“Even if I fail, I believe that it doesn’t mean I will continue to fail. Be able to say I believe in myself and keep trying. Everything that is successful will begin with my believing in myself”
– Be a responsible person –
“I am trying not to be the person who blames others or makes excuses. I believe that one of the most important keys to success is having the discipline to do what I know I should do even when I don’t feel like doing it–and those daily decisions often involve taking responsibility for my own choices and actions. I try to remember that my actions do affect other people, so always be careful with what I say and do“
I believe life is easier when we allow ourselves to adapt to different situations and I am happy to be a part of GJC where my talent is nurtured and where I can help others to develop. GJC Culture is to support and stand with each other as a team which motivates each one of us and Yes,“ When we strive to become better than we are , everything around us becomes better too “ . I can see very exciting times ahead !
There are many differences between India and Japan culturally and in the accounting system. The differences can make you very confused. It is also true that the expats in India are mostly not accounting and tax specialists, and the headquarters may have a hard time to grasp the business situations at local offices. Therefore, I will carefully explain to both expats and the headquarters’ accounting members in simple words so that they understand the situation
accurately. Many clients feel it challenging to communicate with Indian staff. I will not only
explain the client’s expectations to them accurately but also provide detailed explanations of the background and purpose of the request so that we can always deliver results that exceed the client’s expectations.
Accounting and Tax Filing is not purpose of companies but the most intensive and effective tools for company governance. Compliance with major and minor accounting and tax rules enable companies to figure out their weakness, wastage, miscommunication and inefficiency followed by immediate and appropriate countermeasures. Thereafter, top managements can substantiate innovations of companies with dramatic growth without stagnation. We are proud of rendering strong support and service in this regard in order for Japanese companies to focus on fulfilling their original missions in India asking themselves “WHY DID WE COME TO GREAT INDIA?” Apart from those services, we are willing to dedicate our professionals to creating, destroying and re-creating “Value Mechanism” of clients, which can eventually solve social discomfort, distress, Inconvenience, burden, unfairness.
Having lived and worked in India for years, I find pleasure in the complexity, capacity and diversity of India as a country, and find its culture and society fascinating in different ways from Japan. You might find it chaotic when it comes to corporate compliance, like law and regulation conflicts, constantly changing rules or systems not keeping up policies. I always try to dedicate myself to support Japanese companies to be able to concentrate better on their own business rather than worrying about bureaucratic issues. I am happy to assist Japanese companies enter and thrive in the Indian market.My favorite food is Rasam and my favorite actress is Priyanka Chopra
One has to be passionate about what he is doing as much as how he is doing it. Being a professional, my role is not limited to answer what clients specifically ask for, but deeply foresee what client wants and pro-actively advice them to take decisions keeping in mind their business objectives. Having spent more than a decade working with Japanese companies in India and lived in Japan, helped me understand difference in culture, communication and the way businesses are done in both countries. I feel it is not easy to take sound business decisions without understanding the cultures, and the business practice of a country. My focus always remain to bridge the cultural gap with effective communication and help client to solve business problems. I like having lunch with my team members at our office dining place. While in Chennai, I ride my bike in the busy streets, while in Tokyo, I ride my bicycle to commute to office. I enjoy talking Japanese and exploring various Japanese restaurant. I love pani-poori as much as I love Takoyaki (veg)