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Avinav Trigunait

Research Director

Avinav is Research Director with IDC, leading the Asia/Pacific Future of Work, AR/VR and mobility practices, based in Singapore. In this role, he provides strategic insights and advisory services to business leaders, C-Level executives for their business transformation, technology investments and go-to-market strategies. He also manages the startups/innovator program at IDC Asia/Pacific.

Avinav brings deep understanding of the technology sector and analyzes the impact of emerging technologies such as AR/VR, AI, Software Defined-IT, Blockchain as well as demographic changes, and evolving people behaviors on Future of Work and society at large. He has delivered several strategic engagements such as M&A advisory, digital transformation roadmap, new product launch, and data analytics and governance advisory for clients across Asia Pacific, Europe and North America markets.

Prior to joining IDC, he was with Deloitte’s US Innovation group and before that, he worked for Wipro’s Business Innovation Group. Avinav has authored several whitepapers and reports- published on, and by Deloitte University Press and Wipro Council for Industry Research. He is a featured speaker at various industry conferences and forums.   Avinav holds a Bachelor of Business Management from Alliance Business Academy, and Master of Management from ISME. He is also certified in Six Sigma Black Belt from Indian Statistical Institute and Design Thinking certified by MIT’s Sloan School of Management.

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