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10 Most Powerful Indian Women Entrepreneurs

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Bangalore: Corporate world has its own culture and system, and for a woman to achieve success or to climb the corporate ladder is not impossible but rather difficult. India has always been rich in every field - art, science, media and corporate and it has given birth to some of the most extra ordinary women ‘go getters’ especially in commerce.
Women are always been deprived of few things in our society but certainly there are many women entrepreneurs, being extremely successful and removing the ‘we can’t do’ label. These ladies play their roles perfect and throws out a smile that can teach all of us an encouraging and a confident lesson.


Indira Nooyi

Origin: Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
Age   : 56
Awards and Recognitions: Padma Bhushan, Forbes etc.

Indira Nooyi, an Indian born Tamil  American business executive is the current chairman and CFO of the second largest food and beverage business, PepsiCo. Her real strong attitude has helped the company garner $30 billion in couple of years. She has a Master degree in public management from the Yale University  and also a Master degree in Finance and Marketing from IIM, Kolkata. She has also been awarded the prestigious Padma Bhushan for her outstanding efforts in commerce and for truly being an inspiration for the nation.


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Reader's comments(8)
1: u are all very inspirational enterpreneurs of our country
Posted by:mounika - 17 Sep, 2014
2: hard working man...........
Posted by:shubhamthakur - 02 Oct, 2013
3: Most of these are not entrepreneurs. With due respect to the outstanding women who are featured ehre, they are executives. Has SiliconIndia lost the flair in english? or is it because "Entrepreneur" is a french word?
Posted by:Sunil - 15 May, 2013
4: The list seems incomplete without Chanda Kochchar who heads the ICICI BANK and has been ranked as the most powerful woman in business.
Posted by:rajan - 26 May, 2012
5: The word entrepreneur is being misused. An entrepreneur is a person who manages a business with considerable risk and initiative. These people are typically managers. They have no ownership (besides stock) and are not owner managers...
Posted by:kumar - 25 May, 2012
then all their awards should be replaced with the word you mentioned
naidu Replied to: kumar - 28 May, 2012
7: These women,they are all indeed inspiring and motivating...
Posted by:barbara - 24 May, 2012
Completely agree with Kumar. These women are managers of already established company. Some one give us a list of ladies starting and successfully going on with their own companies
Asha Mookerjee Replied to: barbara - 24 Jan, 2013