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BTVi, Reuters bring together 12-part series on renowned entrepreneurs

05-January-2017
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BTVi, Reuters bring together 12-part series on renowned entrepreneurs

India’s premier English business channel BTVi and news agency Reuters will shortly come together to launch a premier feature series—Meet The Entrepreneurs—showcasing 12 renowned entrepreneurs from various countries who have brought exceptional brands. The show starts on January 7, and will be aired every Saturday 10 pm on BTVi.

The distinguished entrepreneurs will share their success stories and talk about innovation and changing business dynamics. Filmed in 12 countries, the series looks at how these entrepreneurs built their companies ground-up and managed to stay ahead of the competition in a fast-changing business environment.

The first episode of the series will feature the journey of Nilesh and Vinita Gupta, the brother-sister duo at the helm of Lupin, among India’s top pharmaceuticals manufacturers. The company set up by their father has scaled impressive heights and has made a mark at the global level since the duo took charge.

The show will cover brands that deliver innovative solutions in fast evolving sectors such as self-driving cars, cloud computing, e-commerce, consumer electronics, toys, fashion accessories, flower distribution, healthcare and pharmaceuticals.

Other personalities that the show will feature are new-age entrepreneurs of leading brands such as Mobileye, Arista Networks, Moose Toys, Netonnet, FF Group, Fullerton Health, Dutch Flower Group, Vision-Box, Kasapreko Ltd, Cogobuy, and Synergy Health.

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