Leading Ladies of Indian Businesses – They are Role Model & Inspiration for Young Indian Women

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There are not only Men’s who have taken over big business and industries and have created and build big empires, keeping them aside, on the other hand now we have big and leading ladies playing a huge role in forming businesses. The very reason is their sharp sense that has made it so big that now their names too play in the top list. Created with confidence, our very own business women’s are making it large day by day.

Here we present you some names that have made it large.

Anu Aga

Chairperson of Thermax Ltd., a energy and environment engineering business. Thermax is the same company from where Anu Aga, who now acts as a chairperson had started her career and also handled the Human Resource Division. Anu Aga for now has been retired from the post of chairperson and has started her next innings as a social worker.

Aruna Jayanthi

Capegemini’s CEO. Aruna Jayanthi’s plays a wider role in Capegemini’s growth. She supervises the operations crosswise over India and also backs the organisation growth with development plans and reinforce India’s position as an industrialization and advancement center.

Arundhati Bhattacharya

Chief Managing Director of State Bank Of India. Arundhati Bhattacharya became one of the principal ladies to be the chairperson of State bank Of India. Bhattacharya who previously joined the bank as a probationary officer has now raised the capital market furthermore began some new ventures in SBI.

Chanda Kochhar

ICICI Bank – Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer. For India and overseas, Chanda Kochhar is in charge of the bank’s assorted operations. Also she heads the board the boards of most of the bank’s subsidiaries which also takes in  India’s leading private sector life and general insurance companies.

Chitra Ramkrishna

National Stock Exchange (NSE) which was formed to reform the capital market in India, has its managing director and chief executive officer a women, Chitra Ramakrishna. Ramkrishna has not just kept up the rich legacy of this incredible foundation but also her attempts had guaranteed new heights.

Indu Jain

Chairperson of The Times Group and being on such a high post, Indu Jain has implanted new vitality into the development of India’s biggest media house. The Times Foundation has already earned acclaims for being pioneer in the field of development.

Kalli Purie

Chief creative officer of India today Group, also Purie holds the additional responsibility of Chief Operating Officer and the Director of India Today Conclave. Started as a marketing executive, Purie in the different divisions of the group spanning print, television and digital.

Kiran Mazumdar Shaw

Biocon Limited’s chairman and managing director and presently she serves as the chairperson of IIM – Bangalore. Kiran Mazumdar Shaw has credited herself with outstanding contributions that led to the progress of Science and Chemistry.

Mallika Srinivasan

Chairman and chief executive officer at Tractors and Farm Equipment Limited. Mallika established TAFE as a mass manufacturer of tractors. She led the company’s growth with diverse interests. From Tractors to plantations, Mallika has led a variety of industry bodies.

Naina Lal Kidwai

Chartered Accountant and Business Executive – Naina Lal Kidwai presently holds the position in HSBC bank as the General Manager and the Country Head of HSBC India. A qualified chartered accountant who guided the functioning of foreign bank in India.

Neelam Dhawan

Managing Director of Hewlett-Packard India. Neelam Dhawan has countrywide responsibility to ensure profitability as well as taking care of the greatest leverage from HP’s Services. To make HP the most appreciated organization in India, Neelam Dhawan is centered towards corporate development efforts.

Nisa Godrej

Godrej Consumer Products, Nisa Godrej. She looks on the whole corporate strategy of Godrej industries and associate companies and also she has overseen various projects in innovation, strategy and HR for Godrej Industries and its associate companies.

Nita Ambani

Non executive director at Reliance Industries and founder of Reliance Foundation. A business leader who has actively supported many causes too. Nita Ambani also owns Mumbai Indians Team. She has been nominated as the most influential women business leader.

Preetha Reddy

Managing Director of Apollo Hospitals, largest healthcare conglomerates of India. The pioneer businesswomen who speed up the healthcare segment to help with more advanced technology available. She is also on the board of Medtronic.

Priya Paul

A prominent entrepreneur and chairperson of Apeejay Surrendra Park Hotels. She joined the company under her father, Surrendra Paul and later she took it to heights as she became the chairperson of the Apeejay Surrendra Group. Her contribution to industry and commerce have been widely recognized.

Radhika Aggarwal  

Co-founder of ShopClues, an E-Commerce platform that pioneers in online shopping. Radhika Aggarwal started with FashionClues, Radhika’s first entrepreneurial journey and from there, she has been the internet entrepreneur who has made the platform ready.

Radhika Roy

In the field of communication and entertainment, Radhika Roy is a renowned name in the media industry. Founded NDTV and changed the face of digital journalism. An experienced business women with endless possibilities that are now been offered through the medium of TV news.

Rajashree Birla

Rajashree Birla came in the Birla family as Aditya Birla’s wife. Rajashree Birla is the women who directed all her efforts towards charity and develop a huge philanthropic organisation. When it comes to social service and health care, Rajashree Birla tops the list.

Roshni Nadar  

Executive Director and CEO of HCL Corporation and this happened after a year of her joining HCL under her father, Shiv Nadar. She has been also serving on Shiv Nadar Foundation, a non-profit organisation. She had also been involved in brand building across the HCL Group.

Shahnaz Husain

World’s greatest women entrepreneur. Shahnaz Husain owns Shahnaz Herbals Inc. that has been producing world’s best skin care products. Her herbal cosmetics have been famous all over the world. Shahnaz Husain group has a number of franchises all over the world.

Shikha Sharma   

The women leading Axis Bank as the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer. Placed as the third largest division bank, Shikha Sharma pioneered the banking and transform into a Bank with qualities over an extensive variety of Corporate and Retail Banking items.

Shobhana Bhartia  

Chairperson and editorial director of Hindustan Times Group. She became the first women to be the chief executive of a national newspaper. Behind the success of Hindustan Times, Shobhana Bhartiya is considered as one of the important measures that brought success.

Swati Piramal

A leading scientist and industrialist. Her complete focus is on healthcare and innovation. The vice chairman of Piramal enterprises, Swati Piramal’s company aims at bringing affordable medicines on a global basis.

Vandana Luthra

Vandana Luthra founded VLCC Health care Ltd. VLCC is a beauty and wellness conglomerate that has a national and international presence. VLCC as known offers management and beauty programs. Its weight loss program, the initiative was a very successful attempt.

Vani kola   

Founder and managing director of kalaari capital, India’s early stage venture capital firms. She performs at her best dedication level for the improvement of business visionaries along with her conviction that Indian companies are poised to become global players.

Vinita Bali

Managing director of Britannia Industries Ltd. Before Britannia industries, Bali worked at Voltas, Coca-Cola and Zyman group. As a CEO, under her direction, Britannia’s revenue tripled. She was awarded as the Business Women of the year.

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