Anushka Sharma, Anita Dongre & Dipali Goenka among Business World’s Most Influential Women
YouTuber Prajakta Koli and leading corporate lawyer Zia Mody have also been named in the prestigious list
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Anushka Sharma is not just among the most popular and highly paid actors in India. In its annual selection of India’s Most Influential Women, BW Businessworld, discovered that there is really much more to this exceptional lady. Apart from supporting various charities and causes, including those for gender equality and animal rights, Sharma is also, as she says, “an instinctive entrepreneur”.
BW Businessworld’s recently released annual edition of the Most Influential Women, features forty-two women leaders who have made a positive impact on the economy and society. This special feature brings down the spotlight on women leaders from different walks of life, including the corporate sector, government, media and entertainment. These are leaders whose overall work in general, and whose influence in the last one year in particular, has made a far-reaching impact on the business and economic landscape in India.
Apart from Sharma, the cover also features industrialist Dipali Goenka who has not only led Welspun India to newer heights but also propagated sustainability and brought in industry transformation. Fashion designer Anita Dongre who is well-known for her aesthetic sensibilities. Prajakta Koli, India’s biggest female digital content creator who has over 4.9 million subscribers on YouTube and over 1.8 million followers on instagram and leading corporate lawyer Zia Mody, who excels in M&A deals and is the country’s foremost corporate attorney.
The issue celebrates women leaders who have consistently evolved and overcome challenges to reach the top of their chosen profession. In addition to the feature on MIW (Most Influential Women), the magazine has columns and features on COVID-19 that has caused havoc globally. Leading voices have contributed to this feature in an effort to analyse the economic impact of this deadly pandemic.
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