3 Entrepreneurs Who Made It

Recently, our country has seen an increasing number of female entrepreneurs, with Indian women making their mark globally with their achievements and strong career trajectories. Recently, Forbes Asia released its annual list of Asia’s Most Powerful Women Entrepreneurs, which includes 20 women from the Asia-Pacific region.

Ghazal Alagh, Namita Thapar and Soma Mandal are three Indian women entrepreneurs who have made the Forbes 2022 list of powerful businessmen in Asia Pacific.

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These mentions in the annual list of powerful women entrepreneurs who have made their mark on the business world honor these entrepreneurs who have worked tirelessly in their respective industries and run their companies as strong leaders.

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In recognition of these trailblazers, the list features 20 women from Asia Pacific, including three Indian women. Ghazal Alagh, Namita Thapar and Soma Mandal are three entrepreneurs awarded by Forbes. In addition to India, the 2022 list includes three women from Indonesia, Japan and Australia. The list includes two women from Singapore, South Korea and Thailand, as well as one woman from China and Taiwan. Women are selected based on their achievements in running the business while demonstrating effective leadership throughout their careers.

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Ghazal Alagh, 34, is the co-founder of Honasa Consumer, which owns care brands such as Ayuga, Aqualogica, The Derma Co and Mamaearth.

Soma Mondal is also on the list. Mondal’s list of achievements is high and inspiring. She was the first female chairman of India’s state-run Steel Authority. Since Mondal took over last year, the organization has seen annual revenue rise 50% and profits triple, becoming the company’s first female leader.

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The executive director of Emcure Pharma Namita Thapar is the third entrepreneur to make the list. Not only is Thapar a powerful businesswoman, she’s also a writer and runs her YouTube channel, Unconditon Yourself With Namita Thapar.

Given the challenges all businesses face in a post-pandemic world, the 20 women named on the list are thought to be examining their leadership trajectories in the face of diversity.


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