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Sonal Khetarpal
New Delhi, November 25, 2020
How women-only platforms can bridge the gender gap at the workplace


Sonal Khetarpal
November 10, 2020
Twitteratis have been calling the ad 'endearing' and 'heartwarming'. At the time of filing the story, as per company's data, the ad had got 42,536,511 impressions and 10, 350,335 views on Facebook (including Instagram) and YouTube on its brand page itself


Joe C Mathew
November 9, 2020
AIOCD, which has a membership strength of 8.5 lakh retail and wholesale medicine sellers, has been opposing online pharmacies ever since the government mooted the idea of allowing such players in the country


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, October 16, 2020
Successful businesswomen like Debjani Ghosh of NASSCOM, Aparna Bawa of Zoom, Geetu Verma of Unilever and others share their career tips for aspiring young women entrepreneurs. Standing up for oneself, finding one's voice, working hard but also smart were some of the tips they offered. Watch the video for more such advice.Also Read: Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw says COVID-19 testing in India can increase ten-fold


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, October 15, 2020
Businesswomen like Kirthiga Reddy of Softbank, Priya Nair of HUL, Daisy Chittilapilly of CISCO India, Monika Shergill of Netflix and others speak about what power means to them. They have been at the forefront in areas of business, economy and policy in the country. They are known not just for their voices which are heard across industries, but also for leadership skills and how they have used power to make an impact. Watch the video for more.Also Read: Supreme Court notice to Google, Amazon, Facebook over data protection on UPI platforms


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, October 14, 2020
Debjani Ghosh, President of NASSCOM, Priya Nair, Executive Director of HUL and Monika Shergill, VP of Netflix share life-changing moments in their career journey. Each one of them had to take certain bold decisions and choose an unchartered territory to reach the pinnacle of their professions. Watch the video to know about the experiences that changed their lives.Also Read: SBI Card launches festive season offers; share price rises 4%


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, October 9, 2020
They have broken glass ceilings, rising to the top of their professions with their unique talents. Business Today's most powerful women share their success stories and the turning point in their lives which helped shape their success. Watch  HUL's  Anuradha Razdan, IBM's Gargi Dasgupta, Abanti Sankaranarayanan of Diageo India and Supreme Court Advocate Karuna Nundy share their experience.Also Read: Myntra expects robust festive sales due to higher demand in small cities


BusinessToday.In
October 8, 2020
The Uttarakhand Char Dham Devasthanam Board's additional CEO BD Singh had requested the Ambanis extend a helping hand to the board for paying employee salaries, betterment of infrastructure and enhancing facilities for pilgrims


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, October 5, 2020
Business Today, India's largest business magazine, on Sunday felicitated the Most Powerful Women in business and economy. The awards were aimed at honouring remarkable Indian women who have made outstanding contributions to their organisations and set new standards of administration and performance across corporate India and the economy. The event was the 17th edition of Business Today's India's Most Powerful Women Awards, which was held on October 3 and October 4. Watch the video for more.Also Read: BT MPW 2020: Economic recovery daunting task till vaccine is released, says Prachi Mishra


Rashi Bisaria
New Delhi, October 5, 2020
BT MPW 2020: Aadhaar can be leveraged to vaccinate population en masse, says Kiran Mazumdar ShawAs the whole world is waiting for coronavirus vaccine, technology can play a pivotal and vital role in how the government vaccinates its population, tracks vaccines, monitors doses, and also manages to locate any adverse events, says Kiran Mazumdar Shaw, chairperson & MD, Biocon. Speaking at the Business Today's India's Most Powerful Women 2020, Mazumdar Shaw further states that if India gets ...


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, October 5, 2020
Prachi Mishra of the IMF, in her keynote address at Business Today's Most Powerful Women event, touched upon the present coronavirus crisis and how economies affected by it can recover. She explains how this recession is different from all the previous recessions and what lies ahead for the global economy.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, October 5, 2020
In her keynote address at Business Today's Most Powerful Women event, Biocon Executive Chairperson, Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, stressed on the need for very robust planning for vaccination of Indians by the government. This would require a very sophisticated technology platform to track the supply chain, maintain the cold supply chain in both rural and urban India and ensure availability of vaccines to more than a billion people. For the vaccination database, India could depend on Aadhaar to identify and trace people, she suggested.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, October 4, 2020
Aparna Purohit, Head of India Originals, Amazon Prime Video, speaks about the evolving art of storytelling and how content has become king in a changing entertainment landscape. In her keynote address at the Business Today Most Powerful Women event, she expanded on the key trends that are shaping the entertainment industry like authenticity and diversity of stories told through the OTT platforms, local stories finding resonance with viewers and more experimentation with content.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, October 4, 2020
Aparna Bawa, COO and Interim Chief Legal Officer of Zoom Video Communications, during her keynote session at the BT Most Powerful Women event, recounted how life changed for working professionals due to the pandemic. Meetings became virtual and workers have been trying to adjust to the new normal. But with more meetings being conducted online, the threat to cyber security has increased. Bawa suggested ways to stay safe online while also giving tips on how to be more productive. Watch her keynote address on the crisis and opportunity for communication in the new normal.


BusinessToday.In
October 4, 2020
Speaking at the Business Today's India's Most Powerful Women 2020, Purohit states that the audiences no longer want to cheer from the side lines, they want to feel a part of their lives being portrayed and connect with it


BusinessToday.In
October 4, 2020
In 2003, Business Today was the first publication to identify the Most Powerful Women (MPW) highlighting the achievements of women in the areas of business, economy and policy in India


BusinessToday.In
October 4, 2020
Speaking at the Business Today's India's Most Powerful Women 2020, Mazumdar further says that there if India gets a coronavirus vaccine by early next year, there will be at least 4-5 inoculations approved in some form or the other (by 2021)


BusinessToday.In
October 4, 2020
BT MPW 2020: Aparna Bawa believes that virtual meetings are here to stay and will become a fixture even when the pandemic is over


BusinessToday.In
October 4, 2020
BT MPW 2020: Prachi Mishra said that while developing a coronavirus vaccine takes a long time, in such unusual times development has been fast forwarded


BusinessToday.In
October 3, 2020
BT MPW 2020: Anjali Bansal said, homemakers do a lot of productive work at home but they are not paid. Work from home will ensure productive work that can be paid


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