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Corporate and Leadership Portraits
Defence Minister of India
Minister of Finance, India
CEO | JINDAL SAW PIPES
FOUNDER | SWAYAM (ACCESSIBILITY NGO)
Sunil Bharti Mittal (born 23 October 1957) is an Indian Billionaire entrepreneur, philanthropist and the Founder & Chairman of Bharti Enterprises, which has diversified interests in telecom, insurance, real estate, malls, hospitality, agri and food besides other ventures. Bharti Airtel, the group's flagship company is the world's third largest and India's largest telecom company with operations in 18 countries across Asia and Africa with a customer base of over 372 million. Bharti Airtel clocked revenues of over USD 14.75 billion in FY2016. He is listed as the 8th Richest person in India by Forbes with a Net worth of $7 Billion.
In 2007, he was awarded the Padma Bhushan, India's third highest civilian honor. On June 15, 2016, he was elected as Chairman of the International Chamber of Commerce.
CEO, JetSmart Air
Su-Kam Power Systems
Kunwer Sachdev (born 16 November 1962) is an Indian entrepreneur who is the founder and Managing Director of Su-kam Power Systems Ltd, an India-based power solutions provider. He founded Su-Kam in 1988. Due to his contribution towards creating solar technologies in India he has been called 'Solar Man of India'
Born in a middle-class family on 16 November 1962, He studied in a government school in Punjabi Bagh in Delhi. He was one of the three sons of a section officer in the Indian Railways. His brother started a small business of selling writing instruments, and Sachdev helped him in his business since he was in standard 10. In a conversation with Times of India, Kunwer Sachdev said that he always knew he would be an entrepreneur, so he did not focus on his studies, yet he finished his graduation in statistics from Hindu College, and LLB from Delhi University.
According to reports, Kunwer Sachdev's net worth is Rs. 2300 crore or 380 million USD.
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