Meet Deepthi, presently a freelance busiess strategist, client relationship expert, business blogger and a community advocate. She cuts through the chaos and clutter to focus on success and things that really matter to your life and livelihood. Deepthi goes on a quest to uncover the insights and ideas of people, celebrities, and business entrepreneurs that will help you get to where you need to go.
A previous entrepreneur and business banker, and dedicated community advocate Deepthi says “ there’s opportunity everywhere. It’s whether you are ready and how fast you can tap into it. Dancing was never my profession. It was only a strong hobby, but I leveraged both my qualifications and my passionate hobby at the right time and right place to start a business when there was a need! ”
She established one of the first global Bollywood Dance and music inspired fitness programs in North America under the name Bollyrobics Bolly-D dance fitness in 2010. The brand gained recognition on CBC, Prime Time Alberta, CTV, and was also successfully featured on Canada CBC’s Dragons Den. She was also nominated for Alberta Women’s Entrepreneur and throughout her career conducted several mentorships, training, and coaching programs for school and university students. Deepthi has also been a donor partner for several charitable causes the major one being the “ I am a Girl “ project for Plan Canada.
With a Business Analyst degree, a business background, and a banking finance profession, Deepthi has worn several hats in the business sector an is a seasoned business strategist. A client relationship professional, an ardent business networker, and on the executive board of Cynicate, she continues to help businesses grow through business referrals and challenging new markets. Deepthi is passionate about seeing businesses succeed and continues to provide small business support and solutions as a part-time freelancer and is always open to the right opportunity! A community well-being advocate she has strived in helping and initiating various volunteer health programs for children at large and continues to do so.