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Most Powerful Businesswomen 2014
For Art's Sake

Despite tough market conditions, the India Art Fair recorded 30 per cent growth in 2013/14. The annual event had 100,000 visitors in the last three consecutive years

 Her role has, in fact, expanded and become more strategic than before, when she was mostly discussing finance with company promoters.
Six months ago, Jayanthi picked up a new challenge to make Capgemini the best-in-class offshore business player.
The first woman to head India's largest stock exchange, some say Chitra Ramkrishna's next target would be an overseas acquisition.
For most banks lending to companies, 2013/14 was quite bad. Kotak Investment Bank (KIB) was an exception, though.