The panel discusses how CEOs should be custodians of health, environment, morals and sentiments in their own businesses while resetting their enterprise for success.
Sudha Murty explains how philanthropy goes beyond monetary aid and there are various things one can do like buying from appropriate sources, using correct energy and materials, sharing assets, and passing on skills as acts of philanthropy, besides finding one’s own outlet for the cause.
V Anantha Nageswaran says that Indian economy will regain its pre-covid growth momentum, and the government is striving much to reshape it by maintaining the Macroeconomic Stability, transparency in budgeting, and giving emphasis on capital expenditure.
Hon’ble Minister Nitin Gadkari delivers the congratulatory address to the winners saying that their success stories will inspire many other experts and entrepreneurs, and that will collectively work towards India’s growth.
Anil Agarwal chronicles his journey of coming from a humble background to being a 1st generation entrepreneur, and taking Vedanta to unprecedented heights.
Arundhati Bhattacharya shares how in her new book, she has chronicled her journey of career management, corporate leadership, personal and professional struggles, and lessons learned along the way.