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10 Most Influential Companies in India

By SiliconIndia  |   Monday, 15 April 2013, 04:47 Hrs   |    3 Comments
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Bangalore: There are number of characteristics that make a successful company different from others.  It could be the name, market share, innovation and other factors that make these companies different from others. The companies who posses the title of being the most successful also have great impacts on many nations and their economies.

Recent study of ‘the most successful and influential companies in India’; conducted by Mr. Neilsen from London-based consultancy, TLG Partners have reveled top ten successful and influential companies in the India. Read on to know which companies made it to the list.

1.Tata Group

Tata group has been listed as the top most successful and influential companies in India. It was found in 1868 by Jamsetji Tata as a trading company. Today, Tata group have made their contributions in different sectors, some of them are Tata Steel, Tata Motors, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Tata Power, Tata Chemicals, Tata Global Beverages, Tata Teleservices, Titan Industries, Tata Communications and Taj Hotels.

As of 2012 Tata group’s net profit was $6.23 billion and owns assets of $77.7 billion and gets revenue of more than 58 percent from outside India. Cyrus Pallonji Mistry took over as the chairman in 2012 of Tata group after Ratan Tata.

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Reader's comments(3)
1: About LIC and SBI, these are public sector organizations and services to customers are not good. About DMRC, recently, its contractors had violated the labor laws. About Google India, it is seen that they are under investigation by Govt. of India for its violation of government policy. About Maruti Suzuki, the management did not handle the demands of their union leaders which resulted in the murder of their General manager (HR).
Posted by:Job Anbalagan - 25 Apr, 2013
2: Tata's deserve the Honour since their products, especially of common use by ordinary people are sensibly priced compared to all MNCs who exploit the fancies of Customers by fancy advertising. In fact these MNCs' with repatriating exhorbitant Royalities to their parent companies are a drain on India's economy which needs to be plugged.
Posted by:kavitha - 22 Apr, 2013
3: What a useless article. Apart from cliched, flaky descriptions of the companies, there is no discussion as to why these companies are influential in India and how deep and wide is that influence in India. And Tata Group is not a company - its a large group of separate companies!
Posted by:Abhay - 21 Apr, 2013
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