Namita Thapar - The Founder of Incredible Ventures Ltd and CEO of Emcure Pharmaceuticals
Namita Thapar is a well-known Indian entrepreneur and the CEO of Emcure Pharmaceuticals, and also the founder of Incredible Ventures Ltd. with a net worth of about 600 crores in 2021.
Namita Thapar is a Mumbai-based actress who was born on March 21, 1977. She has two sons, Vir Thapar and Jai Thapar, from her marriage to Vikas Thapar. She attended a school in Pune, Maharashtra, and went on to earn a chartered accounting degree from the ICAI. Namita went on to Duke University's Fuqua School of Business, where she earned an MBA and a bachelor's degree.
Namita Thapar Career
Namita joined Emcure as CFO after six years at Guidant Corporation in the United States. Her responsibilities later expanded to encompass the Indian market, and she is currently the Executive Director of Emcure Pharmaceuticals.
Namita is also a member of the Fuqua School of Business India's regional advisory council. Serves on the TiE Mumbai Board of Trustees as a Trustee. She is a member of the Young Presidents Organization as well.
She speaks at Harvard Business School, the Indian Institute of Management (IIM A), the ET Women's Conference, FICCI, and other important forums in addition to her job.
After six years at Guidant Corporation in the United States, Namita joined Emcure as CEO. She launched the Unconditional Yourself with Namita YouTube channel, which has a lecture on women's health. Incredible Ventures Ltd, which Thapar controls, is an academic firm that offers business experience.
Namita is Emcure pharmaceuticals Ltd Executive Director. In 2021, she also starred in Sony Entertainment's Shar Tank India Season 1 television programme.
Awards and Recognition to Namita Thapar
- The '40 under Forty' award from the Economic Times.
- Hurun Next Gen Leader Award from Barclays.
- The Economic Times' Women Ahead List for 2017.
- Super Achiever Award at the World Women Leadership Congress.
Namita Thapar works for the Indian government. Namita is involved with a number of government programmes, including the NITI Aayog's 'Women's Entrepreneurship Platform,' the 'Digital Health Task Force,' and the 'Champions of Change.' Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched these projects to encourage G2B collaboration in policy making.
Incredible Ventures Ltd was created by Namita Thapar, who has always been interested in young entrepreneurs. In Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Pune, Chennai, and Ahmedabad, it is an education firm that teaches entrepreneurship to 11 to 18-year-olds. She is an enthusiastic investor who is always looking for new company opportunities.