in "Indian Women in Technology" article in Silicon India- hi tech magazine for indo american professionals, published off
Park Avenue, NY.
with Indo American Chamber of Commerce (CA chapter) & Silicon Valley Indian American Professionals (SIPA) organizations.
1998 Attended 1st global NRI (Non Resident Indian) Conference in New Delhi, Chaired by PM Vajpayee,
as special guest of Chief NRI Commissioner AR Nanda and was interviewed on Zee Business, business segment of national T.V.-India
for furthering hi tech trade between USA and India (particularly Silicon Valley).
Committee of TiECon'99, annual national convention of TiE (The Indus Entrepreneurs) in Silicon Valley.
Consulting participated in AC Nielson Rating.
Consulting participated in Center for Women & Enterprise State House Day on Beacon Hill.
to be on Task Force for Mass Gap project to appoint women to State House for new Governor Mitt Romney.
Nominated for New England Business Woman of the Year Award, TiE -North Atlantic by President of BWN (Boston Women's
Participated in WiTi - Women in Technology International booth during ITEC Expo at Hynes Convention Center,Boston.
Approached for a write up on Women Entrepreneurs by Wall Street Journal.
Attended World WiT(Women in World Trade) reception for Consular Corps of 52 Consulates in boston.
Attended Microsoft Server 2003 Release seminar by Microsoft.
Attended Software Services Business Forum, TiE Boston at Sloan School of Business Management.
Guest Speaker at Temple Emmanuel's Jewish Professionals Networking Group.
KUMU Consulting has been listed in India New England's Community &Business Resource Guide for 2 years in a row.
Attended Bloomberg's Focus Day event at Westin Copley in Boston, for invited guests.
2006 Kumu Gupta
entered the MiT 50K competition to get seed funding for an ECommerce buisness idea.
BusinessWeek Alliance, BusinessWeek magazine's Market Advisory Board on invitation.
2010 Kumu Gupta attends
TiE Boston Annual Conference at Westin Hotel, Waltham.
2011 Kumu Gupta is nominated for India New England newspaper's "50 Most Influential