February 12 Event: Rivigo CEO and Founder Deepak Garg on the Relay Economy and Technology in India

Wed, 2018-01-24

WHEN: Monday, February 12, 2018. 6:15- 7:30 PM 

WHERE: 420 West 118th Street, School of International and Public Affairs Room, Lindsay Rogers Reading Room, Room 707 (Seventh Floor) 

WHO

Deepak Garg is a thought leader in the field of new age logistics. Deepak founded RIVIGO in 2014 with a globally unique idea of relay driving to make logistics human, faster and safer using technology and data. As a leader and innovator, Deepak is known for complex data-driven problem solving and issue resolution through technology. Deepak’s ability to hire a world class team and build high-performance culture has served as a growth catalyst and infused a sense of purpose at RIVIGO.

Deepak holds a master’s in business administration from IIM – Lucknow (2006) and bachelors in technology from IIT – Kanpur (2003). Prior to starting RIVIGO, Deepak worked with McKinsey & Co from 2006 to 2014. He has extensive experience in working with large clients on complex supply chain issues and has worked with clients across geographies in Asia, Australia and Africa He speaks regularly at global forums on data, technology, supply chain and leadership topics. Deepak has also recently won The Economic times 40 under 40 award.

About RIVIGO: Within just 3 years, RIVIGO has emerged as the largest and the fastest growing technology enabled logistics company in India, owning a fleet of over 3000 trucks. It uses an innovative 'driver relay' model that enable trucks to cover 3 times more distance while making the life of truck driver human. Rivigo serves firms across all major industries in India with its full-truck load, part-truck (express cargo), cold chain logistics as well as digital freight aggregator services.

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