Capt. Singh is the founder and promoter of the WWSO Group. After a brief stint of 8 years in the Indian Army, he started World Wide Security Organisation in February 1994. He also simultaneously took part in the setting up of the group’s pet NGO, Sahara Manch, in order to assist the rural areas in 360 degree development. Capt. Singh is the Madhya Pradesh Chapter State President of the Central Association of Private Security Industry (CAPSI). He has single-handedly managed to spread this business from Bhopal to a Pan India Level, diversifying along the way to incorporate other security verticals apart from manned guarding. Capt. Singh holds a PGDM degree.
Mr. Magre joined WWSO in 2004, and currently holds the post of Chief Operating Officer and is responsible for overall operations and finance for the group company. He has also worked in a MP Govt Undertaking, Optel, before joining our firm. Mr Magre has studied Economics and also holds a Master’s Degree in Sociology.
Mr. Vineet R. Singh joined the firm in 2014 and is currently serving as Region Head – North India, overseeing all operations and business development projects for the company in northern India that includes NCR, UP, Haryana, Punjab, Rajasthan, HP and J&K. He is a Director in Vasudha Facility Solutions Pvt. Ltd., a group company of WWSO. An alumnus of Bishop Cotton School, Simla, Mr Singh has done his graduation in Commerce from St. Joseph’s College of Commerce, Bengaluru and a PGDM from FORE School of Management, Delhi. He has been a part of the team which has gone on exposure visits to various countries to understand the security outlay of such developed nations.
Ms. Sharma joined WWSO in 2014 and is currently serving as Region Head – South India, overseeing all operations, business development projects for the company in southern India that includes Karnataka, TN, Kerala, AP and Telangana and all legal matters for the company. An alumnus of Welham Girls’ School, Dehradun, Ms. Sharma holds a Law degree from NALSAR, Hyderabad and a PGDM (IB) from Management Development Institute, Delhi. She has done a short stint in Paris, working in Axa Insurance before returning to India to join Hindustan Times in the marketing division till October 2014.