Rohit works with public-sector organizations and energy companies on a broad range of issues related to strategy, marketing, regulation, and performance improvement. Since joining McKinsey in 2005, he has worked primarily with clients in Southeast Asia and India.
Rohit’s recent projects include: helping the prime minister of a Southeast Asian nation use information management and analyses to ensure world-class planning for high-density living environments; advising an energy ministry on a long-term master plan for the nation’s energy sector; and helping a large energy regulator assess how fuel and technology will likely evolve in the context of land transportation, both locally and globally. As part of this project, Rohit helped design the test bed for launching electric vehicles in the country.
Rohit has a BS in electrical engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay and an MBA from the Indian Institute of Management. Prior to joining McKinsey, he was a brand manager at Procter & Gamble. He is based in Singapore.
“Understanding the diversity of Indonesia’s consumers,” McKinsey Quarterly, April 2013
“How to win in India’s rural markets,” McKinsey Consumer & Shopper Insights, November 2011
|Procter & Gamble, India
|Indian Institute of Management
|Indian Institute of Technology
||BS in electrical engineering