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Smriti Mehta – Urbane Image Management

Smriti Mehta, founder and director of Urbane Image Management, is a certified Image Consultant from Image Consulting Business Institute, India. She has studied image management as per the curriculum designed by Judith Rasband, known as the The First Lady of Image Management.

Smriti is a Commerce graduate from Narsee Monjee College, Mumbai. She has also studied Garment Manufacturing from National Institute of Fashion Technology, Mumbai and was actively involved in the family run textile business for a few years before she decided to take the plunge into Image Management.

Smriti believes that through the concepts of Image management, she can help people identify their individual brand values and project their true image.

She has an eye for detail, a desire to grow and a passion for excellence. Combining this passion with her excellent interpersonal and communication skills she helps individuals and companies create their most desirable first impression.

Read more about Smriti’s consulting business at: www.urbaneimagemanagement.com

5 comments

  1. Dr Chetna Shukla /

    Was reading what you had to offer1 Am impressed :) !

  2. im read about this company in india today.attract by article just im open this website.n i want to attend ur short term consultancy.what i have to do.

  3. May you always excel . . Stay happy . . God Bless . .

  4. supriya /

    hello,
    i want to know more about this course,i tried going through ur website but din’t get any information. so,please can u provide me with ur contact number, to know more about this course.

    regards,
    supriya

    • Smruti Shetty /

      Dear Supriya,

      For more details, kindly visit the website to register for a free presentation & you shall be intimated about the various courses that we offer.
      You can also call on 022 26430438 / 9

      Thank you

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