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Forbes India in association with bring you conversations with the people behind the Forbes India Magazine. Listen to what went in developing the cover story and special reports in the latest issue of the Forbes India Magazine along with expert insights on the top news from one of the most vibrant world economies
268 Episodes
Cover story author Rajiv Singh dissects Kohli and the rapid success of One8, a Rs 100 crore plus brand built in quick time. Can Kohli replicate his cricket success in business. Podcast produced in association with
Until now, the discourse around gender equality has largely been limited to the workplace. As both men and women are now working from home, this is a great opportunity for household chores and childcare to be more equally divided. In this cover story, Forbes India meets several power couples who are renegotiating gender stereotypes and finding new balance of labour during the lockdown, hoping to make a lasting change. Podcast produced in association with
Amritsar born Harindarpal Harry Bangas second act, as founder of the Hong Kong headquartered Caravel Group, has the makings of surpassing his three decade long success as a shipping and commodities tycoon. Samar Srivastava takes us behind the scenes of the billionaires story. Podcast produced in association with
How companies like Delhivery, Clovia, Cars24 and JetSetGo have moved away from their core in the pandemic, or added to it. Podcast produced in association with
The founder of Zoho Corp moved from Silicon Valley to Tenkasi, a hamlet some 650 km from Chennai, even before the pandemic. He never intended to build a big building office in a metro city, and wants his employees to work from their own hometowns instead. Can this be the future of India, as our cities become increasingly unlivable, especially in the post pandemic era? Podcast produced in association with
It typically takes five years and about Rs 15 crore for just the first of many phases to introduce a viable vaccine to market. Companies across India such as Zydus Cadila, Serum Institute and Bharat Biotech are working against the clock to shrink this period down to a few months. In this episode Forbes Indias Divya Shekhar takes a deep dive into what this rush looks like on the ground and gives us a glimpse into the path ahead. Podcast produced in association with
From a sanitary pads company that is now making three ply masks to one that turned its prison monitoring system to track coronavirus symptoms, these young firms are great stories of agility in the face of a crisis. Podcast produced in association with
Would you go back to an office full time once the lockdown lifts, or prefer to follow a hybrid model. Some of the countrys most prominent leaders see advantages in giving employees the freedom to choose even after the pandemic. Podcast produced in association with
The sector had suffered significantly last year. It is further set back by Covid-19. A look at BSVI emission norms. Tata Motors renewed focus on SUVs and what lies ahead for Indian carmakers. Podcast produced in association with
Everything that could go wrong with the global economy has, says Forbes Indias Salil Panchal. This could be the best time to think about how to park your money. Podcast produced in association with
Varsha Meghani breaks down the process behind selecting the final list of women achievers this year, who have scaled odds, broken barriers and charted their own indelible journeys. Podcast produced in association with
Many efforts have been made to digitise education, but it has not been a breakout sector—until now. Forbes Indias Sayan Chakraborty explains why. Podcast produced in association with
The youngest is just 17 years old. The Forbes India 30 Under 30 list is more relevant than ever, at a time when students are leading movements across the country, taking on an active charge in shaping its future. Podcast produced in association with
Samar Srivastava takes a look at what we can expect from Nirmala Sitharamans Budget this year, and whether the Indian economy can get back on the growth path soon. Podcast produced in association with
How the decade has played out so far, and what lies in store in its final year, and beyond. Podcast produced in association with
Inside the high stakes Celebrity 100 issue, an annual ranking of the countrys highest earning celebrities, calculated along with their fame quotient. Podcast produced in association with
India is not a cakewalk for Netflix. As it battles with competitors like Amazon Prime Video, Hotstar, even YouTube, a look at its Originals and long term fight for eyeballs, and how its affordable mobile plan helped kick things off. Podcast produced in association with
Forbes India celebrates Indias best business leaders, who steered their companies through resilience and innovation in a year of slowdown. Podcast produced in association with
Forbes Indias Samar Srivastava elucidates how the Forbes India Rich List tycoons saw their wealth change over the difficult year, and why some big names dropped off the list. Podcast produced in association with
Bollywood actors are routinely investing in fashion brands and sporting leagues, but the Gully Boy star chose an unusual foray, independent music, with IncInk Records. Will it pay off. Podcast produced in association with
Comments (6)

Sameer Nigam

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Apr 5th


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Sep 24th

Piyush Dutta

sound quality is not really upto the mark

Sep 23rd


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Mar 22nd


very poor quality of sound

Mar 18th


Very contemporary. But please invest in better audio quality, seems to be recorded on phone.

Oct 19th
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