is now the subject of much global business study, and several
India Study tours, particularly from international Business
Schools and Leadership Training Institutes, focus on the city.
We have had the pleasure of contributing to the academic and
leadership development pursuits of hundreds of people.
“We find the customised programs of BangaloreWALKS
enhance the experience of our international programs”.
- Dr G Shainesh, Chairperson
(Student Exchange Program),
of Management (Bangalore)
The Bangalore Walks tour on foot in central Bangalore is a revelation of history and culture that enriches the management education experience. We always include it, and by our participants' demand, have done it twice. The local color that Bangalore Walks provides makes any event in our executive education program an altogether special event that we've never found in any other location in the world.
Stanley Nollen, Professor of Business
Global Executive MBA Program, Georgetown University
On behalf of the group I thank you for a wonderful,
entertaining, and educational tour. From student
feedback (after the tour) it is very clear that
everyone liked it and thought that it was worth
every rupee spent on it. It is fortunate that there
are people like yourself that can showcase the history,
culture, and development of Bangalore so well and
so accurately. As a person who grew up in Bangalore
there were some pieces I was not aware of –
it was truly educational for me also.
- Prof Ramakrishna Hindupur,
School of Business, Redlands University
I want to join Rama in thanking you for a great
tour. It was definitely one of the highlights of
our stay in India
- G Keith Roberts,
Associate Dean, Asst Prof of Law, School of Business,
I absolutely enjoyed the tour. You were very informative
and kept us engaged in the learning experience!
This was definitely at trip to be remembered for
- Yvette Badua,
Time Warner Cable Media Services (part of the Redlands
I must say that I thoroughly enjoyed your enthusiasm
and extremely educated engagement in your delivery
of the tour. Your knowledge about the history of
India has inspired me to read a historical novel
titled The Far Pavilions. Thanks again for a great
adventure in Bangalore,
- Wendy Nelson
(part of the Redlands Study Tour)
I enjoyed very much the tour on Sunday. Also, all
participants gave me very positive feedback on the
tour and on your presentations and explanations.
All feel that we gained a deeper understanding of
I look forward to ear again from you.
Miguel Pinto dos Santos,
We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to Bangalore, and
the "walk" we took with you was the highlight
of our India visit. Thanks very much for taking
the time to show us around, for your explanantions,
and for your hospitality.
-Dr Vinod K. Jain,
Professor, Robert H Smith School of Business, University
President & CEO, India-US World Affairs Institute,
just a quick note of thanks for the fantastic tour
with our leaders' quest group a couple
of weeks ago...
as usual, your vast storehouse of knowledge,and
amazing way of tying history to present
day events, had the participants spell bound...
the visit to the flower market really blew their
minds, and then followed by your fantastic narrative
about tipu sultan, was a great one two punch...
your tours are excellent for setting the context
for their various visits during the week...
a big thanks from lq and all the participants.
- Robert Metcalfe,
LeadersQuest (and IKEA India)
I just wanted to say a big thank you for organising
two wonderful programmes for us, and getting our
programme off to such an outstanding start. You
really should be very proud of what you do. Our
participants all spoke in glowing terms of the value
they derived from the programmes.
Phenomenal; Exceptional; v. special;Learnt more
about 4 religions in one afternoon that i had in
18 years at school!... very knowledgeable and had
a lovely way of getting across some of the complexities
of faith in India.
Wealth of knowledge amazing; Felt ignorant in comparison
about his knowledge of English history; Fantastic
- LeadersQuest participants,
India Quest 2009
I got good remarks generally - people want more
time to do more of such things is the
only complaint I heard. So, the unusual crowd size
was a hit! A few repeat
guys who did the 2nd day visit liked it very much
thanks for indulging our Fellows,
MIT Sloan Fellows Program in Innovation and Global