CEOWorld.biz: CEO Spotlight – Infrabuild CEO Vik Bansal Believes Australia’s Manufacturing Sector Can Thrive Post-Pandemic

In the latest CEO Spotlight, CEOWorld.biz interviews Vik Bansal, CEO of Infrabuild. Mr. Bansal discusses his thoughts on the Australian manufacturing sector regarding the pandemic and how he plans to thrive in this new environment. He also provides some insights into his career journey and offers advice for up to young entrepreneurs. Additionally, Cleanaway CEO Vik Bansal is featured in a separate article discussing his views on the current state of the waste industry.

Vik Bansal is the CEO of Infrabuild, an Australian construction, and engineering company. He has over 25 years of experience in the industry, having held various leadership positions in both Australia and India. Mr. Bansal is a civil engineer by training and has a master’s in Business Administration from Melbourne.

In his role as CEO of Infrabuild, Vik Bansal is responsible for leading the company’s operations and strategy. He is also a member of the Board of Directors. Under his leadership, Infrabuild has completed many large-scale construction projects, including the Melbourne Cricket Ground Redevelopment and the Perth Children’s Hospital.

In an interview with CEOWorld.biz, Vik Bansal discusses his thoughts on the Australian manufacturing sector regarding the pandemic. He believes that the sector has much potential and can thrive in the post-pandemic world. Mr. Bansal cites several reasons for his optimism, including the country’s strong infrastructure, skilled workforce, and abundance of natural resources. He also believes that the pandemic has created a new awareness of the importance of manufacturing and will lead to more investment in the sector.

Vik Bansal credits much of his success to hard work and dedication when asked about his career journey. He advises young entrepreneurs to be patient and never give up on their dreams. Mr. Bansal also believes that it is important to surround yourself with good people and always learn from your mistakes.

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