India won't get better by itself. We must set big goals and hold ourselves accountable every step of the way!
Mrs. Leema Rose Martin
"A pillar of strength, support and inspiration"
Wife of our Chairman, Mrs. Leema Rose Martin is the Director of the Martin Group of Companies. Her dedication towards the success of every endeavor of our organization along with her persistent focus towards the fulfillment of the developmental goals of the entire group has truly made her “the driving force behind Mr. Santiago Martin’s success story”. Her benevolence and compassionate nature towards every member of the company is one of the main reasons behind the transformation of our organization as one corporate family.
As a joint Managing Trustee of the Martin Charitable Trust as well as the Secretary & Correspondent of the Martin Homoeopathy Medical College & Hospital, her keen sense of understanding for humanitarian values and the practice of good business principles and social ethics have made her a champion in the field of charity and social work. She shares the grand vision of the organization to help promote and consolidate a foundation of unity and sustainable progress through innovation and industry that would help the group of companies to attain greater heights in every field and every aspect.
Mr. Jose Charles Martin
The eldest son of Mr. Santiago Martin, Mr. Jose Charles Martin is the director of the Martin Group of Companies. When it comes to his business, he has an entrepreneurial state of mind with a vision and mission to become "one of the world’s best businessmen”.
According to Mr. Jose Charles Martin, true success begins the second you start giving back. He believes that it is the duty of every citizen to return a portion of the goodness they received, to society. His strong charitable attitude has inspired him to personally undertake several generous charitable deeds and works both as an individual as well as a successful group.
We are grateful on the contributions made from the group on Cyclone Gaja
Cyclone Gaja slithered across the coastal districts of Tamil Nadu as the most powerful and most damaging calamity on record to hit the delta region. It floated gradually over the land devastating pieces of the Nagapattinam, Cuddalore, Thanjavur, Tiruvarur, Pudukottai, Dindigul, Trichy, Karur, Sivagangai, Ramnad, and Karaikal causing extraordinary flooding and harm in the delta regions.