About Dr. Angshu

Dr. Angshu is the founder and owner of TNMG: The Next Marketing Guru. He is a PhD and MBA in Marketing from XLRI Jamshedpur. Currently he is leading large scale marketing, research & analytics projects as part of Strategy & Insights team at Star India, India’s no. 1 Media & Entertainment company. In his last job, he was heading Consumer Insights function for Spice Group. Earlier he has worked for Wipro Technologies and managed IT projects for marketing division of a Fortune 100 company. Dr. Angshu is a Visiting Professor at XLRI and IMT Ghaziabad. He has published multiple research papers on marketing, social media and luxury consumption. Recently he has published a book titled “Influence 2.0: How Social Media WOM Influences You" published by reputed international publishing house Lambert Publishing. Other than work and academics, he is a social media addict, big foodie and amateur pianist. You can contact him by: Gmail | Facebook | LinkedIn

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2. Jokes can be hazardous to health. Laugh Sparingly.
3. No one under 18 admitted.
4. No Solicitors.
5. No parking.
6. Trespassers will be prosecuted.
7. Outside food not allowed.
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10. Employees and their family are not eligible.
11. Not for the weak hearted.
12. May be too intense for some viewers.
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14. As seen on TV.
15. No animals were harmed in the making of this film.
16. Objects in the screen are closer than they appear… Continue reading

Global Top 10 in 2009 – The Results Are In

The Departure
We were running the series on Indian brands named ‘Brands of India’. But suddenly this departure! It is definitely justified if it raises some questions in your mind. But hey, don’t worry! ‘Brands of India’ will continue after a refreshing break!
The New Course
Now, coming to this out of course article –

How to Handle Information Overload?

“640K ought to be enough for anybody” – Bill Gates. Yes, that was Bill Gates – Microsoft Founder during early 1980s on the maximum memory that people will require for their computers. When I’m writing this article using Microsoft Word on my laptop running on Microsoft Windows whose 160 GB hard disk will be almost full once I finish this article – there can’t be a better irony than this. Notwithstanding Bill Gates’ wise prediction the number of transistors on integrated circuits is doubling every two years following the famous Moore’s law. Following graph shows Moore’s law in action… Continue reading