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Dipali Goenka ranks 16 in Forbes Asia Businesswomen list
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Apr '16
Dipali Goenka, CEO and joint MD, Welspun India, has entered the Forbes Asia's 50 Power Businesswomen list at the 16th place and ranks 4th among the Indian women featured on the list, according to a company press release.

The list showcases a year of accomplishments by the region's female entrepreneurs, recognising the inroads women are making in the business world.

Goenka said, “It is an honour to be a part of the Forbes Asia's Power Businesswomen List. It is indeed humbling and encourages me to press on further and continue to do things that I so dearly love. Congratulations to all the other women on the list - we can together make a difference.”

Under her leadership the revenue and earnings of Welspun India are up several folds, with net profit of $81 million on revenue of $790 million in the year ended March 2015.

Goenka has transformed Welspun into an innovation led company that addresses consumer needs through superior products and services. By developing international brands and patents like Christy, Kingsley, and Hygrocotton in Welspun's portfolio, she has been pivotal in putting Welspun on the global map. Welspun is among the top 3 home textile firms in the world, and is the official supplier of towels to the Wimbledon and Australian Open tennis championships. (HO)

PTI


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