IN PICS | Prominent Businesswomen Among 20 Asian Women Entrepreneurs In Forbes November Issue

IN PICS | Prominent Businesswomen Among 20 Asian Women Entrepreneurs In Forbes November Issue

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Forbes has released a list of ‘20 Asia’s Power Businesswomen’ in their November Issue who led their businesses in the uncertainty of the pandemic. Three Indian businesswomen are featured in the list

IN PICS | Prominent Businesswomen Among 20 Asian Women Entrepreneurs In Forbes November Issue

Ghazal Alagh is the co-founder and chief innovation officer of Honasa Consumer. Alagh co-founded the Gurgaon-based company with her husband in 2016. Honasa Consumer houses personal care brands Mamaearth, The Derma Co., Aqualogica and Ayuga. [Image Cerdit: Twitter/Ghazal Alagh]

IN PICS | Prominent Businesswomen Among 20 Asian Women Entrepreneurs In Forbes November Issue

Soma Mondal is the first woman to become the chairperson of the Steel Authority of India Ltd. (SAIL). She led SAIL to record earnings of more than 1.03 trillion rupees, an annual revenue growth of 50%, while profits surged threefold to 120 billion rupees, for the year ended March 31, 2022. [Image Cerdit: Twitter/SAIL]

IN PICS | Prominent Businesswomen Among 20 Asian Women Entrepreneurs In Forbes November Issue

Namita Thapar is the Executive director of Pune-based Emcure Pharma which her father, Satish Mehta, founded over four decades ago. Since taking charge of Emcure’s India operations five years ago, she helped double its domestic revenue to 25 billion rupees in 2021.[Image Cerdit: Emcure]

IN PICS | Prominent Businesswomen Among 20 Asian Women Entrepreneurs In Forbes November Issue

Founder and CEO of organic baby food brand Bubs Australia, Kristy Carr is on the list. Bubs, is now a top seller at Australian retailers such as Coles and Woolworths. The Sydney-based company saw revenue more than double to a record $57 million in the latest fiscal year that ended on June 30. [Image Cerdit: Twitter/Kristy Carr]

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IN PICS | Prominent Businesswomen Among 20 Asian Women Entrepreneurs In Forbes November Issue

Akiko Amano is the 15th generation of her family to become Director of the Tokyo-based fireworks company Souke Hanabi Kagiya. she’s the first female to run any fireworks maker in Japan. Souke Hanabi Kagiya ranks among Japan’s most storied companies in one of the country’s most traditional trades. [Image Cerdit: Twitter/Tokyo Gov]

IN PICS | Prominent Businesswomen Among 20 Asian Women Entrepreneurs In Forbes November Issue

Doris Hsu leads Taiwan’s GlobalWafers, one of the world’s largest suppliers of silicon wafers used in making chips. At a time when the world is facing Chip shortages, Hsu’s company announced it would invest up to $5 billion in a new wafer plant in Sherman, Texas, that would create as many as 1,500 jobs. [Image Cerdit: GlobalWafers]

IN PICS | Prominent Businesswomen Among 20 Asian Women Entrepreneurs In Forbes November Issue

Choi Soo-yeon is the first female CEO of South Korea’s largest internet company and the country’s fifth biggest group, Naver. Just a month into her new job, this Harvard graduate lawyer set the goal of more than doubling annual revenue to about $12 billion within five years. [Image Cerdit: Naver]

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