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Bloomberg|Quint launches ‘India’s Business Quotient’ with top business leaders

Leading voices include WPP’s Martin Sorrell, Vedanta’s Anil Agarwal, TRAI’s RS Sharma, Axis’s Shikha Sharma

Bloomberg|Quint has launched an editorial initiative to mark the 70th anniversary of the country’s independence. Christened ‘India’s Business Quotient’, this initiative showcases the opinion of top thought leaders on how India can lead in the 21st century.

This exclusive, by-invite series has debuted with leaders such as Martin Sorrell (CEO, WPP), Anil Agarwal (Founder & Chairman, Vedanta Resources), RS Sharma (Chairman, TRAI), Shikha Sharma (CEO, Axis Bank), Rashesh Shah (Chairman & CEO, Edelweiss Group), Rajan Anandan (VP, India & SE Asia, Google), Ronnie Screwvala (Founder, UpGrad), Nilesh Shah (MD, Kotak Asset Management).

Through op-eds, the leaders have opined on issues ranging from energy security to how India must project its national brand, from creating a global financial hub to the rise of edu-tech and the transformational impact of digital commerce. Over the next few weeks, many more leaders, carefully selected for their unique perspective and stature, shall be part of this activity.

The focus will continue to be on ideas that can help raise India’s Business Quotient i.e. “India’s BQ” in the long term. This initiative is available on and is being presented in partnership with Manyavar.

Speaking on the initiative, Anil Uniyal, CEO, Bloomberg|Quint, said, “What makes ‘India’s Business Quotient’ special is not just the stature of the leaders but the fact that they have painstakingly put down their diverse views and thoughtful insights on issues that really matter. For those seeking a deep perspective on how India can and should manage its future, this series is a must. This initiative aligns well with the pedigree and expertise that Bloomberg|Quint has come to symbolize within a short period of time.”

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