Pallav Nadhani was just 17 when he founded FusionCharts, a company that sells data visualisation (charting) libraries. Nadhani talks to MARWAR about his journey …
Rashmi Daga forayed into the food business in 2014. Within these few years, she has transformed her start-up, FreshMenu, into one of the leading food-tech companies in India, that services around 20,000 orders a day, through close to 40 cloud kitchens. The spirited entrepreneur takes MARWAR through her journey.
Smartworks is redefining the Indian corporate environment by combining design, ambience, hospitality and technology to create the best agile workspaces.
Ashish Goel’s brilliant academic background, successful stints in multinationals and the ability to build businesses point to an inner drive to excel.
As the architect of the enormous growth that Bikaji Foods has achieved in recent years, Deepak Agarwal has much to be credited for. The scion talks to MARWAR about the company’s three-decade journey and his ambitious plans for the future, as it heads for brighter times.
Fighting cybercrime is no easy business, but Saket Modi has managed to get the better of hackers. At 28, he is the co-founder and CEO of Lucideus, a cyber-security platform provider that has governments and Fortune 500 companies among its clients. MARWAR takes you through the award-winning entrepreneur’s journey.
Entrepreneur, motivational speaker, avid networker, family man—Sumeet Kabra wears many hats. As a torchbearer of one of India’s fastest growing conglomerates, what’s most important for him is leading the transition of RR Kabel, as it moves towards capturing consumer mind space in the dispassionate world of wires and cables.
Few scions are gifted with the mettle and resourcefulness to change their family legacy and create their own business empires through innovation and enterprise, as has been demonstrated by Harshavardhan Neotia. The architect of the enormous realty business that defines the R1,500 crore Kolkata-based Ambuja Neotia Group in its present avatar, here is a man who literally has changed the way the city lives and conducts business, not to mention his numerous contributions to the social, cultural and economic fabric of society.
He, who opens a school, shuts the door to ignorance and a world devoid of knowledge. Education is not just about how to read and write, but, more importantly, about how to ignite young minds to grow into respectable and responsible world citizens. As part of the Birla clan, veteran industrialist-turned-educationist and philanthropist Sudarshan Kumar Birla, who currently manages the affairs of Birla Education Trust, Pilani, talks about the vision of the Birla family which set out to establish schools and colleges of excellence as early as 1901.
With a business domain that extends from Antwerp to Hong Kong, from mines to brands and from impeccable gemstones to breathtaking jewellery, few names measure up to the Kotharis of the KGK Group. Having made great strides under Navrattan Kothari, the house continues on its upward growth trajectory under his sons, especially Sanjay Kothari, who is spearheading the group’s expansion globally.