For those who are not familiar with the brand, Forbes India is the Indian version of the global business magazine. The magazine is owned by Reliance Industries, which also owns TV channels Network 18 and the Indian equivalent of CNN-IBN. It is published quarterly and contains articles about the most promising business and financial leaders in the country. Forbes India is a great read for anyone interested in business and entrepreneurship. It features interesting interviews and articles about a range of issues, from the latest in technology to the newest entrants into the industry.
30 under 30 achievers
The latest edition of the Forbes India Magazine 30 Under-30 achievers list is out, featuring 30 young achievers from a variety of fields. The list is a tribute to those with grit and determination, from rising badminton stars to Padma award-winning hockey players. The list also features disruptors in the payments industry and stories from IIT roommates. It is an impressive list of young achievers.
The Forbes India Magazine 30 Under-30 achievers list celebrates the next generation of entrepreneurs in the country. The list includes YouTube star Niyati Mavinkurve and actresses Tripti Dimri and Keerthy Suresh. Another young entrepreneur is Shefali Vijaywargiya, who is 23 years old and brand manager for Amul Kool. She joined Amul in 2016 as a sales manager and subsequently rose to be the head of the company’s product development.
List of 20 people to watch in the 2020s3
According to Forbes India, the list of 20 people to watch in the 2020s will include prominent politicians, entrepreneurs, and sportspersons. These 20 individuals have the potential to make a major impact on Indian politics in the next decade. Some of the people on the list include Prashant Kishor, former vice president of the Janata Dal (United) and Kanhaiya Kumar, former president of the Jawaharlal Nehru University students union.
Forbes India’s “List of Twenty People to Watch in the 2020s” features 7 Indians, including Prashant Kishor, former JNU Students’ Union president Kanhaiya Kumar, and Aditya Mittal, the Group CFO of ArcelorMittal Europe. Other prominent Indians on the list include Mahua Moitra, deputy chief minister of Haryana, and Garima Arora, the first woman to win a Michelin star.
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List of 30 under 30 achievers from Asia in 2021
The list of upcoming CEOs and founders includes a diverse group of Indians who are looking to make the world a better place. These 30 under 30 achievers are in various fields, including technology, business, and media. They represent the future of the global economy, and their talents are sure to spark new trends. This year’s list features seven Indians, including So-dam Park, Ashty Barty, Francis Plaza, and Ajeesh Achuthan. There are also a few Asian-based Forbes journalists and business executives, as well as some industry veterans.
The 30 under thirty Asia list highlights 300 Asian young innovators and entrepreneurs, and includes people from a variety of backgrounds. The list includes a Filipino entrepreneur and a Fintech unicorn founder, and it also features an Afghan group of teenage girls who developed a low-cost ventilator. The list also includes 22 individuals from Singapore. There is also a list of 30 under 30 achievers from the Middle East and Asia, and one in Africa.
List of 30 under 30 achievers from India in 2021
The Forbes India Magazine has announced the list of the “30 under thirty achievers in India in 2021”. The list contains individuals spanning a variety of fields, from innovators and entrepreneurs to sports stars and actors. Choosing the names for this list was not easy, and the editorial team worked hard to narrow down the names to 30 of the most notable individuals. After reviewing more than 255 names across 17 categories, they decided to focus on the 30 most important individuals. This meant eliminating two or three winners in some categories and selecting two in others.
The list includes a young entrepreneur whose company has become a unicorn, as the fintech startup Slice (founded by a former Flipkart employee Rajan Bajaj) entered the billion-dollar club in June last year. Another individual on the list, Gokul Shrinivas, is a 26-year-old energy conservationist who has launched a device that tracks electricity bills.