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Lalit has over 25 years of extensive business leadership experience and has led Strategy formulation, execution and change initiatives across countries in Asia Pacific and Japan. Lalit brings real world experience to Leadership Development and Corporate Governance and is a well-respected thought leader.

Lalit has held Regional Leadership positions in Oracle as well as Unisys Corporation. In his last role, Lalit was Vice President at Oracle Corporation, leading their Public Sector and Education Business for Asia Pacific and Japan. Lalit’s experience covers sales, marketing, finance and strategic planning, as well as driving large-scale business transformations.

In 2012, Lalit was identified as one of the top leadership talents within Global Industry Business Unit at Oracle Corporation, and participated in a custom program, “Leadership In Action”, designed to prepare high achieving talent for future leadership roles. This experience sparked his ongoing interest in leadership development, which he believes must be relevant and focused on unleashing individual and organization’s full potential.

Lalit joined Iclif in 2016 as Chief Marketing Officer, where he provides leadership to the overall sales and marketing strategy and execution. In his spare time, he is committed to physical and mental wellbeing, and enjoys his meditation, scuba diving and golf.

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