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Forbes India in association with TheIndicast.com bring you conversations with the people behind the Forbes India Magazine. Listen to what went in developing the cover story and special reports in the latest issue of the Forbes India Magazine along with expert insights on the top news from one of the most vibrant world economies
 
From the Bookshelves of Forbes India is a weekly podcast for book-lovers and keen (or novice) followers of world business and economy. Hosted by Forbes India's Pooja Sarkar, the series features insightful interviews with authors that take off from hand-picked books that are fascinating and fresh, and hold relevance to current events
 
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India's tech sector is going through exciting times. There are around 1,500 companies in the SaaS sector, clocking over $2 billion in annual revenues. The SaaS industry has done exceedingly well owing to the world's increasing reliance on technology to deal with everyday tasks. "If Indian SaaS entrepreneurs choose to go far, not just fast, they wil…
 
From a small family-run business in Kolkata to starting up on his own and transforming the wedding attire market, Modi, the latest entrant on the billionaires list has built Manyavar into a brand to be reckoned with. Cover story author Manu Balachandran gives you a peek into how and where it all started…
 
The second innings in the corporate world are celebrated, especially if the individual has had a stellar track record in the first run. One such success is Francisco D'Souza, who after the successful stint of over 25 years with Cognizant, has already moved on to yet another challenge. Harichandan Arakali talks about this cover story.…
 
The 11th edition of Forbes India Leadership Awards is here. FILA 2022 is honouring the best entrepreneurs and business leaders from India who navigated the gradual opening of the economy, reshaped their ventures, and innovated along the way. From the burgeoning Indian startup ecosystem to the traditional behemoths of legacy or private businesses, F…
 
In the third annual Best Employer issue of Forbes India, the spotlight was put on how companies are engaging with their employees after the Covid-19 pandemic changed the 'normal' ways of working. Monica Bathija talks about how the best were picked from the Kincentric survey, how the featured organisations are different from the rest and the process…
 
Rajiv Singh gets into the details of the issue that profiles chief financial officers across some marquee organisations in the new-age Indian startup ecosystem. These CFOs do not necessarily come from a finance background. But they are finding solutions to the peculiar set of demands in a unique fashion. The role of a CFO has moved from behind the …
 
A look into the Forbes India #Budget2022 special where we analyse what you can expect from the upcoming Union Budget and what India needs to put its economy back on the growth path. Listen to Neha Bothra and Salil Panchal as they give you a peek into divestment, the fiscal gap, jobs, and a lot more in this package…
 
Entering 2022 with the Omicron virus gripping India, the future looks uncertain once again. We bring together experts from diverse fields such as immunology and innovation; healthcare and fintech; cryptocurrency and entertainment, and more, to crystal gaze into how 2022 will shape up. Listen to Forbes India's Anubhuti Matta as she gives you a glimp…
 
Placing bets on the outperformers of today—first-gen, second-gen entrepreneurs, sportspersons, and actors—who will go on to be the Tycoons of Tomorrow. Forbes India's Naini Thaker takes you behind the scenes of how the editorial team huddled over a period of two months to create this definitive list
 
Forbes India's Naini Thaker—the author of the cover story this fortnight—and Rajiv Singh—anchor of the 'Roaring 50s' special—unpack the latest edition on stands which analyses, recognises, and celebrates founders who started up in their late 40s or 50s, and how a clutch of former professionals, like Nykaa's Falguni Nayar and Digit Insurance's Kames…
 
Our W-Power list strives to feature such superwomen—ladies who have taken charge, coped with crises and scripted their success. The list is by no means exhaustive, but it is representative of women from diverse fields like business and science, entertainment to social impact and sport. Varsha Meghani explains how an insatiable hunger, a strong work…
 
Cover story author Manu Balachandran explains why he calls Tata Motors the phoenix of India's automobile market. That and the carmaker's gambit in India's Electric Vehicle future, where it is building not only products but also an ecosystem that can support the clean vehicles revolution
 
The annual Forbes India Rich List 2021 issue is on stands now, and Ruchika Shah, who dissects the rich list data every year to bring you insights and trends from the 100 richest Indians' net worth, takes you through the key numbers that you must know. Like, which sector surprisingly didn't do too well this year; and which is the up & coming sector …
 
