6 New Faces Among Fortune India's Most Powerful Women
Anjali Bansal, Managing Partner, Spencer Stuart:
Anjali Bansal is another new entrant on the list. She was instrumental in establishing Spencer Stuart’s Indian business. As an active member of the Private Equity, Financial Services, Industrial and Technology practices, Anjali works in diverse geographies across the U.S., Europe and Asia, advising Indian and multinational companies on CEO and senior executive search, governance and succession. She is also a regular columnist with Mint-The Wall Street Journal and The Economic Times: Corporate Dossier.
Asha Gupta, MD, Tupperware India:
Asha Gupta, MD, Tupperware India is the other fresh face on the Fortune list. Asha joined Tupperware in 1997 as part of the start-up team and headed the sales for the southern markets in India. After a successful two-year stint, she was promoted to head of marketing for Tupperware in India. Soon she climbed to the post of MD of eight Western European countries, including Scandinavia and Baltic nations. She later came to India to take up charge as the managing director. She has added new aspect to direct selling with her enterprising ideas and skillful handling of the Indian market.
The other women who made it to the top 10 of the Most Powerful Women in Business list are Shikha Sharma, MD & CEO, Axis Bank; Vinita Bali, Managing Director, Britannia Industries; Shobhana Bhartia, Chairperson, HT Media; Preetha Reddy, Managing Director, Apollo Hospital Enterprises; Zia Mody, Co-founder, AZB Partners; Chitra Ramkrishna, Joint Managing Director, NSE; and Roopa Kudva, Managing Director & CEO, CRISIL.
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