GLOBAL INDIAN COMPANIES
THE DRIVERS OF INDIA INC
|Gurnani, known as C.P. to his colleagues, is the CEO of Mahindra Satyam. Prior to moving to Mahindra Satyam, CP headed Tech Mahindra’s Global Operations, Sales and Marketing functions, and led the development of Tech Mahindra’s Competency & Solution units. He has extensive experience in building international business, start-ups, turnarounds, joint ventures and mergers & acquisitions. He takes a keen interest in community work and was nominated by Ernst & Young for the Entrepreneur of the Year Award in 2007.
Rana Kapoor is the founder and managing director and CEO of YES BANK. As a professional entrepreneur, since 2003, he is progressively establishing a high quality, state-of-the-art private Indian Bank with a vision of “Building the Best Quality Bank of the world in India” by 2015. He has recently become a member of India’s Board of Trade.
|Rajan Bharti Mittal is the vice chairman and managing director of Bharti Enterprises - one of India’s leading business groups with interests in telecom, agri business, financial services and retail. Mr. Mittal joined Bharti Enterprises after graduating from Punjab University. An alumnus of Harvard Business School, he is actively involved in overseeing the activities of the group at the corporate level and has rich experience in marketing activities. He is also involved in many new business ventures of the group.
|>>I am sure our efforts will lead to increased trade engagements with China where the two-way trade is already close to US$50 billion and also the Asean countries.- Rajan Bharti Mittal<<
|In this Asean Affairs interview, C.P. Gurnani, CEO, Mahindra Satayam; Rana Kapoor, CEO, YES Bank and Rajan Bharti Mittal, Vice Chairman and Managing Director, Bharti Enterprises trace the development of Indian multinational companies and their importance in the Indian economy.
How would you describe the contribution by global Indian companies toward the Indian economy?
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Global Indian companies are the flag bearers of the Indian economy. They are testimony to the success of globalization and the ability of Indian companies to compete with the best from across the world.
Indian multinationals have been able to attract strong capital flows to India on the back of marketing India as an under-penetrated market with a rich reservoir of human capital, ability to develop and adopt technology with strong governance processes supported by sound financial and regulatory structure.......
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