Recently, at the launch of Google India and Bain & Company's 'Powering The Economy With Her' report, the VC boss revealed how his wife Radhika Chopra, who is the founder of the luxury Indian tea brand No. 3 Clive Road, inspires their 14-year-old daughter, Maya.
Day 1 of my summer internship!! https://t.co/pSTBeqg5nI https://t.co/8nBNF03bX0— Rajan Anandan (@RajanAnandan) 1557138479000
Talking about the importance of women role models in India, the 52-year-old former Google India head said that being around entrepreneurs has had a positive impact on his daughter.
1958 #Thunderbird #Jaipur1. First car in Jaipur @SUJANLuxury https://t.co/owAbPvv4hn— Rajan Anandan (@RajanAnandan) 1473585918000
"Role models are crucial in India as they bring in a lot of energy," Anandan added.
Last year in February, Anandan even took his daughter to a laboratory of the luxury skincare brand Forest Essentials, where his teenage daughter learnt how to make her own beauty products.
Thank you team @ForestEssential for hosting us today! #Maya learning how to make her product - getting ready for de… https://t.co/RIIiNH5Wm0— Rajan Anandan (@RajanAnandan) 1549282532000
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Flamboyant and successful, British tycoon Richard Branson, has a net worth of US $410 crores. The business magnate, investor, author and philanthropist founded the Virgin Group in the 1970s. The parent company controls more than 400 companies the world over. He features on the Forbes rich-list as well as the Time 100 Most-Influential People in the World list. Breaking into the world of business at a tender age of 16, Branson who turns 69 today is an inspiration to many.
Branson is the founder of Virgin Group, the conglomerate that owns Virgin America, Virgin Mobile, Virgin Galactic and Virgin Atlantic, just to name a few.
If you are looking to become a sensation in the world of entrepreneurs, here are 5 business lessons from Branson himself that will help you fulfill your dreams.
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