'What's your story? The Essential Business Storytelling Handbook', is a collection of experiences of three co-authors Adri Buckner, Anjana Menon, Marybeth Sandell who talk about how companies should map their audience and engage with their target audience in a more interactive and relevant way. It is filled with examples of companies and whether th…
 
This year, instead of a celebrity special that focussed on Bollywood, we decided to do something different. We, at Forbes India, shifted the focus to the four Southern film industries and its superstars that are breaking their moulds, each in their own way. Divya J Shekhar, the anchor of the inaugural South celebs special issue gives you a taste of…
 
“What we learn from the music business tells us so much more about who we really are, than other media industries; music is important not only because it was first to suffer and first to recover, but because it was the first to discover who we really are,” says Will Page, formerly the chief economist at audio streaming company Spotify. In his book …
 
Marketing guru Philip Kotler and Christian Sarkar in their new book discuss the seven wicked topics they have identified for brand activism. The book is an insightful read on how brands end up on either side of the regressive or progressive activism debate, with examples like Anita Roddick building the Body Shop. In this conversation, Kotler and Sa…
 
On CEO Rajesh Gopinathan’s watch, Tata Consultancy Services, one of the world’s top IT companies, is ready to shed the outsourcing legacy and embrace symbiotic transformational journeys with its biggest customers. Cover story author, technology editor Harichandan Arakali gives you a glimpse
 
In April 2021, in the span of just four days, India spawned six unicorns. Compare that number with just eight unicorns in the entirety of the last year. 25 unicorns have emerged in the first eight months of this year. Why is it raining unicorns in India? Can they keep galloping? Cover story author Rajiv Singh explains how the glut of money, less ca…
 
Bikhchandani started small with founding an internet startup whose aim was never to become an unicorn, but profitable. Today, the billionaire is an entrepreneur, investor and philanthropist, who believes in hardwork and learning from failure. Cover story author, Naini Thaker, tells us more
 
It's been a decade since SoftBank first invested in India. Their portfolio, which boasts unicorns such as Paytm, Swiggy, Oyo, and InMobi, is $14 billion strong. Pooja Sarkar, the co-author of the cover story with Rajiv Singh, walks us through the functioning of SoftBank's India team, how their knowledge-sharing meetings helped desi startups, and th…
 
'Pandemonium' by veteran banking editor Tamal Bandyopadhyay narrates untold gripping stories from the Indian banking ecosystem. From the bad loans war room created far from the Mint street in Mumbai, to the arrests made in connection to the disbursal of such loans, he breaks down the nuances of bad loans in India, the key faces, and a collection of…
 
Pooja Sarkar joins this fortnight's Inside Forbes India podcast to give you a sneak peek into the cover story that encapsulates the journey of the India business of Canada-based Brookfield Asset Management from its founding in the post 26/11 Mumbai to deploying $20 billion here since then. Here's the kicker—over 50 percent of it, or $11.3 billion— …
 
It's raining unicorns in India thus far in 2021 but Moglix is not your usual glam billion-dollar business—it is a B2B ecommerce platform for industrial goods filling a crucial gap for enterprises. Cover story author Manu Balachandran takes you behind the scenes of how Moglix became a unicorn in 6 years, and throws light on third-time unicorn maker …
 
Binod Chaudhary is Nepal’s sole billionaire according to Forbes World Billionaires list for 2021. In his autobiography, 'Making it Big', he writes about building his business, the impact of monarchy and politics, running 169 companies and how he plans to consolidate them now. His company CG Corp Global manufactures the widely popular Wai Wai noodle…
 
As India's inoculation drive slows down, Russia's Sputnik V is the third vaccine in the country's kitty. With the necessary approvals in place, at least six manufacturers in India, including the Hetero Group of Companies, will be making a total of 900 million doses of the contentious vaccine. Divya Shekhar and Manu Balachandran give you a peek into…
 
Steven Levy has updated his book 'In the Plex' and now takes a look at how Google has changed over the last decade. In the middle of the decade, Larry Page decided to call the company Alphabet. Alpha meant Google and Bet means the new bets or the moonshine projects it will undertake. Levy believes this structure has made it tougher for these bets l…
 
