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With advanced education and experience inresearch methodology in US and India, Nupur has beeninstrumental in product design for several larg purspearheaded our primary research across 5000 workingparents from Mumbai, Delhi, Pune and Bangalore to understandtheir childcare needs in detail to help usmould Little Big World’s size, layout, operations totailor-meet unique needs of Indian Corporate and working employees. With her amicable personality and attention for details, Nupur supervises current operations and marketing among parents and companies around.

(nupur@littlebigworld.in or +91 9820064498)
Coming from an entrepreneur family, Chirag has honed his business management skills with an MBA from JBIMS and over 10 years of experience, mainly with American Express and ICICI Bank, responsible for business management, product development and alliances. Chirag believes corporate childcare is a rapidly growing but sensitive need that can be best addressed with sustainable growth in close collaboration with all stakeholders

(chirag@littlebigworld.in or +91 8550991513)
The brain behind all our ‘software’ –Our learning plans, processes, SOPs and quality control With Diploma in Early Childcare Education from Sophia College, Mumbai, and diplomas in Special Education from Rutgers University, USA and Omega Hornsby course in dyslexia and literacy, UK, Priti has worked as ex-principal at Johnson & Johnson’s corporate HQ creche, NJ, USA for 8+ yrs before her last assignment as pre-primary teacher at St. Mary’s school, Pune for 4 years At Little Big World, Priti blends her experience of working in acorporate crèche in USA and teaching pre-primary children in Indiato developing a centre that custom-meets the needs of corporates and working parents. With many years of experience working with children 6 weeks to 6 years of age, Priti strongly believes that early education should be child-centric and based on each child’s interest. Children learn best through curiosity, play and real-life experiences and that adults should let learning unfold naturally.