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Country Head, India
Biren Ghose has been the Country Head for Technicolor India for over 11 years.
He has taken this 105-year-old arts and sciences Hollywood major’s India studio to an employee strength of approx. 6000 employees in the past year. This makes the India studio by far the largest single hub
for high end Animation, VFX, Games and Computer Graphics [AVGC] in the world. The studio features the group’s marquee brands MPC, Mr.X, The Mill, Mikros and Technicolor Animation and Games, working with the world’s best studios across the most coveted movies and TV shows in
the creative technology sector.
Biren is the President of ABAI and the Vice Chairman for the CII National Media & Entertainment Committee. He is Chief Mentor for Software Technology Parks of India for their Centres Of Excellence for
animation and for AR & VR in the North East India. He has served on the management committees of NASSCOM, FICCI and other trade bodies. This year Biren has received the National Order of Merit, a knighthood conferred on him by the French Government.
Biren is multi-faceted and has a passion for art, music, photography, wines and spirits.
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