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TMS Ep237: Business Leaders, Indian Brands, Markets, 75 Years of Freedom

In this famous speech delivered at midnight on August 15, 1947, India’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru announced the birth of an independent India. In his 75 years, India has grown by leaps and bounds. In this episode, we look back at some aspects of this 75-year journey. India’s towering businesses Remembering his leader, the brands that Indians fell in love with, and taking you on a short journey down memory lane, recalling the key moments that shaped the Indian market in his 75 years. increase.

First, we salute the towering business leaders who have shaped this journey. There’s also the Midnight Children, whose pre-independence business flourished after 1947, and the Licensed Large Warriors, who refused to hold back with bureaucracy. In many cases, the companies at their helm have successfully navigated India’s transition from a Nerubian to a neoliberal model.

They are part of the global Indians that have brought the world’s attention. With the vision and confidence to innovate and rise above challenges, these professionals took their ideas and gave them wings. Their stories are as much of India as they are of the world. In the process, brands have blended into our everyday lives, leaving an indelible mark that defines an era and evokes nostalgia as iconic cultural products do.

In addition to the proliferation of brands, the expansion of the Indian market is also one of the achievements of the country. The Indian stock market is growing just like India, stronger and more confident. It has benefited from India’s growth while helping India grow. In this episode of the podcast, we take you on this journey to relive the key moments that shaped the Indian market.

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