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These steps will help kickstart next big economic upcycle: Sunil Bharti Mittal​Sunil Jain, Nirmal BangSunil Vaswani’s Platinum
Sunil Bharti Mittal is the Chairman and founder of Bharti Enterprises - a conglomerate having interests spanning in telecom, financial services, retail, and agri-products, realty. He has given India its leader in telecom industry - Airtel. Mittal, who started out selling bicycle parts, saw an opportunity in telecom in the mid-1990s as India opened up to the private sector. Bharti began with operation of a mobile network in Delhi.
Mittal is the second of three sons of a politician, Sat Pal Mittal, member of Parliament from Ludhiana. He is married and has three children. A yoga and golf enthusiast, Mittal has been recognized for his outstanding contribution in the area of education for the underprivileged through Bharti Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the Bharti Group.
Awards: Fortune Magazine - Asia Businessman of the Year (2006), Padma Bhushan (2007), The Kiel Institute, Germany - Global Economy Prize (2009), INSEAD Business Leader for the World Award (2011) among others.
Education: Harvard Business School
Born: October 23, 1957
Associated Business: Bharti Enterprises - Airtel, Bharti Infratel, Indus Towers, Bharti Realty, Bharti Softbank Holdings, Bharti Retail, Bharti AXA General Insurance, Bharti AXA Life Insurance
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