For Forbes India's 12th anniversary, the team came up with 12 pertinent topics or sectors and challenges that India faces today, and invited experts like CEOs, investors, entrepreneurs, economists, philanthropers, to write about their vision for the future of that idea. The topics range from mobility to healthcare, food to luxury, entertainment and…
 
In the summer of 2010, Xiaomi Corporation didn't start out as a mobile handset company, choosing instead to launch as the company behind MIUI, an operating system based on Google's Android OS. In fact, Xiaomi officially launched as a mobile phone maker in August 2011. Since then, it has managed to become the largest-selling smartphone manufacturer …
 
The book’s title 'From Incremental to Exponential' is a giveaway and Vivek Wadhwa, a tech entrepreneur and a distinguished fellow at Harvard Law School and Carnegie Mellon University joins us on today's episode. He points out there will be more disruption in this decade than in the last 50 years. Since 1935, the average membership duration in S&P 5…
 
GE was created in 1892 and it finds its roots with Thomas Edison. But after 110 years, in 2018, GE was booted from Dow Jones. Many pointed fingers at the senior management. In this tell-all podcast, Jeffery Immelt the ex-CEO of GE talks about his time leading the conglomerate, including decisions that went wrong and some which will bear fruits late…
 
In the second annual Best Employer issue of Forbes India, the focus was on how the companies navigated the Covid-19 pandemic, making the well being of their employees a priority. Monica Bathija walks you through the process of choosing the best from the Kincentric survey and putting the issue together…
 
Startups and e-delivery models are usually the talks of the town and they have managed to harness growth during the pandemic but what about the old school enterprises? The book 'Transformation In Times of Crisis' by Nitin Rakesh, CEO of Mphasis and Professor Jerry Wind, who taught at Wharton School, delves upon how enterprises are rewiring themselv…
 
All of us go through career dilemmas at some point. Shivakumar discusses the top ten dilemmas that we may experience and backs them with research and data to analyse how we can make better career moves. In his book, 'The Right Choice', he says India produces nearly half a million MBAs every year but less than 5 percent of an IIM batch makes it to t…
 
After the crucial year that was, the 10th edition of Forbes India Leadership Awards 2021 (FILA 2020) commemorates the leaders that stood out for taking the lead on tackling the Covid-19 challenge, steering with grit and vision and looking after their people and businesses. Salil Panchal takes you through what went on behind the scenes in putting ou…
 
Marketers, globally, are facing an existential crisis as more companies are losing confidence in what marketers can do for their brands. In his book, Rajamannar points out what he calls quantum marketing, the fifth paradigm, that can help marketers to stay relevant in the business. The need to adopt experiential marketing, harnessing machine learni…
 
Local players turned into regional brands and are now are shedding their avatars of being the little guy and are taking on larger MNC rivals in the regions they operate in. Cover story author and special package anchor Rajiv Singh takes you through the journey of a clutch of these regional brands whose stories you will find in our latest issue…
 
Like every year, our nomination forms were brimming with the stories of India's young professionals and entrepreneurs, and made it as challenging for the team to debate and decide on 30 winners that will be called the Forbes India 30 Under 30, Class of 2021. Forbes India's Ruchika Shah gives you a glimpse into putting the list together, while Katha…
 
As more people feel dislocated in the face of the inexorable forces of globalisation and technology and lash out against immigrants, free trade, governing elites, Professor Michael Sandel, one of the foremost philosophers in the world and a professor at Harvard University challenges the usual notions of meritocracy in his latest book, 'The Tyranny …
 
How Accel India sniffs out good opportunities early, invests in entrepreneurs' passion, and leads them to unicorn status. Cover story author Rajiv Singh calls Accel India 'unicorn hunters', where the founding partners bring their entrepreneurial experience to investing. Forbes India's Pooja Sarkar speaks about Apollo Global's big play in distressed…
 
Dr. Sudipta Sarangi's debut novel 'The Economics of Small Things' questions our small actions and why we do things the way we do them, and the economics behind them. The book explains concepts of economics with real-life questions, like why we ask for freebies while buying vegetables, and more importantly, why the shopkeeper will give you freebies.…
 
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