MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica -- Recently named president of the Business Process Industry Association of Jamaica (BPIAJ) Dr Gunasekhar Muppuri has pledged to partner with government and all other stakeholders to rev up the sector's fight towards improving the destination's tarnished image, brought about by cyber crimes including the lotto scamming.
Meanwhile, during its recent AGM, Dr Guna Muppuri took over the reins of the BPIAJ from Yoni Epstein who headed the organisation since its 2012 inception.
A Physician, by profession graduated from the class of 1986-1991 at S.V. University Medical College, Tirupati-India. Later he migrated to Jamaica in early 1992 and since then, he worked in various capacities as a medical officer in the health care system of Jamaica between private and public sector entities. A compassionate and caring physician with over 20 years of medical experience in Jamaica and 8 years of experience as an entrepreneur in the field of pharmaceuticals. Dr. Muppuri is a visionary principal founder and CEO of Indies Pharma Ja Ltd and under his able stewardship the organization has become a force to reckon with in the generic pharmaceuticals branding and distribution in Jamaica.
Dr. Muppuri is a well established and successful entrepreneur in diversified industries ranging from pharmaceuticals, health care/medical education to heavy metals manufacturing industry. Dr. Muppuri is also the Co-Founder and Promoter of GMP Greenfield India Pvt Ltd, ECOAMIGOS GMP Caribbean, Bioprist Pharmaceuticals NA LLC, Bioprist Las Americas Ltd. Dr. Muppuri will be taking over the responsibility of president of the upcoming International Health Sciences University in order to design and establish the road for a world class Medical and Health Sciences University in the Caribbean.