Kolkata: 15 multinational companies like Google, Microsoft, Adobe, IBM, Starbucks, and Durex. All of them are members of the CG-50, the club that houses the world’s largest multinationals. These 15 organizations are now headed by Indians of Indian origin or genuine Indians. According to sources, some of the CEOs running these companies grew up in India, some were born and studied abroad. However, the bond with India has not been severed yet.
A recent study revealed that 15 multinational companies have achieved new milestones of success after Indian CEOs took over. Business has grown by an average of 18 percent in the last 2 years. The list of Indian CEOs in multinational companies includes many bright names. Satya Nadella has an impression as the CEO of Microsoft. It is reported that under Nadella’s leadership, business has grown by an average of 18 percent per year. After Sundar Pichai became the CEO of Google, the US multinational company started to turn around. His success is also remarkable. Sundar has left the imprint of his sharp brain in multiple tasks including separating Google’s profitable business, increasing revenue from the search engine, and making other Google products user-friendly.
On the other hand, Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayan, IBM’s Arvind Krishna, Micron’s Sanjay Maherratra, Go Daddy’s Aman Bhutani, and Starbucks’ Laxman Narasimhan, all shine in their respective niches. Twitter CEO Parag Agarwal was on this list a few days ago. He left the company after Elon Musk bought Twitter. According to sources, these 15 Indian CEOs have a total wealth of 450 million dollars. So, a few years from now, if it is seen that an Indian is handling the responsibility of Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook, many people think that there will be no surprise.