If you have an entrepreneurial woman’s soul then it’s time to take initiative and stand out of the crowd. Now question arises, how? It seems bit tricky for women to become successful in any business especially in a country like India. But it’s not a rocket science, all you need is to conquer your fear of failure in the first place. You can get good guidelines by learning about the most promising businesswomen of India that how they achieve their set goals and touch the sky full of victories.
“I urge all women to believe in themselves and in the fact that they are capable of running a successful professional life as well as family life.” Chanda Kochhar
Entering into corporate sector in India is not a piece of cake essentially if woman dreams so. Believe in “He Can, Who Thinks He Can” but it’s only true for brave hearted people. Paru Jaykrishna proves it by becoming president of Chambers of Commerce of Gujarat in 2007. She set an example for Indian women that they can also be the inspiring participants in enterprise sector which was once all jam-packed by males.
7 Most Brilliant Businesswomen of India:
There is no lack of talented women in India who are shining like stars on world’s business canvas. Let’s dig into the list of the most successful and influential businesswomen making good name of India across the globe.
Indian born 59 years old Indra Nooyi is working as chairperson and CEO of Pepsico- world’s second largest food & beverage industry by net revenue. In 2014, Forbes ranked her at 13 in its World’s 100 most powerful women list. Huge list of awards, honors and international recognition at her record makes her a convincing figure for Indian women in particular.
Naina Lal Kidwai
Former President of FICCI, Naina Lal Kidwai is an Indian banker and business executive currently working as Group GM and Country Head of HSBC India. She was first Indian woman who guided the functioning of any foreign bank in India.
2012’s Echoing Green fellow Ajaita is one of inspiring young icons with brilliant expertise in micro-financing. Her mission through ‘Frontier Markets’ is to help 30 million rural households in coming 3 years by bringing top quality yet affordable products for them. With focus on energy products, her company is also doing different development projects.
Kiran Mazumdar Shaw
61 years old Kiran is one of the most successful Indian entrepreneurs. She is chairperson and MD of Biocon Limited- Biotechnology Company located in Bangalore, India.For her marvelous contributions, she was listed in Financial Times’ among top 50 businesswomen in world and enumerated as 92nd most powerful woman by Forbes in 2014.
Ameera shah falls among young Indian entrepreneurs in the healthcare world. She is currently working as MD and CEO of Metropolis Healthcare Ltd-multinational chain of diagnostic centers. Her vision and deal-making capabilities has vastly expanded Metropolis across South Asia, Middle East and even Africa.
Suchi is among Indian women doing online business. She is founder and CEO of ‘LimeRoad’-online social discovery platform for females. She is very much passionate to build consumer technology products.
She is the founder of ‘Think Change India’, aiming to keep up with social entrepreneurship in India and it’s now greatly helping people to learn and grow in rapidly changing enterprise world.
Story not ends here and list goes on. If you want to be among the upper echelons of business world, you must follow these powerful Indian businesswomen.
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