Get to know Tanvir Bhangoo

November 10, 2020 |
Contributed by Tanvir Bhangoo, DeGroote Alumnus

Get to know a bit more about DeGroote alumnus Tanvir Bhangoo.

Tanvir talks about what led him to become the VP of Technology at Freshii before leaving that role to run his own business full time. He also shares what he thinks are some of the biggest challenges people in the tech industry face today. Did you know he was part of the team that won the Vanier Cup for McMaster in 2011?

Break any silos, break any bias, get creative, set amazing goals, and go to work towards your targets. Everyone has their own paths, so find what works for you. Have fun while doing it!

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Tanvir Bhangoo

Tanvir Bhangoo

Managing Director
TBX Digital

Tanvir has a successful track record in helping global organizations gain competitive, cost, and operational advantages through key digital transformations. Currently, Tanvir is Managing Director of TBX Digital, helping businesses become digital first amidst disruption. Some of TBXs services include execution led digital transformation consulting, executive workshops, and training. Tanvir also produces a weekly podcast on the “Tanvir Bhangoo Show – Sports to Business,” where he interviews world class athletes on leveraging principles in sports to win in business. He also hosts a weekly “Digital Quarterback” video series tackling keyd digital transformations issues. Tanvir holds an MBA and a Bachelors of Commerce degree from DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University. He is also a former college football athlete, winning a national championship with the McMaster Marauders in 2011.

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