5 Indian women in Forbes list of 100 most powerful women in the world
5 Indian women entrepreneurs have been listed in Forbes list of 100 most powerful women.
Meet these powerful women
She is ranked as #14 in this list. Currently the CEO of Pepesi Co. The major achievement of hers is to foresee that revenue has to come out of healthy drink. Now more than 25% of sales are coming from water and un-carbonated drinks. Less than 25% is coming from soda products. We also published her kundali that says till Dec 2022 she will excel in her role post that she might become an investor. We hope she adds value to the Indian startup eco-system.
Presently the Chair-Managing director of State Bank of India. Ranked as #25 in this list. She is facing a tough journey since bad loans are $11 Billion. She urged the arrest of liquor baron Vijay Mallya and proved that industrialist can’t play games with banks anymore.
Presently the CEO-Managing director, ICICI Bank. She is ranked as #40 in the list. Truly a powerful women leader that turned a loss making banking system into te ountry’s largest and successful private banking institution. Launched initiatives like instant loan in 8 hr. iWork@home to retain female employees and holiday schemes that allows female employees to take kids under the age of 3 for vacation on company expenses.
Ranked as #77, Kiran is the Founder-chair of Biocon Ltd with her assets valued at $1.8 Billion. The self made women entrepreneur runs the largest pharmacy company in India. She has positioned Biocon as a large player in insulin. Biocon is the only Asian firm ranked among the top 20 biotech employers worldwide by Science magazine
Ranked as #93 is the Chair of HT Media. Runs India’s largest listed media company. Apart from Mint and Hindustan Time they also have 4 FM Radio stations in their umbrella, multiple website, including job portal Shine.com, cinema portal Desimartini.com.
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