$3 bn and counting

Tech Mahindra is looking to hit its $5 billion revenue target with a blend of organic and inorganic initiatives

Naveen Sharma

CP Gurnani’s tickets for the Fifa World Cup in June are all booked. But for the 55-year-old managing director of Tech Mahindra, this is more than an opportunity to watch some first-class soccer and spend quality time with his children, who are also flying down to Brazil from the US for the event. As technology provider for one of the biggest sporting events in the world, Tech Mahindra’s head will be in Rio to ensure everything goes off without a glitch. Four years ago, Gurnani was at Johannesburg, South Africa, as well, when the company provided IT support to Fifa for the first time. That was a success, encouraging Gurnani to be optimistic about Tech Mahindra’s performance this time as well.