A graduate of McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, GuruDan majored in Strategic Marketing Management with minors in Business Management, and Computers & Systems with specific focus in Strategic Planning for small-to medium-sized businesses (SME/SMB).
GuruDan's experience spans corporations like Standard Life, Telemedia (Toronto and New York City), Jaeger Waldmann of Germany, Shaw Communications, International Yellow Pages of Texas, USA; DJR Communications, Kentucky Fried Chicken (Caribbean), Coca-Cola (Caribbean), Nissan (Caribbean), Banyan Ltd. (Caribbean), Prudential Insurance (Canada & USA), more...
He currently is a working partner in Tramca Group Inc., which specializes in strategic planning, marketing and advertising consulting, corporate communications and multimedia productions to Small-to -Medium-sized Businesses (SME/SMBs) throughout Canada, USA and the Caribbean. He is also the Diversity To Inclusion Strategist with the consulting company, Diversity2Inclusion Strategies, which provides strategic solutions of turning diversity to inclusion.
GuruDan considers himself a Middlepath thinker. Creative people are right-side thinkers. They are poets, artists, romantics caught up in a world of profits and commerce, and who deal in ideas and art. Left-side thinkers want the creative to make sense to them - to make profits.
Middlepath thinking is the bridge that connects the gap between the right-side and left-side thinkers - it is the secret of turning diversity to inclusion AND creative into profit. This is his area of expertise - his unique ability.