Managing Director & Senior Partner
Mumbai - Nariman Point
Abheek Singhi is the Chair of Practices and Partner Committee in Boston Consulting Group India. Abheek led BCG’s Consumer and Retail practice in Asia-Pacific. He was named a BCG Fellow in 2015; his fellowship is examining how digital and other technologies can provide leapfrog opportunities in emerging markets.
Abheek has nearly 25 years of experience with clients in emerging markets such as India, China, Southeast Asia, and the Middle East. In addition, he has worked in BCG San Francisco with clients in the US and Canada.
He has worked with both large and mid-sized companies across sectors on a wide variety of projects related to strategy, operational excellence, and organizational improvement. In those assignments, he has led teams delivering significant top-line and bottom-line impact for clients.
Abheek has been a member of the National FMCG (fast-moving consumer goods) Committee and the National Retail Committee of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) for several years. In that role, he has worked to monitor the industry trends and to shape industry wide responses. Abheek has also been selected by the Aspen Institute as part of the India Leadership Initiative program and is a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.
Abheek is a coauthor of the bestselling BCG book The $10 Trillion Prize (published by Harvard Business Review Press). He has also written several seminal reports on the Indian agriculture, consumer, and retail sectors, and he is a frequent contributor to national newspapers and a speaker at leading business conferences and seminars.
Digitizing Consumers in India - Uncovering key trends in Indian ConsumerTech space and implications/key learnings for founders in their scale-up journey.
BCG, in association with RAI, has released its annual flagship report about "Leveraging AI and powering retail with analytics".
BCG, in association with RAI, has released its annual flagship report about the retail industry. The report highlights critical imperatives that retail industry in India needs to undertake in order to achieve $2 trillion valuation in next decade.
Abheek Singhi, Managing Director and Senior Partner, BCG India shares one of his many experiences that embodies BCG leading with impact, innovation, and integrity.
We gained firsthand insights from 17 board chairs on how their organizations weathered the pandemic, trends that will emerge during the coming recovery, and how leaders can prepare for the next crisis.
The report jointly developed by BCG and RAI details the shifts in consumer preferences. It also shares a path forward for retailers to lead and win in the changing demand dynamics.
The advent of COVID-19 has altered the course of India’s consumption story with both access linked constraints and income uncertainty negatively impacting household consumption. This report highlights key changes about how Indian consumers are likely to spend, shop, and save in the new decade.
Healthcare delivery transformation can be achieved through the creation of an “open digital health ecosystem” or a health ODE.
As the economy starts to open up, the new reality is unraveling across dimensions, impacting the way businesses function.
Emerging-market companies that sell through retailers must respond to evolving customer needs, navigate a new landscape, and lower their costs.
This report talks about likely trends that could shape the industry in the next 5-10 years, considering multiple dimensions of consumer shifts, supply side innovations, data and technology driven disruptions, new competitive forces and regulations.
The online food ordering industry in India is expected to be approximately USD 8 BN by 2022. The report outlines the triggers that drive Indians consumers to order food online, the key reasons which make them continue to stay engaged, barriers that prevent consumers from adopting online food ordering as a service, and potential growth opportunities for food tech players. In addition, the report also highlights examples of online food ordering businesses in other parts of the world and explains the different business models they adopted along their evolution journey.