Feb 6, 2019
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Momenta Partners Welcomes Vikram Capoor as Strategy Partner in Atlanta

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It is with great pleasure that we welcome Vikram Capoor, our newest Strategy Partner to Momenta Partners.

Vikram is a seasoned executive with extensive experience in using advanced data analytics to identify white space growth opportunities. He has developed strategies to deliver step changes in performance at a diverse set of organizations ranging from Fortune 50 corporations to start-ups and global humanitarian organizations.

He most recently was CEO and Founder at CC &Co, a privately-held holding company. He set the overall vision and strategic direction for with a portfolio encompassing entrepreneurial ventures, social and venture capital, and strategy consulting.

As Chief Strategy Officer at CARE, one of the world’s largest humanitarian organizations operating in more than 70 countries, he architected a strategy to grow revenues from 2% to 8% CAGR, and built consensus around priorities to impact 200 million lives.

Working as senior Strategy Executive at The Coca-Cola Company, he was the architect of Coke’s 2020 Vision to double revenues from $40 Billlion to $80 Billion over ten years. At Coca-Cola, Vikram was also responsible for Strategy/Data Analytics and for setting the strategic priorities for the worldwide business.

Prior to Coca-Cola, Vikram was the Managing Director and Chief Content Officer at the Corporate Executive Board, driving revenue from $15 million to over $150 million, and enabling this information services and data analytics startup to complete a $1.5 Billion IPO. [CEB was later acquired by Gartner.] Vikram was also Managing Director and Policy Committee Member of The Advisory Board Company.

Vikram has an MBA from Cambridge University.

Managing Director of Momenta Partners, Ken Forster states:

"I had the honor of working with Vikram while at The Coca-Cola Company, where he was affectionately known as the ‘sticky yellow note guy’, reducing very complex questions down to an answer that would fit on one 3x3 inch Post-It. I'm pleased to have the opportunity to work with him once again, leveraging his deep experience both producing and using deep-facts to support digital executive strategy and decisions."

According to Vikram: 

"Digitization is becoming real at large, multi-business corporations, moving from the technology shop to the business line as organizations look to digitize core business processes. Concurrently, digitization leaders are looking to their peers, other practitioners, for advice on how to create urgency, transform business models and manage organizational disruptions. I am excited to join Momenta Partners, an organization with the deepest relationships in the digitization space to identify new ways to create value for digitization leaders at the forefront of change."