The Kaur Group is led by Sab Singh and operates with the support of a high quality network of staff and business partners.
Sarbjit "Sab" Singh is an experienced business strategy and market research professional. For more than 12 years he has advised, alone and as part of teams, a host of consumer sector clients, from multinationals to niche, fast growing entities on their most pressing and promising branding and marketing, strategy, and business development issues.
Before founding The Kaur Group, Sab served as a Research Director at Guideline, Inc., where he managed and developed relationships with over 100 sports, media/entertainment, food & beverage, retail, and consumer electronics clients, amongst others. He successfully led a team that provided market research and insight on strategic and tactical issues, meeting alternately and sometimes simultaneously the interests of internal and external clients.
Before Guideline, Sab was a Principal with Avila Partners, Senior Project Manager at Growthink Inc. and a consultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers and Accenture. For the past 6 years, Sab has served as an adjunct professor, teaching entrepreneurship and business planning in the sports management program at New York University and is currently teaching a course at St. John’s University.
Sab was born in Brooklyn, NY and raised in Rockville Centre on Long Island. He graduated with honors from Georgetown University with a BSBA in Finance, a Minor in Government, and earned MBA and JD degrees from Emory University. He is a proud and active alum of all three institutions.
Jennifer Anderson is a finance and strategy professional with several years experience in the media and entertainment industry as well as a background in investment banking and private equity.
In 2002, Jennifer joined the Motion Picture Planning department at Paramount Pictures in Los Angeles where she was responsible for creating and analyzing feature film P&Ls for “greenlighting” the production of major motion pictures, including Mission Impossible 3, War of the Worlds, The Italian Job, Mean Girls and School of Rock to name a few. The financial evaluation process included working closely with business and legal affairs to determine the benefit of various co-financing structures and talent participation deals.
In early 2006, Jennifer transitioned from Paramount Pictures to its newly-formed specialty film unit, Paramount Vantage. As Vice President of Finance for Vantage, Jennifer’s role included the oversight of all feature film marketing budgets, P&L management for the slate of films and the divisional overhead. Jennifer worked on multiple Oscar-nominated and winning film releases including Babel, An Inconvenient Truth, No Country for Old Men and There Will Be Blood.
Jennifer later joined Red Envelope Entertainment, a subsidiary of Netflix, as Head of Finance and Strategic Operations. In this capacity, she was responsible for the company’s overall strategy and operations including the evaluation of all film acquisition opportunities with an emphasis on documentaries, foreign language and niche independent films. Particular focus was given to the growing market for electronic delivery of films to Netflix’s 8.5 million nationwide subscribers at that time.
Prior to entering the entertainment industry, Jennifer began her career as a financial analyst in the investment banking program at J.P. Morgan & Co. in New York. While at J.P. Morgan, she gained exposure to a variety of corporate finance areas including leveraged finance, mergers & acquisitions, client banking and credit risk analysis. She moved on from investment banking to work for Butler Capital, a private equity firm based in New York City. While at Butler, Jennifer was responsible for the evaluation of leveraged buyouts and add-on acquisitions in the manufacturing, distribution and service sectors.
Currently, Jennifer is based in New York City and works as an independent consultant with a focus on the media and entertainment industry. She also serves as a Career Coach at Columbia Business School for current MBA students interested in pursuing careers in the media/entertainment sector.
Jennifer earned a B.S. in Business Administration cum laude from Georgetown University with majors in Finance and International Business and a minor in Psychology. In 2001, Jennifer received an MBA with a concentration in media management from Columbia Business School.