Rahul Shah is a one-in-a-billion-type-of-guy. A man who can brighten up the gloomiest January afternoon. An engineering grade from Gujarat University in India has brought Rahul halfway around the world: from India to the US, Japan, France and Germany before settling in Denmark, where he has now married and started a family.
Rahul was 37 when he decided to become a management consultant: “I knew it was a bit untraditional for a guy my age. But from my first meeting with QVARTZ, I felt that I had hit home. When you are a consultant, you would normally look at a partner with a lot of respect, knowing that they are as sharp as you are, but obviously more experienced. But in QVARTZ, you somehow always see the human being before the title. That’s a very rare thing in a company”. Rahul has enjoyed a meteoric rise in QVARTZ, building on his professional merits and obvious personal strengths, and he is now a manager with responsibility for our Digital Practice, spearheading QVARTZ’ efforts in analytics and big data. Furthermore, Rahul is (we are tempted to say “of course”) passionately involved in both private and company-initiated CSR initiatives.
We are as curious as Rahul to find out where his limits are.