Most successful Business Women of India

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Indra Nooyi

Indra Nooyi is a businesswoman who has been instrumental in the growth and expansion of Pepsico. Nooyi served as Pepsico’s CEO and chairman. Today, she serves on the boards of Amazon and the International Cricket Council (ICC).

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Nita Ambani

The first lady of India Inc. is a powerhouse in her own right and has been successful in every project she has taken up. Consider the IPL team Mumbai Indians: It has a brand value of a little over ₹800 crore as of 2019, and is a four-time winner of the tournament.

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Zia Mody

She remains the undisputed queen of corporate law. Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) raised $20 billion in FDI for its digital services company, Jio Platforms, and AZB & Partners was the legal representative for RIL.

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Suneeta Reddy

India’s biggest hospital chain, which saw its gross revenue top ₹10,000 crore in FY20, has been at the forefront in the fight against Covid-19. Helmed by Reddy, Apollo Hospitals allocated over 2,000 beds for Covid-19 patients, which included 1,000 ICU beds or about 15%-20% of its overall capacity.

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Renu Sud Karnad

The housing finance giant is the largest mobiliser of retail deposits in India, with outstanding deposits worth ₹1,32,324 crore as on March 2020. And like many other sectors, the Covid-19 pandemic severely impacted real estate, which was already witnessing a slowdown.

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Vinita Gupta

In the early 2000s, Gupta was tasked with building Lupin’s U.S. business, which now accounts for about 35%-40% of the company’s overall business. Lupin has emerged as the third largest generic pharmaceuticals company in the U.S., delivering over 17 billion doses of medication per year.

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Kalli Purie

Appointed vice chairperson of the India Today Group in 2017, Purie has overseen growth across television and print for the media conglomerate. She has been particularly instrumental in keeping the group firmly in the digital game, having spearheaded the launch of five web portals—TheLallantop, DailyO, OddNaari, Pakwangali, and iChowk.

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Ashu Suyash

With the global order in disarray, Suyash believes that the situation demands leaders who can bring forth their strong emotional quotient, and can take measures to navigate the choppy waters.

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Renuka Ramnath

Renuka Ramnath successfully raised Multiples Fund III with commitments exceeding $600 million from marquee domestic and global institutions, which included elite pension funds, multilaterals, fund of funds, and family offices.

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