Anika remains inspired by the dream and the vision of its founder, the Late Mr. Vig K Lal.
Mr.Vig was a great entrepreneur, a proud nationalist and a remarkable leader who through his intelligence , experience and vision transformed Anika from a mere proprietorship firm to one of India leading indenting houses.

Mr. Kasturi Lal Vig was born in 1938 at Khore, a small village in Punjab. He empowered and equipped himself with education and in 1958 graduated with a Bachelor Degree in Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics. In 1969 he earned a Master Degree in Business Administration from the revered University of Delhi with a Distinction in Industrial Psychology, Personnel Management, Marketing Management and Material Management. He made his humble beginnings as a Track Engineer with Indian Railways from 1958 – 1964. In his constant strive to achieve more he started working as a Sales Manager with an Import-Export Organisation.In 1967, he founded Anika International Pvt Ltd. Through his vision, expertise and hard work, Mr. Vig saw Anika transform into a well known name in its domain.

In 1982, he was awarded the prestigious Lion of Finland award for establishing and strengthening trade relations between India and Finland.


Mr. Anil Vig epitomizes experience, managerial skills and elegance in true spirit of a global business leader. Anika is reflection of his vision duly nurtured with dream, courage and constant value additions to the human capital and the organization. His business journey started more than two decades ago now fructifying in diverse fields viz. Paper, Pharmaceuticals, Fertilizer, Timber, Real Estate, Hospitality and Entertainment. He also serves on the board of several top notch business houses viz. TV Today Network, BB Hospitality, India Recypa, Ebony Fashions and Ecotec Developers etc.

Following the footsteps of his father, he was awarded Lion of Finland in 2018 for his outstanding contribution towards strengthening Indo-Finnish trade relations.

DIRECTORSiddharth Vig

Mr. Siddharth Vig represents young & dynamic force behind the core operations of Anika Global’s business expansions in both Indian and global market place. He joined Anika at a very young age and dedicated entirely to the growth of the company. He associated with the company at the early phase of opening up of Indian economy and played a decisive role in conceptualising the business strategy and partnering global companies to facilitate better solutions to the esteemed clientele. Anika Global stands tall & firm in his presence and his courage to take tough decisions and handling business challenges always benefitted the company in its’ growth trajectory.
Anirudh Mathur

Sr. General ManagerAnirudh Mathur

Mr. Anirudh Mathur has been in the core group of Anika Global since its inception. He has been the strong pillar who has dedicated his time and energy in not just achieving company’s development but also in harnessing product and technological methodologies to bring Indians closer to their dreams. With his strong belief that motivated personnel are pivotal for the growth of the company, he has created truly game changing teams of sales, marketing, finance and logistics under him embarking a strong, efficient and ethical work culture in the organization.

Assistant General ManagerPankaj Kumar

Pankaj Kumar has been the most flexible leader of the lot. He has been the main driver in increasing the market share of the company in designated territories. He has excelled in the field of architectural products’ sales, research and provincial expansion. He has been actively involved in the brain storming sessions of the company and has held a pivotal role in not only bringing the sales for the company but also in developing a deep and strong pipeline of projects. With his flawless connection with clients, he always ensures that the company’s revenues increase year on year.

Design, Imagination, Fondness and Budget are pre-requisites to convert blueprint into execution. Without these 4 pillars we are completely depending on traditional concepts which are time taking, expensive and often based on trial and error methodology.
  • Analysis
  • Blueprint
  • Execution
  • Handover

The very first stage or you may say the nascent stage of thinking about the project is called the “Analysis stage”. Herein we check the pre-requisites or necessities to check whether the project is feasible or some changes are required at the site to make is feasible.

In this stage, a site visit is required to create a blue print of the project. This is the principal stage in which we inform the client if any changes are required or not. One of our Site Engineers visit the site with the execution team to inspect what all is required to be made and designed to perfection.

For example, to create a pergola, we need to check whether pillars are required or not. If yes, then we need to see where all we require a pillars and whether the base structure is stable enough to support fasteners. All these parameters are checked again and again to ensure a timely completion of the site.


Once the inspection of the site is complete and all the parameters are cross checked to analysis the feasibility of the project, we create 4 designs for the customer as per the site measurement and the taste of the client. After which we take the valuable feedback the client and make the requisite changes asked.

Once the changes are done, then the budget is decided and timelines are decided to complete the project. Also, we check the electricity points, water storage and other necessities to ascertain all of the details of the project.

For example, a pergola is not meant to be executed without a drawing or a design with well written instructions. Moroever, a client always has a budget in mind for execution. It also excessively depends on the taste and fondness of the client. So, a blueprint is an absolute necessity in creating a pergola.

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Project execution (or implementation) is the phase in which the plan designed in the prior phases of the project life is put into action. The purpose of project execution is to deliver the project expected results (deliverable and other direct outputs).

During the project execution the execution team utilizes all the schedules , procedures and templates that were prepared and anticipated during prior phases. Unanticipated events and situations will inevitably be encountered, and the Project Manager and Project Team will have to deal with them as they come up.

The whole point of a project is to produce deliverables of some sort and the execution phase is where this happens. Essentially, work is done according to the project plan and that work is monitored and the results fed back to the people responsible for the plan so that it can be updated to reflect the progress made.


Defining handover is necessary to ensure all parties have an agreed focal point and their efforts are aligned to a common goal. Understanding that handover is a transition period rather than a date is paramount to smooth the change curve and close the gap between project phase and Execution.

Every project needs to end and that’s what project completion is all about in the last phase of the project life cycle. The whole point of the project is to deliver what was promised. By delivering everything we said we would, we make sure that all stakeholders are satisfied and content.

Contracts come to a close just as projects come to a close. Contract closure is concerned with completing and settling the terms of the contracts let for the project and it comes to an end with a work completion certificate.

Since the inception of our company, it has become our primary focus to introduce unique and hand-picked products in our portfolio.


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