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J. Stéphane Appavoo

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Professional Status

Entrepreneur
Open to opportunities

About Me

Over the past fifteen years I have gained extensive senior management experience in the accounting/finance, commodity trading and software/web/mobile industry, both locally and internationally and I am currently the executive Chairman of Holdem, a medium to large conglomerate based in Mauritius.

My contribution to an organization comprises leveraging a combination of business development, team leadership, strategic planning and sales expertise to meet and exceed expectations. I analyze core operational/business functions and implement the most appropriate solutions to drive continual business growth.

I am a strong motivational leader with solid management, leadership and communication skills and a proven record of growing offices worldwide. I understand the real educational development needs of my clients, both from an academic as well as a practical business point of view. I am able to formulate solutions for clients that enhance performance and directly contribute to their bottom line.

Specialties:

- Competitive Analysis
- Financing, Business Turnarounds
- Compliance
- Call Center Management
- Software/Web/Mobile development
- Management Development
- Strategic Partnerships

Experience

Chief Financial Officer

Infinity BPO
September 2008 to December 2010
Responsibilities completed
  • Analysis of business conditions and performance in collaboration with operating and management teams across the business
  • Management of the corporate planning and annual plan/budget process
  • Development and execution of strategic and multi-year business plans
Company Description

Infinity BPO was the largest Call Center in Mauritius (Up to 700 employees) and the largest French speaking one in the whole Southern Hemisphere. The Call Center closed in December 2010, despite numerous attempts to financially rescue it by investors and the Mauritian Government.