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Mr Hiryan Borade

Development & Communication Officer , Hyderabad campus


B.A.(Psychology), University of Pune

B.S. (Digital Media Studies), Juniata College, USA

MBA ,University of Wales, UK


A highly engaging Business Networking and Community Management professional with over a decade of varied experience in managing key projects, stakeholders, Key Opinion Leaders (KOL) towards executing commercially successful MICE (Meetings Incentives Conferences & Exhibition) projects. He holds expertise in creating original communication content through market research targeted at C-Level executives. Through these targeted high-level partnerships processes, smoother sponsorship acquisition is also activated-ensuring positive revenues for the project. Hiryan has been successful in managing large-scale conference projects through astute project management skillsets and stakeholder engagement- including Sponsors, Key community Leaders, C-Level Decision Makers, Government Bodies, Media Partners, and Industry associations. Having worked across India, the UK, and Gulf countries he thrives in driving various project teams- marketing, sponsorship, audience generation, and operation towards ensuring successful project delivery maintaining quality and deadlines standards.

Hiryan Borade holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology, from Fergusson College, Pune India along with a Bachelor of Science-B.S. degree in Digital Media Studies from Juniata College, PA, USA. He was successful in winning the USA Department of State Fully funded scholarship of USD 75,000 towards completing his second bachelor’s degree from the USA. Further, he holds MBA in Marketing from the University of Wales, UK. He is an avid fitness follower and a certified Personal Trainer from the K11 School of Fitness Sciences. His hobbies include reading, film analysis and holds a diploma in Film Making from the New York Film Academy, NYC, USA. Ultimately, Hiryan enjoys connecting with people, ideas and attempting to connect the dots-interpreting patterns, targeting bolder vision, howsoever obscure and challenging they may seem to be in this moment.

Contact hiryan.borade[at]tiss[dot]edu