Tiffin.com is a web based service that aims to provide fresh, healthy and nutritious Indian and Asian food delivery to the location of your choice. The service has been modeled after the famous meal delivery service of Mumbai, India.
Tiffin.com is the brainchild of Munish Narula, a former Investment Banker and a Wharton MBA. Munish also has extensive experience in the food service business. After earning a Bachelor of Science in Hotel Restaurant Management and a MS in Hospitality Administration from Johnson & Wales University, he started working for a full service chain restaurant where he quickly moved up the ladder to reach the position of Area Manager with 11 restaurants under his management. After earning a MBA degree in Finance from Wharton and a stint with bulge bracket Investment Bank, he came back to the food service business when he founded, the now nationally acclaimed, Karma restaurant in Philadelphia. It was during his time with Karma that he identified the need of providing fresh nutritious Indian food to people at affordable prices and so the idea for Tiffin.com was born.
Tiffin would initially start with services in Philadelphia’s Old City, Center City, University City and Northern Liberties sections. The plans are to eventually expand it to other areas of the city and to other Cities outside of Philadelphia.
Board of Advisors
Professor Jagmohan S. Raju is the Joseph J. Aresty Professor and Director of the Wharton-Indian School of Business Program. Professor Raju is internationally known for his research on pricing strategies, coupon programs, managing private labels and sales force compensation. He consults extensively with companies around the world including Wyeth Pharmaceuticals, Medtronic, Warner Home Video, and Johnson and Johnson on designing pricing strategies and developing launch plans for new products.
A prolific scholar, Professor Raju's research has been published in top-tier academic journals including Management Science, the Journal of Retailing, and Marketing Science. He also serves as the Marketing Editor of Management Science and is the President of the INFORMS Society for Marketing Science, a professional organization whose members include marketing academics and business executives who apply quantitative methods to solve marketing problems. He has received numerous teaching and research awards.
Professor Harbir Singh is The Mack Professor of Management and Co-Director, Mack Center for Technological Innovation at the Wharton School of Business. Prof. Singh is well renowned for his work on Strategies for corporate acquisitions, Corporate governance, joint ventures, management buyouts, and corporate restructuring.
A PhD from University of Michigan, MBA from Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, and a BTech from Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, 1975.
A true scholar, Professor Singh’s research has been published in the top management journals. Professor Singh sits on the Editorial Board of Strategic Management Journal, and Editorial Board of Academy of Management Review.
Eileen Sharkey Rosenfeld is a Sr. Brand Manager at Kraft Foods where she has spent the past 7 years running well-known branded food products such as Cool Whip and Kraft Singles. While managing revenue and profit growth for her brands, she developed marketing plans for numerous consumer groups using diverse media tools ranging from mass market TV advertising to local Hispanic events. Eileen has also spearheaded initiatives in Kraft’s coveted Breakthrough Innovation group, aimed at penetrating new product categories and identifying unique business models to drive growth.
Eileen received her MBA from the Wharton School of Business in 2001 and completed her undergraduate studies in business at Washington University in St. Louis in 1994. Between these studies, she worked as a management consultant with Ernst & Young LLP, focusing on implementing organizational structure and change management practices to her clients in the US and Europe. Her work spanned multiple industries, including telecommunications, health care, and consumer packaged goods.