Forbes List of Asia Power Businesswomen: Forbes keeps on releasing the list of the richest or most powerful people of the country and the world from time to time, in which it is a big deal to make a place. Now three Indians have been included in Forbes’ list of 20 Asian Women Entrepreneurs. Published in the November issue of Forbes, this list includes women who have achieved remarkable success in growing their businesses amid the uncertainty created by the Kovid-19 pandemic.
Who are included in this list
The list includes Soma Mandal, chairperson of Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL), Namita Thapar, executive director of Emcure Pharma, and Gazal Alagh, co-founder and chief innovation officer of Honsa Consumer.
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Who is Soma Mandal
Soma Mandal is the current chairperson of the Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL) and assumed her office on January 1, 2021. Soma Mandal is the first woman functional director of SAIL as well as the first woman chairperson. Despite the economic slowdown in the Kovid-19 epidemic, there is continuity in the company. Soma Mandal takes care of promoting the branding of many products of the company.
Who is Namita Thapar
Namita Thapar is an Indian entrepreneur who is the Chief Executive Officer of Emcure Pharmaceuticals, a multinational pharmacy company in India. Apart from this, she has also been a judge of the famous television business reality show ‘Shark Tank India Season 1’. Namita Thapar is a big figure in the corporate world.
Who is Ghazal Alagh
Ghazal Alagh is an Indian Industrialist, Businessman and Corporate. She is the co-founder of the famous beauty brand Mama Earth. She has also shown her skills as a judge of the famous television business reality show ‘Shark Tank India Season 1’.
Know which countries’ women have a place in the list
Forbes said in a statement on Tuesday that some of the women on the list are working in sectors such as shipping, real estate and construction, while others are innovating in areas such as technology, medicine and commodities. Other women on the list are from Australia, China, South Korea, Indonesia, Japan, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan and Thailand.