ABOUT

ABOUT US

Kairos Consulting is a leading Indian search firm.

We have created a strong position for ourselves in the market through consistent and customized delivery. Our rigorous search and thorough processes are at the core of our ability to deliver.Every applicant is screened at multiple stages to ensure appropriate fitment.

Candidates are at the center of our search. Every candidate has a unique story and we are eager to understand that story.

Our consultants are trained to engage allowing us to understand you better for the next opportunity.

MANAGEMENT

Bhumika

ofc_bh (1)Bhumika is an entrepreneur, an artist and a resourceful organizer. A Human Resource management professional from MDI Gurgaon, Bhumika started Kairos Consulting in 2014 and continues to spearhead searches with unmatched sourcing of candidates. Working across different verticals, she is the strength behind the ascent of Kairos among the top recruitment consultancies in India. Prior to Kairos Consulting, Bhumika led Talent Acquisition, Campus Recruitment, Performance Management and Compensation at the biggest private sector bank in India.

Amit

OF2 (1)Amit is an entrepreneur, a banker and an investor. With diverse background in Sales at the largest FMCG, and in Corporate Banking/Project Finance at a leading foreign bank, Amit comes with over a decade of experience. Amit spearheads leadership searches across COO/CXO positions at Kairos. A certified Financial Risk Management professional, Amit completed his formal management education at MDI, Gurgaon and ESCP-EAP, Paris.

TEAM

The team is a unique mix of graduates from diverse backgrounds – psychology, commerce, hospitality and management. Young and enthusiastic, the team believes in deepening their knowledge of the vertical they recruit for, explaining well the job role and ensuring the candidate has enough clarity on what to expect. Likewise, on the candidate front, the team engages with each aspirant to understand the true motivation behind each career move and helps take them a long-term impact of their decisions. All this while ensuring there is never a dull moment – colour days, theme parties and crazy celebrations abound!

VERTICALS

BANKING

The Indian Banking system is has an asset base in excess of USD 2 trillion and the same is expected to exceed USD 28.5 trillion by FY25. The banking system consists of 25 private sector banks and 43 foreign banks amongst others. In order to further expand the reach of the sector RBI has recently granted in principal approvals to 11 payment banks and 10 small banks. It is expected that over the next 5 to 10 years the banking sector will create over 2 million new jobs. Technology is a key driver for the sector as banks leverage technology to reduce costs and increase their reach, creating a lot of opportunities in the digital space.

SCOPE OF PRACTICE

Retail Banking
Wholesale Banking
Treasury
Corporate Centre

FINANCIAL SERVICES

India has a much diversified financial services sector which is seeing rapid growth and transformation. The Indian Mutual fund industry has an assets under management of USD 15 trillion and the Life Insurance sector is the biggest in the world with more than 360 million policies outstanding. India’s micro finance segment is also received a lot of investments given government’s focus on financial inclusion. Supportive regulation, Easing investment norms, increasing disposable income and rising standards of living are expected to drive growth in the segment.

SCOPE OF PRACTICE

Microfinance
Non-Banking Finance Companies
Equity Research Institutional Sales
Investment Banking

CONSUMER

According to an AC Neilson survey Indian consumers are the most optimistic in the world. Global corporations view India as one of the key markets for future growth. A recent study by the McKinsey Global Institute suggests that if India continues to grow at the current pace, average household incomes will triple over the next two decades, making the country the world’s fifth-largest consumer economy by FY25, up from the current 12th position. A study by CISCO suggests that India is the second largest smart-phone market globally and is expected to grow to 650 million by FY19.

SCOPE OF PRACTICE

Sales
Human Resources
Trade Marketing
Logistics

E-COMMERCE

The Indian E-Commerce Industry is worth over USD 15 billion and by FY20 it is expected to generate revenues in excess of USD 100 billion. The online travel category is the biggest category in the Indian E-Commerce space followed by electronic and apparels.  The growth of the sector is expected to be fueled by increased user base, increasing broadband speeds and rising standards of living. Million dollar start-ups like Myntra, Makemytrip and Zomata have already created their space, but more players are yet to come.

SCOPE OF PRACTICE

Business Development
Designing
Branding and Marketing
Technology

FINTECH

The last couple of years has seen the emergence of numerous fintech start-ups, incubators and investments from investors. As per NASSCOM, the global fintech software and services space is expected to be a USD 45 billion opportunity by FY20. In line with the global trend fintech investments in India has also crossed investment of USD 1.5 billion. Some of the large players in the market are Paytm, Billdesk and Freecharge.

SCOPE OF PRACTICE

Designing
Technology
Business Development
Branding and Marketing

MEDIA

The Indian Media and Entertainment Industry is a sunrise sector and has been growing consistently over the last decade. Going forward also it is expected to grow at a compounded annual growth rate of 13.9 % year on year to reach a size of USD 29 billion by FY19. The digital advertising market has been the fastest growing and has been growing at 33% annually, followed by Radio which has been growing at 18% annually. The Indian Television industry is the largest segment within the media industry and is expected to maintain its strong growth momentum led by subscription revenues.

SCOPE OF PRACTICE

Production
Digital Advertising
Public Relations
Business Development

MANUFACTURING

Prime Minister of India, Mr. Narendra Modi, has launched the ‘Make in India’ programme to place India on the world map as a global manufacturing hub. The sector currently contributes 16% of GDP and the Government of India has set an ambitious target of increasing the contribution of manufacturing to 25% of GDP by FY25. Already India has become a global hub for Auto Manufacturers with leading players such as Honda, Suzuki, Volvo and Volkswagen establishing their manufacturing operations in India. It is expected that by FY25 the sector with generate over 100 million jobs in India.

SCOPE OF PRACTICE

Design & Engineering
Production
Human Resources
Technical Sales

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