3 Indian women made place in Forbes Asia Power Businesswoman 2022 list, know – न्यूज़लीड India

3 Indian women made place in Forbes Asia Power Businesswoman 2022 list, know


and women from which countries

Other women included in the Forbes list (Forbes Asia Power Businesswoman 2022) are from Asian countries such as Australia, China, South Korea, Indonesia, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan and Thailand.

20 women got place for the first time

20 women got place for the first time

The Forbes Asia Power Businesswomen list honors 20 outstanding business women in the Asia-Pacific region. Three Indians are included in the list of women bosses of the business world. The 20 women featured are newcomers to the list. That is, for the first time I have been included in this list.

did wonders in corona too

did wonders in corona too

Forbes Asia in its November issue has selected women business leaders who have come up with different strategies. These women carried on with their businesses despite the COVID-19 pandemic and the uncertainty it caused. There was a record increase in revenue, benefiting both the employees and the company.

Ghazal Algi

Ghazal Algi

The name of the first Indian woman in the list is Ghazal Alagh. Gazal, co-founder and chief innovation officer of Mamaearth’s parent company Honsa Consumer, started the Gurgaon-based company in 2016 with her husband Varun. Varun is the CEO of Mamaearth. In January of the same year, Alagh’s company became Unicorn.

Soma Mandal

Soma Mandal

The second Indian businessman on the list is Soma Mandal. Som, the chairperson of Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL), is the first woman to head the government-run company. Forbes said that since the board became SAIL chairman in 2021, annual revenue has increased by 50 percent for the year ended March 31, 2022.

Namita Thapar

Namita Thapar

Namita Thapar, who serves as the Executive Director of Emcure Pharma’s India business, is the third Indian to feature in the Forbes Asia’s Power Businesswomen 2022 list. Namita Thapar was seen as a judge in Shark Tank India. The Rs 61 billion company is based in Pune. Namita oversees its Indian business. The company was founded 40 years ago by Namita’s father Satish Mehta.

Revenue increased in five years

Revenue increased in five years

According to a Times Now report, Emcure’s domestic revenue has grown since Nimita Thapar took over the company’s India operations five years ago. Revenue doubled to Rs 25 billion in 2021. He said, “I focused on using data analytics for brand building as well as increasing the productivity of field staff.

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