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Gaja Capital Business Book Prize 2022 Long List Announced

Titles include Broke to Breakthrough: The Rise of India’s Largest Private Dairy Company by Harish Damodaran; Rahul Bajaj: An Extraordinary Life by Gita Piramal; and indomitable: notes of a working woman on work, life and leadership by Arundhati Bhattacharya

books, business book award 2022Gaja Capital Business Book Prize 2022, features 10 books that document impactful business stories from across the subcontinent (Source: Amazon.in)

Gaja Capital announced the longlist of Gaja Capital Business book price 2022, with 10 books that document hard-hitting business stories from across the subcontinent, including the growth of Hatsun, India‘s largest private diary company; the rise of Tata Corporation; and Xiaomi’s disruption in the mobile market. The shortlist will be announced in November and the winner in January 2022.

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The books on the long list are: Broke to Breakthrough: The Rise of India’s Largest Private Dairy Company by Harish Damodaran (Penguin Random House India); Disrupt and Conquer: How TTK Prestige Became a Billion Dollar Company by TT Jagannathan and Sandhya Mendonca (Penguin Random House India); Harsh Realities: The Making of Marico by Harsh Mariwala and Ram Charan (Penguin Random House India); Indomitable: Notes of a Working Woman on Work, Life and Leadership by Arundhati Bhattacharya (HarperCollins India); Maverick Effect: The Inside Story of India’s IT Revolution by Harish Mehta (HarperCollins India); Rahul Bajaj: An Extraordinary Life of Gita Piramal (Penguin Random House India); Tata – The global company that built India Capitalism by Mircea Raianu (Harvard University Press); The Ambuja Story: How a Group of Ordinary Men Created an Extraordinary Business by Narotam Sekhsaria (HarperCollins India); The Struggle and the Promise: Restoring India’s Potential by Naushad Forbes (HarperCollins India); and Xiaomi: How a Startup Disrupted the Market and Created a Cult by Jayadevan PK (HarperCollins India).

Last year’s award was won by Amrit Raj’s Indian Icon: A Cult Called Royal Enfield (Westland), and the 2020 award by Mint journalist Mihir Dalal for Big Billion Startup: The Untold Flipkart Story (Pan Macmillan India).

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