Core Team

Dr. Iris Good – Managing Director

Dr. Good brings great leadership, strategic capabilities and understanding of technology and international markets. She has been involved in technology entrepreneurship and commercialization for over 20 years and has over a decade-long experience in market entry to India conducting JVs, product launches and sales. Her solid scientific background - PhD in Biochemistry, two post docs and university lecturer – enables her to bridge science, business and international markets.

Dr. Good co-established UltraShape, acquired by Syneron for $12 million, and then led the business development of MetaCure, opening its commercial operations in India. In 2007 she founded I-Connections, an Indian market entry firm, and brought numerous innovative technologies to the market since. I-Connection was later merged into GRI.

Dr. Good has a Financial Times Non-Executive Director diploma and has sat on several boards in various countries – such as Sight Diagnostics, Touchlight-Genetics, Tikal Networks and Step of Mind. She currently sits on the investment committee of Cambridge Enterprise and is a mentor at London Business School.

Ms. Aditi Ramdas – Head – Public Relations and Strategy

Aditi has a strong background in Public Relations specific to diplomatic and corporate communication. Over the past seven years she has been responsible for handling the communications mandate of key local and international corporate players in India. Aditi brings great strategic thinking and leadership and is a great enthusiast working with clients and internally with the Good Relations team. She is largely responsible for the planning, development and execution of the communication strategies and campaigns for a vast variety of clients in the Education, Logistics, Consumer, Manufacturing, Lifestyle and Chemical Industry sectors. Aditi holds a Bachelor degree in Media Studies and Postgraduate degree in Public Relations.


Lord Gulam Noon - Director

Lord Noon is the founder and Chairman of Noon Products Limited, one of the largest suppliers of Indian food products into Britain's major supermarkets including Sainsbury’s, Waitrose, Morrisons and Safeway. He currently holds a number of high profile positions in industry and commerce. Lord Noon is also the Chairman and Managing Director of Bombay Halwa Ltd, suppliers of Indian sweets to the aviation catering industry.

He is also the Founder and former Chairman of the Asian Business Association which works directly under the umbrella of the London Chamber of Commerce and in 1998 he was appointed to the main board of the London Chamber of Commerce itself. In January 2002, he was elected President of the LCCI for an 18 month term. In 1996, he received an MBE in the Queen’s Honours List and this was followed in 2002 by a knighthood bestowed by Her Majesty in her Jubilee Year Birthday Honours List. In 1995, he was appointed Director of the Board of the Covent Garden Market Authority for a six year term which ended in 2001. In July 1994, he was voted ‘The Asian of the Year’ by the community.

In 1998, the Asian Business Network awarded him an ‘Outstanding Lifetime Achievement Award’. In September 1999, he was appointed as a Trustee of the British Food Trust. Honorary Doctorates have also been awarded him by Guildhall University London (2001), the University of Central England, Birmingham and Middlesex University (both in 2002), and Kingston University in 2005. Lord Noon was appointed to the Board of Transport for London in 2004, a government body chaired by the Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone.

Lord Noon has also written an Autobiography, ‘Noon, with a view’ wherein he has written about his struggles in life and how he has overcome all that. The book also has a special chapter on his miraculous escape during two incidents: the Mumbai 26/11 Terror Attacks and the Bombay bomb blasts of 2003.