Project Management Institute (PMI) appoints Amit Goyal as Regional Managing Director, South Asia

July 5, 2024 – Project Management Institute (PMI), the world’s leading authority for project professionals, announced the appointment of Amit Goyal as Regional Managing Director, South Asia. He will be based in New Delhi, India to further support its mission of maximizing project success to make a difference in the world. At PMI, Amit will focus on building a strong and cohesive team dedicated to supporting and growing PMI’s South Asia community, which includes 11 chapters spread across the region where members can advance career opportunities and work together to drive greater impact.

Speaking about the development, Pierre Le Manh, President & Chief Executive Officer, PMI said, “We are delighted to welcome Amit Goyal as Regional Managing Director, South Asia, at PMI. His extensive experience across various industries, particularly in education, will be pivotal in driving sustained growth. His experience as a regional leader will be invaluable in expanding and transforming this critical market and ensuring long-term success within the region and beyond. We are certain that Amit will bring valuable new perspectives to our leadership team and support the PMI community.”

Amit Goyal previously served as the Country Manager for edX India and has held executive roles at Samsung and other listed companies. He is renowned for spearheading the launch of the world’s cheapest Tablet PC “Aakash,” a project commissioned by the Government of India to bridge the digital divide. Amit Goyal’s leadership has consistently driven innovation and access in technology and education, making a positive and lasting impact on both sectors.

“Project management is a dynamic profession that offers opportunities to learn critical skills, such as different ways of working, collaboration, strategic thinking and problem solving, all while harnessing the latest technologies,” said Amit Goyal, PMP, Regional Managing Director, South Asia, PMI. “Projects are the way works get done in today’s world, so it’s no surprise there is a huge demand for project management in India and across the region. It’s an exciting time to join PMI, where we’re laser-focused on helping upskill the next generation of project talent so they are ready to lead successful projects and elevate their career opportunities.”

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