Author: Rohan Verma

Rohan Verma is an experienced leader with an established ability to drive changes and make impact. Rohan has 10 years experience at McKinsey & Co, Nomura, and healthcare sector. Rohan believes in better, patient-oriented and evidence-based medicine, his practice focuses on potentially reversing type 2 diabetes. Rohan follows a data driven strategy and his major focus lies on making targeted efforts to deliver the best health care program and optimize business outcomes.


  1. Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.), Electronics and Entrepreneurship, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, 2012
  2. CrossFit Level 2 Trainer, CrossFit


Jan 2020-Present, CEO & Co-Founder at Breathe Well-being, Gurugram
  1. Breathe Well-being is a research-based, digital, healthcare program that helps Indians manage, prevent, and reverse their Type 2 Diabetes.
  2. A combination of one-to-one coaching for diet, exercise, and stress management is employed. This is done via expert health coaches led WhatsApp community, Breath Well-being app as well as a highly engaging technology platform. Through this plan, people can see a remarkable change in their blood sugar levels, weight changes, their fitness levels, and eventually can notice “zero medication” in their prescriptions.
Jan 2020- Apr 2020, Incubatee at Y Combinator, San Francisco Bay Area Aug 2013 – Sep 2015, Strategy Consultant/ BA at McKinsey & Company, Mumbai
  1. Due diligence on an alcohol player based in the Philippines. Stacked the competitive positioning of the target and built a revenue growth model estimating the size of spirits market by 2020. Estimated the value of opportunity in the emerging whiskey markets by formulating a go-to-market strategy for the targets' whiskey subsidiary
  2. Pricing strategy and volume allocation for a cement player in the Philippines to increase EBITDA by 5%.
  3. Built regional scoring models for 8 micro markets in the Philippines, 2*2 profitability frameworks, and market share sensitivity frameworks to estimate the impact of price change in Philippines cement market
  4. Africa market entry strategy to evaluate opportunity within each African country for an Indian conglomerate across its two verticals- tractors and generators with extensive competitive positioning in Ghana, Egypt, and South Africa
  5. Feature optimization in entry-level motorbikes for a two-wheeler manufacturer impacting EBITDA by $80mn, and impacting Net Margins from 6% to 16%
Jul 2012 – May 2013, Senior Business Analyst at Nomura, Mumbai
  1. Executed Business Process Modeling for Equities-EMEA, APAC, US and Global with Business M.I teams
  2. Assisting in Research on Competitors, M&A and Commodity markets through weekly reports
Jul 2011 – Jun 2012, Curator at TEDxCQ, Singapore May 2011 – Jul 2011, Client Relationship Manager at Buy One Give One, Singapore Sep 2010 – Dec 2010, Commodity trading at Adani Enterprises Ltd.

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