Mahima Pahuja | Economic Research Officer

I joined Healy Consultants Group PLC in 2018 as an Economic Research Officer. I am conducting economic and financial and legal research to assist our Clients with market research and to improve our website’s content.
Business goals
  • To make Healy Consultants Group PLC a one-stop shop for all information needs of Clients;
  • To highlight the importance of political, cultural, and social factors on business decisions;
  • Provide Clients and staff with a holistic view of their area of interest and help them make informed decisions.
My daily work schedule
  • Read and research about the most recent economic and political developments in various countries;
  • Update country-specific information on our website;
  • Prepare relevant tables of comparison for different company setup and taxation options, which ease the decision-making process for our Clients;
  • Write blogs for upcoming sectors and economies across the world.
The most interesting work I ever didWrote a paper about the Great Depression and how it still affects major macroeconomic decisions almost a century later.
The most rewarding work I ever didAnalyzed the role of regional cooperation amongst countries in the global economy with a special focus on South Asian countries (SAARC).
PastimesReading, blogging, playing the Santoor and yoga.
Business style
  • Detail-oriented;
  • Creative;
  • Methodical.
Languages I speakEnglish, Hindi and Sindhi.
A sample of my global business experience
  • Updated and enhanced several company incorporation pages including that of Angola, Algeria and Bangladesh;
  • Wrote quality articles commenting on the economic situation of countries like South Korea, Denmark and Ireland;
  • Interned at IndusInd Bank Limited and conducted market research to help the bank understand how their Clients were using their services then proposed improvement solutions;
  • Assisted the digital team at Aditya Birla Group with their competitor watch project.
The most unusual engagement I didAssisted the development team at Talerang to gain market share in another Indian city while leading a team of 25 members.