Kulwinder Singh Kohli, Founder and Non-executive Chairman, Frankfinn Group
Kulwinder Singh Kohli, Founder and Non-executive Chairman, Frankfinn Group

Brain behind the Frankfinn success story, the hearth of excellence

ANI | Updated: Jan 29, 2019 17:29 IST

New Delhi [India], Jan 29 (NewsVoir): Kulwinder Singh Kohli, the founder and non-executive chairman of Frankfinn Group, has made Frankfinn a synonym to the quality training and best trained work force as air hostesses, crew members, ground staff and front office executives in aviation, hospitality, travel & customer services sectors.
Kulwinder Singh Kohli started with just an investment of Rs. 40,000. It was Kulwinder Singh Kohli’s sweat and toil that has brought this growth story to the worth of Rs. 1500 Crores and a million aspirations come true.
The company was incorporated in 1993 and a truly visionary Kohli commenced an institute specialising in training the work force through vocational courses for Aviation, Hospitality, Tourism, and Customer Services industry, which was yet to sprout. Mr. Kulwinder Singh Kohli’s perseverance has fuelled the brand Frankfinn to its extensive presence pan India and recognition across the globe.
At the age of 31, Mr. Kulwinder Singh Kohli, Lawyer by profession became an entrepreneur. His efforts brought up the undisputed leader in the training industry. Under his guidance, the group has a become a name to be trusted.  It is this trust that his brain child, Frankfinn, is also approved training partner of the National Skill Development Corporation India (NSDC).
The global luxury travel industry has witnessed an exponential growth and it is the calculative faith on this growth that Mr. Kohli sees a sea of opportunities to dive into.
In the next five years to come, Kohli plans to reach the top ten in the global list of aviation and entertainment industry. To achieve this, major expansions and diversifications are intended to be made effective. The group is also in the progression to launch their own regional airline Air Frankfinn, a leap among the list of achievements of the group.
Under the leadership of Kohli, the group has attained a position where no competition stands in the near sight. He has always batted for collective growth, and yet provide the space for individual progress. Under his guidance the group has become a close knitted family striving for innovation in the industry. The values infused with this work environment is exuberated in the ethics of the group.
The institute has been felicitated for its excellence, time and again. Some of the accolades won by Frankfinn Institute are:
-Best Training Partner 2017-18 - Tourism & Hospitality Skill Council
-Best Air Hostess Training Institute - 8 times in a row by ASSOCHAM (2011 - 2018)
-Best Higher Vocational Institute for Skill Development - Awarded by ASSOCHAM, three times consecutively in 2016, 2017 and 2018
Featured in Limca Book of Records for the excellent placement records for many years

The Government with schemes like UDAN is pushing aggressively towards an affordable air travel to Indians, beyond the metropolitan city lights. This has not just brought the scope for highly skilled Air Hostesses but also the service standards.
It is the diligence of Frankfinn that has made it a trusted name in the industry. The government’s focus on low-cost carriers (LCCs), increased foreign direct investment (FDI) in domestic airlines, and a constant focus on regional connectivity is opening gates for the aviation industry like never before.
On the rising focus on aviation, Kulwinder Singh Kohli believes that, “While a large number of airports are planned in India, the industry stakeholders need to collaborate with the government to ensure that a holistic plan is in place for construction of sustainable, world-class and modern ground infrastructure, to meet the demand coming from the exponential growth in the sector.”
The growth for the industry in Asia-Pacific region has increased manifolds, opening opportunities across the seas. (NewsVoir)