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Rama Velamuri

Innovation in Emerging Markets – How emerging market companies rethink innovation and what we can learn from them

Rama Velamuri is assistant professor at the China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) in Shanghai, where he teaches entrepreneurship and negotiation. He was previously on the faculty of IESE Business School for four years. He has also been a visiting professor at the Indian School of Business since 2004, and has taught at business schools in the U.S., Spain, Germany, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay, Egypt and Nigeria. Rama Velamuri has been a facilitator in executive programs for companies such as Henkel Technologies, Goodyear-Dunlop, Grupo Santander, Vodafone and Nissan Europe. He has worked with the CEO-Collaborative Forum made up of 30
CEOs of young, high-growth, venture capital-backed European technology companies as well as a consultant with the World Bank and the International Finance Corporation in curriculum development projects and in the setting up of entrepreneurship development centers in several
developing countries. The two main areas of his research focus lie at the intersection of entrepreneurship and business ethics and the relationship between entrepreneurial strategies and firm growth. Prior to joining academe, Rama Velamuri worked in managerial positions in Grupo Tudor,
one of Spain‘s largest manufacturing companies, and as a consultant specializing in internationalization and acquisition related projects for Spanish, Indian and American clients.


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