Pota shortlists 10 Indian high achievers who cover every aspect of India's growing prowess and highlights what these people have done to make it big. Besides a keen focus on information technology, others profiled work in fields as diverse as pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, banking, manufacturing, entertainment and green energy.
A fascinating insight into the minds of movers and shakers behind the success of huge corporations, including Narayana Murthy, Chairman of Infosys, K V Kamath, Chairman of ICICI Bank and role model Kiran Mazumdar Shaw who broke through the male-dominated Indian business world to become Chairwoman of Biocon India, Asia's largest biotechnology company.
An insightful and thought-provoking look at some of the world s top entrepreneurs and how they got there. A must-read for any aspiring Dragon or business person wanting to understand the minds behind the greatest business expansion of our world today. - James Caan, Dragons Den
In a sea of global content, few stand out as as influential or as passionate as Vikas Pota, in providing a fresh, new perspective to the subject of India Inc. going global. By telling the stories of some of India s best business brains, this book provides a fantastic insight into how the big challenges of our time are being tackled by the next wave of globally successful entrepreneurs.
Is India going to reach its potential, which its incredible demographics offer the nation? In much of our BRICs analysis out to 2050, the outlook for India seems potentially the most exciting of these emerging giants. But if India is going to get there, it is going to have to boost its produc- tivity significantly along the way. India Inc. examines the key players that are shaping the India of tomorrow; these are the people that will lead the country into a new future, both in terms of what they are doing now and through the examples they set as role models.
One of the important trends of the first decade of the 21st century is the presence of Indian companies on the world stage. As the geo- economic weight shifts