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4 popular women owned businesses in india

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It has become increasingly common to find women making their presence felt in media, banking, education, manufacturing, financial services and many other fields.

It has become increasingly common to find women making their presence felt in media, banking, education, manufacturing, financial services and many other fields.


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  • 1. 4 Popular Women-Owned Businesses in India by, MAYUR MARUTHI NAG A
  • 2. INTRODUCTION It has become increasingly common to find women making their presence felt in media, banking, education, manufacturing, financial services and many other fields. And, of course, you cannot ignore the Indian businesswoman who is here to stay in what has traditionally been a male-dominated field. Here is a list of the top 10 Indian businesswomen who have carved a unique place for themselves in their own respective space by their talent, hard work, and determination.
  • 3. Mallika Srinivasan •CEO, Chairman and director of Tractors and Farm Equipment (TAFE) •Chennai based tractor and farm equipment manufacturer, which is the largest of its kind in India •She accelerated the profit of the company from Rs. 85 crore to Rs. 2900 crore within 20 years •She was honored with the Businesswoman of the Year award in 2006 by The Economic Times.
  • 4. Dr. Swati A. Piramal •Vice Chairperson of Piramal Life Sciences Limited and Director of Piramal Health Care Limited •Involvement in public policies related to healthcare •She was awarded with “Chavalier de l’orde National du Merite” and Padmashri •She has also been nominated as one of the 25 most powerful business women in India eight times.
  • 5. Dr. Kiran Mazumdar Shaw •She is the Founder, Chairman & Managing Director of Biocon •She started her venture in a Bangalore garage with an initial capital of Rs. 10,000 •She was India’s richest woman in 2004 •She was awarded the Padmabhushan for her services and contributions to biotechnology in 2005.
  • 6. Preetha Reddy •She is the Managing Director of the Apollo Hospitals Group •her first solo project, the Apollo Pediatric Hospital in Chennai •Today, Preetha Reddy has 45 hospitals under her able management
  • 7. CONCLUSION Women empowerment must be given great importance because these successful women are contributing towards the development of our countries economy and there by helping the development of the society .