- WHO WE ARE & WHAT WE DO
- KEY PEOPLE
WHO WE ARE
If you’ve ever felt like you’ve being barking up the wrong tree when it comes to your business or marketing strategy or product innovation plans, we at Reevolv provide a solution to this problem.
At Reevolv we focus on in-depth research and consumer insights across India, bringing to the table innovative and detailed reports that can help you understand the market, offer you valued consumer insights and help you change the face of your business. We don’t just provide our clients with in-dept, trustworthy research data but also a detailed analysis with actionable pointers. Our clients leverage our expertise in making strategic decisions
Since our inception we have been working closely with private equity funds, institutional funds and HNIs. Be it their existing portfolio or looking to invest in a new company, Reevolv has done in-depth on-ground research on business strategy, industry mapping, channel checks, competitive analysis etc.
Reevolv is driven by a seasoned team of experts across sectors, with years of experience and knowledge under their belt, With a versatile and highly fragmented Indian economy, often research data for the organised sector is easily available but the unorganised sector lacks in credible, qualitative and quantitative research data. Reevolv was born to help bridge this need gap. Our research initiatives cover sectors that are niche and largely unorganised but are untapped by investors due to the lack of credible data.
WHAT WE DO
Shilpa Bhattar – Director
Shilpa heads the company. She has founded the Research vertical of Reevolv. Having started the pilot in 2011, Shilpa has scaled this vertical cautiously ensuring high credibility and trust among clients. As many as 56 clients have relied on Reevolv Research. Her never say never attitude is an inspiration to the team.
Before Reevolv, Shilpa has more than 10 years of experience in Investment Banking. She has worked with Enam Securities, Kotak Mahindra Bank and Morgan Stanley where she was responsible for private equity fund raising and mergers and acquisitions. She brings with her immense experience in origination, structuring and executing transactions. She is a Chartered Accountant and has cleared all three levels of Chartered Financial Analyst Program.
Manohar Bhattar – Director
A Chartered Accountant by profession, he has more than 30 years experience in Auditing, Taxation and Financial Advisory. He has been associated with CA firms like Khimji Kunverji & Co., and Khandelwal Jain & Co. He brings with him strong relationships across banks, financial institutions and large corporate.
Navnath Pawar – Vice President
Navnath has more than 8 years of experience in marketing and research. He has been associated with Reevolv since his internship in the year 2012. He has been instrumental in leading the “on-ground research “work of Reevolv. He has worked In with Future group in the retail division managing sales and operations. He is an MBA in Finance with graduation in commerce.
Business India Magazine, 12 – 25 May, 2014 – The Heat is On
“CMIL is mainly focusing on 3 and 4 star rating products, with 73 per cent of its products under this category. As compared to industry, the product range is narrow. However, the company seems to be bullish and aggressive on the inverter ACs with nine product variants. This is the second highest in terms of product types of inverter ACs, after Daikin With 15”, observes Shilpa Bhattar, co-founder, Reevolv, a financial services and industry research firm.
Indiainfoline.com, April 28, 2014 – Research & Ideas
Kaustubh Kulkarni says, “Consulting and Research are the main verticals. Currently consulting has higher share, however we believe Research will contribute more in the next few years.” Excerpts of the Interview published in indiainfoline.com, covering various service offerings of Reevolv, such as consulting and research. In addition to discussing various research products, methodology and reasoning for focus on consumer and allied industries.
Businessnonstop.in, April 7, 2014 – Processes can drive growth for SMEs
With the technological advances, globalization and need for efficient operations to be competitive, SMEs are slowly and steadily transforming towards standardized business processes. The article discusses the views and observations of Reevolv’s spokesperson regarding the status of process driven atmosphere among Indian SMEs. This is an an exclusive interaction where the spokesperson highlights some core issues that this sector is facing and also suggests how these challenges can be tackled effectively.
Business Line, April 18, 2013 – Finding its feet
Apparel has always dominated the world of fashion but it is footwear that completes the look. At the recently concluded India Fashion Forum there was a special session on the India Shoes and Accessories forum (ISAF) dedicated to the rise of the footwear industry in recent times. Shilpa Bhattar, Director, Reevolv Advisory Services, a consultancy and research firm, says, “Footwear is like the FMCG category where distribution is the key. It is difficult to break regional barriers and even a player like Metro Shoes took five years to go national.”
IBEF Magazine, April-May 2013 – Salons get Equity Makeover
“The Indian PE/VC market today has over 400 funds. Most of these funds are raised for investing in companies that capitalise on the domestic consumption story. The funds want to bet on sectors that have growth drivers linked to the growing Indian middle class with their increasing aspirations. It also looks at the unorganised markets getting organised,” said Shilpa Bhattar, Director, Reevolv Advisory Services Pvt Ltd, a Mumbai- based consulting firm practicing in areas of business strategy, operations, investment banking and research.
Business Line Mumbai, SEPT 25 – Beauty salon businesses get a private equity makeover
Beauty may lie in the eyes of the beholder, but of late it is private equity players that have been eyeing the beauty salon business. Kaustubh Kulkarni, Managing Director, Reevolv Advisory, says, “There is hardly any capital expenditure involved in the beauty salon business and since most of them operate on leased property, the salons do not have to give any collateral to a bank to avail credit. This makes the private equity players more interested in the beauty salon business.”
“Consulting and Research are the main verticals. Currently consulting has higher share, however we believe Research will contribute more in the next few years.”, says Kaustubh Kulkarni, Founder, Reevolv. He Has more than 9 years of experience in operations and management consulting. He is the founder of Reevolv and leads the consulting vertical. He has hands on experience in business strategy, marketing and sales, process design and management, purchasing & supply chain management, inventory management and capital productivity.