networkandgetwork Interview Series

NEW:  Our distinguished guest for this interview is Nan DasGupta, Partner and Managing Director, The Boston Consulting Group (Toronto, Canada). Ms DasGupta shares her perspectives on strategic networking and the art of relationship management in a conversation with Natalia Filchakova, founder of

In this interview you will learn: 
  • How to earn time and attention of a busy executive
  • What do senior professionals look for in networking with more junior people
  • What keeps professional networks alive
  • What do you need to do if you want to be memorable and stay in touch with a high level executive.

Click here to listen to the interview.

Nandini (Nan) DasGupta, Partner and Managing Director, The Boston Consulting Group 

Nan DasGupta joined The Boston Consulting Group in 1996 and is now a Partner and Managing Director in the Toronto office.  Nan’s experience at BCG has focused on strategy and issues of economic and industry development.  She has served clients in both private and public sectors, and across several industries including consumer goods, retail and financial services.

Prior to joining BCG, Nan worked at General Electric Company as an engineer in the Industrial Motors business.  She received her M.B.A. from the University of Western Ontario, Masters of Electrical Engineering from the University of Toronto, and Honours Bachelor of Electrical Engineering degree from McGill University.

Nan enjoys playing soccer, skiing, tennis, and travel with her husband and three children.

(Bio and photograph are the courtesy of The Boston Consulting Group, Canada.)

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1 Response to networkandgetwork Interview Series

  1. This is an excellent interview. Short, to the point, relevant.
    Everybody who wants to improve the size and quality of his or her network should listen to it. Twelve minutes of insights that can be leveraged for years.
    Well done, Natalia!

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