Lloyd Mathias is a Business Strategist and an Angel Investor. He is a Board Member and Advisor to companies in the technology and consumer space.
Lloyd is an Independent Director on the board of Next MediaWorks Ltd. | Digicontent Ltd. |
HT Digital Streams Ltd and Next Radio Limited - listed subsidiaries of Hindustan Times Ltd.
He is also on the boards of, Quantum Asset Management Company; Shorebird
Technologies and Auxano Enterprise Fund.
Lloyd has held senior leadership roles in Fortune 500 companies. He was the marketing head of
HP Inc. for the APAC region based in Singapore till 2018. In previous roles he was President &
CMO of Tata Docomo; Country Director and head of sales of Motorola India and SW Asia;
Category Director & Executive VP Marketing of PepsiCo India & South Asia.
Lloyd has been Chairman of MRUCI publishers of the Indian Readership Survey. He was also
Chairman of Mobile Asia – Asia’s largest mobile phone expo and Co-Chairman of the Device
Strategy Council of the Mobility Development Group, USA - a body of global CDMA Telcos.
Lloyd is a science graduate from St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai; has an MBA from Bombay
University and did a Senior Executive Program at the London Business School.
He is among India’s best known marketers who has built and nurtured powerful global brands
and in 2007 he was named among the world’s top 15 marketers, by InterNational list magazine.
He was also chosen Asia Marketer of the Year in 2016.
has worked extensively in the programming of performing and fine arts events.
A pioneering fashion choreographer she has been closely involved in fashion and design since the inception of the Indian fashion industry in the 80’s. She has given direction to, and bench marked the presentation of Indian design on national and international platforms Her company Media Makers with partner Asha Kochhar has produced some of India’s landmark fashion presentations.
Member of jury for Indian Fashion design she has contributed articles on Indian textiles and Fashion for leading publications. She has also been an advisor on the National Design Policy panel and Handloom board.
In 2019, she launched Future Collective L.L.P.along with award winning sustainable designer Roma Narsinghani. Future Collective brings together like- minded artists, designers, brands and individuals to shape a new ‘conscious culture’- one that questions itself about what, how and how much they consume.
The first Future Collective Conscious Culture Design Fair was at Bikaner House in Feb 2020. The next edition is scheduled for October 2022 in Mumbai.
As Director Programmes, Habitat World, India Habitat Centre since 1997 she has helmed the growth of India Habitat Centre to become a cultural landmark of the Capital. In addition to programming a monthly events calendar that spans music, dance, panel discussions, theatre, films, poetry and book discussions, she curates the annual, Theatre Festival, The Habitat International Film Festival and the Habitat Film Festival that showcases the best of Pan Indian Regional Cinema and the IHC Indian Languages Literature Festival , Samanvay.
Jonathan Kennedy (Director Arts India)
Jonathan joined the British Council in February 2019. As the Director Arts for the British Council in India, Jonathan is responsible for developing national strategy, managing stakeholder relationships across government and the creative industries; and conceptualising programmes to promote and strengthen India-UK cultural relations through collaboration, connections and creative partnerships. British Council major multi-year arts and culture programmes in India currently include Festivals for the Future and Crafting Futures.
Jonathan has substantial experience in theatre producing, arts management and international cultural exchange. From 2007 – 2019 he was Executive Director of Tara Arts, contributing especially to the major 2.8million GBP capital re-development of Tara Theatre and the launch of the Black Theatre Live national touring consortium.
Before Tara Arts he was Arts Programmes Manager of Croydon Clocktower and Head of Studio and Programme Development at Wimbledon Theatre. In the UK he was a regular guest lecturer in all aspects of theatre producing, leadership and arts management at Birkbeck College, South Bank University, Goldmiths, King’s College London and St Mary’s University of Minnesota.