR & Sustainability
For a nation of 1.3 Billion population Government initiative alone for ameliorating the quality of life is not enough, in this situation participation of corporate houses in the development process through various ways and means is always imperative.
In India, The Companies Act, 2013 has been formulated and Section 135, Companies (Corporate Social Responsibility) Rules, 2014 and the government has approved Schedule VII for encouraging corporates to spend on the development process in India from a small portion of their profit.
Shalini Madhurima Tiwari, Director CSR & Sustainability
IGWT Global Enterprises