15 Indian Businesswomen Who Beat All Odds

India is now among the top nations when it comes to its businesses and businessmen. But its clout is reaffirmed by its women engaged in business.

Women have time and again played the most versatile roles in the business forum. Gone are the days when men were the almighty. The male-dominated world once failed to even acknowledge the remarkable presence of women in businesses. The new generation women across the world have overcome all negative notions and have proved themselves beyond doubt in all spheres of life including the most intricate and cumbersome world of entrepreneurship.

Read on to know about such 15 shining Indian women Who Beat All Odds and inspire the world.

1. Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw- Chairman of Biocon Ltd.

Now chairman and managing director of a biotechnology company, Kiran Majumdar Shaw had started Bicon company in the garage of her house with a humble investment of not more than Rs 10,000.

2. Zia Mody- Managing Partner of AZB & Partners

Daughter of Indian jurist, Soli Sorabjee Zia Mody is an Indian legal consultant known as her indubitable leadership in the corporate law of India.

3. Renu Sud Karnad- Managing Director of HDFC

Serving as Managing Director of Housing Development Finance Corporation Limited(HDFC) since January 1, 2010, Renu Sud Karnad excels in extensive financial expertise and significant in internal business.

4. Chanda Kochhar- CEO of ICICI Bank Ltd.

Widely acknowledged for her leadership, Chanda Kocchar has been ICICI’s first woman CEO since 2009 who is responsible for $93 Billion assets in more than three thousand branches in nineteen different countries across the globe.

5. Swati Piramal- Vice Chairperson of Piramal Enterprises

Today managing a corporation of more than Rs. 15,000 crore Dr. Swati Piramal was the only female to have a rudder on the pharmaceutical empire of India two decades back.

6. Preetha Reddy- Executive Vice Chairperson of Apollo Hospitals

aking guidance from her father, Preetha Reddy is responsible for the growth of Apollo hospital groups as quaternary and tertiary care hospitals apart from diagnostic and family clinics.

7. Kalpana Morparia- CEO of JP Morgan, India

With an ambition of not doing too much in life, Kalpana Morparia started working as a school teacher and is now the chairperson of JP Morgan India.

8. Shikha Sharma- Managing Director and CEO of Axis Bank

Often known as a bankable star, Shikha Sharma started building business in insurance and became a leader within no time.

9. Renuka Ramnath- CEO of Multiples Alternate Asset Management

Mother of two, Renuka Ramnath had invested $8 Million for a 38% stake in ICICI has now grown into most experienced private equity managers in India.

10. Shobhana Bhartia- Chairperson of HT Media

Serving as a chairperson and editorial director in Hindustan times, Shobhana Bhartia is credited with raising Rs. 4 billion through a public equity launch of HT media in 2005.

11. Shanti Ekambaram- President of Consumer Banking, Kotak Mahindra Bank

With a complete focus on the digital platform, Shanti Ekambaram has spent over 17 years servicing the Indian wholesale customers and is responsible for ensuring financial solutions to leading banks and cooperations.

12. Nita Ambani- Chairperson of Reliance Foundation

13. Anu Aga- Chairperson of Teach For India

14. Leena Tewari- Chairperson of Pharma Fortune ”USV India”

15. Savitri Jindal- Chairperson of Jindal Group

Their relentless zeal, incessant quench for success and willingness to walk the extra mile have broken all myths about their inborn limitations that were supposed to be major roadblocks on their success expressways.

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