Anand Mahindra is chairman at the US $20.7 billion Mahindra Group and executive chairman at Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. His tenure has seen the Group expand domestically and internationally into a range of major industrial sectors from automobiles and agriculture to IT and aerospace. He is an incisive business commentator and humanitarian with over 7 million followers on Twitter. Among his many social change initiatives is the Nanhi Kali programme, which, for the last two decades, has provided over 330,000 underprivileged girls access to high-quality education. Mahindra has been named in the earned a spot on Barron's List of Top 30 CEOs worldwide (2016) and Fortune Magazine’s list of the World’s 50 Greatest Leaders (2014). He has served on several influential global bodies, including the Global Board of Advisors of the Council on Foreign Relations and the International Advisory Council of Singapore’s Economic Development Board.
A morale boosting development for India just before the budget. A rise in oil prices would have further threatened the fiscal balance. This softening of prices provides some elbow room to our economic planners.
Climate Change isn’t just a threat: it’s the next decades’ biggest opportunity for innovation and entrepreneurship. Sharing info & best practices is key to ensuring that we don’t miss this bus.
Bravo @satyanadella When I announced the intention of @MahindraRise to be carbon neutral by 2040—10 years ahead of the deadline—I thought we were being bold. You have raised the bar for us all...