The APEA 2015 India Chapter concluded with great success on 21 March 2015, where 26 entrepreneurs and business leaders were honoured at this glittering gala dinner at Taj Palace, New Delhi.

Winners were presented with their trophies by Chief Guest, General V.K. Singh, Minister of State for External Affairs, Tan Sri Dr Fong Chan Onn, Chairman of Enterprise Asia, and Lt. Gen. Sudhir Sharma, Advisor to Enterprise Asia.
APEA 2015 India is the Awards’ first chapter of the year, and India’s sixth chapter running.

Highlights of the night include recipients Dr Lalit S Kanodia, Chairman of Datamatics Global Services Ltd receiving the Special Achievement Award, and Ekta Kapoor, Joint Managing Director & Creative Mentor of Balaji Telefilms Ltd, as Woman Entrepreneur of the Year.

Congratulations once again to all winners of the APEA 2015 India!

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