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‘Entrepreneur’ turns one in India; celebrates with best entrepreneurial minds

08-September-2010
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‘Entrepreneur’ turns one in India; celebrates with best entrepreneurial minds

After 12 months of meeting path breaking entrepreneurs, of discovering smart ideas, of exploring the ever-ingenious entrepreneurial mind, ‘Entrepreneur’, the magazine launched in India by Infomedia18, is celebrating its first anniversary with a very special issue. The issue is packed with the personal success stories of India’s foremost entrepreneurs and business visionaries – complete with the success tips they swear by.

The anniversary issue spans a range of industries and features inspiring experiences of entrepreneurs like IT genius Shiv Nadar, Biocon Ltd’s Kiran Mazumdar Shaw, the Curry King of Britain Sir Gulam Noon, Dalmia Cement’s Puneet Dalmia, Mumbai’s Muchhad Paanwala and also actor Shah Rukh Khan, among 60-odd more of India’s best entrepreneurial minds.

Also covered in the September 2010 issue of ‘Entrepreneur’ are India’s 25 fastest growing companies – a snapshot of AllWorld Network’s India Fast Growth 25 list. These are companies that started up in 2007 and have already created over 2,300 jobs. Turbo powered for growth, these 25 companies are expected to drive the Indian economy forward in full steam in the years to come. There’s plenty to learn from India’s best.

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