Indian-Australian AMU Alumnus Aamir Qutub launches his company’s sports technology wing in Delhi

By Raqib Hameed Naik,

New Delhi: Indian-Australian Entrepreneur Aamir Qutub, an alumnus of AMU and founder of Entriprise Monkey, an Australian digital company, has launched its sports technology wing in New Delhi, India.

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Qutub is also representing his company Enterprise Monkey as a part of Australian Government Sports Tech trade mission delegation. The delegation consists of 10 high potential sports technology companies lead by Australian Sports Technologies Network and will visit New Delhi, Mumbai, and Bangalore and will meet key decision makers from the sports industry.


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Enterprise Monkey claims to have worked with leading sports organisations like Australian Sports Technologies Network and global sport brands: Albion Sports. It is now opening its sports technology capabilities and expertise for the Indian Sports market.

With an emphasis on enhancing the performance of sports organizations with the help of digital technology, Qutub said, “There’s a lot of untapped talent and potential in the youth of India and grassroots sports organizations that can be identified, nurtured and nourished with the help of digital communications channel.”

“We believe Sports Monkey has the potential to empower Indian sports organizations digitally and help develop stronger sports capabilities in India. We met people from IPL league, Kabbadi League and Hockey India and they are pretty much interested,” he added.

Enterprise Monkey is based in Melbourne and helps Small-to-Medium Enterprises and Non-for-Profits by providing integration, automation and greater visibility of their business processes and saves them time and money. It also helps organizations in increasing their long term efficiency, productivity and ultimately profitability by developing enterprise solutions for them.