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Entrepreneurs of the Year-2015

Anamika Sahu
Monday, December 28, 2015
Anamika Sahu
Derived from a French word 'entreprendre', which means 'to do something', was coined in English in as early as 13th century. But why the history of the word is so important? Well, because it is so closely related to the first industrial revolution and later it has now been more structured. While the second industrial revolution came to being in the form of Technology in the 21st century, entrepreneurship received a boom as it was not limited to Western Europe anymore; it was spread across the continents - especially China, U.S. and India. With more and more capital inflow, the ecosystem is now more facile and people with innovative minds have concurred the planet. And, the list of successful ones is so vast that we may have to build a library of them who achieved with and for the people - sometime at a garage or sometime in a one-room apartment. Although they might belong to different segments of different industries, they have a common goal - to create wealth for people. They have shown us new paths, new employments, unique solutions and new hope to walk through.

Amongst the most popular entrepreneurs, siliconindia has apperceived most accredited fantastic achievers through our latest issue 'Entrepreneurs of the Year-2015'. An expert board of industry's most reverenced CIOs, CEOs, HR Managers, and industry analysts including siliconindia's editorial board scrutinized the list of companies. Excogitating various facets of entrepreneurship, this panel of aficionados distinguished these entrepreneurs who have not only created unique solutions, also led people to extraordinary achievements and have eventually earned their places in our publication. With their leadership qualities, innovative mindset and unbreakable attitude have not only blanched the progress of various established companies; they also have illuminated the road for others to dive in.

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