India's most powerful businesswomen in 2020

Indian businesswomen are demonstrating their mettle and displaying excellent leadership skills during 2020, a year defined by a global pandemic that is challenging every aspect of life. Forbes has issued a list of the most powerful Indian businesswoman in Asia Pacific.

Let's take a look at it:

Roshni Nadar Malhotra

Roshni Nadar Malhotra is the chairperson of HCL Technologies and the first woman to lead a listed IT company in India. 

She is the only child of HCL's founder, Shiv Nadar.

In 2019, she backed the biggest acquisition by value in the company’s 29-year history. 

She is ranked 54th on the Forbes World's 100 Most Powerful Women list.

 

 

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Divya Gokulnath

Divya Gokulnath, 34, along with her husband Byju Raveendran, co-founded edtech company Byju's which offers online courses for K-12 students and is valued at $10 billion.

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Ameera Shah

Ameera Shah is the managing director of Metropolis Healthcare. The 41-year-old took over her father’s pathology lab in 2000. 

Shah has grown Metropolis into one of India’s biggest listed diagnostics services operators, with 125 clinical labs across 210 cities nationwide.

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Vinati Saraf Mutreja

Vinati Saraf Mutreja is the CEO and managing director who is worth nearly $1 billion. Mutreja joined her father’s specialty chemicals company Vinati in 2006 as an executive director. Under her guidance, her company has witnessed a 16-fold increase in sales, and a 500-fold rise in market cap.

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