A rewind of the key milestones in India's corporates and startups, through the lens of 13 years of Forbes India
Tata Motors has had an eventful few years—from scripting a turnaround and a 10% passenger car market share to readying itself for the EV revolution. Subscribe to Forbes India for early access to the cover story
Harvard Business School graduates and close friends Rajat Verma and Justin Lemmon are working on closing the supply chain loop in the electric vehicle market by reclaiming raw materials from lithium-ion batteries, and could go on to give a second-life to used batteries in the future
Akhil Aryan and Alexandre Collet recognised a crucial gap in the Indian EV market and embarked upon building advanced electronics, battery management systems, and predictive analytics platforms especially for electric vehicles
The Tata group company has in recent years scripted a fairytale turnaround to become India's third-largest carmaker. It has also quietly been powering up in the EV space. Will its first-mover advantage pay off?
Jeetender Sharma travelled across India to understand customer niggles with EVs before setting shop in 2015. Now his company, Okinawa scooters is the second biggest EV scooter maker by volume
The Bengaluru based EV startup will launch the commercial version of its first all-electric performance bike soon, which the founders believe will beat the best of the petrol-powered motorcycles
Starting with fit-and-forget kits to convert any vehicle into a hybrid, Amitabh Saran's Altigreen Propulsion Labs is now a full EV OEM, with eyes on tapping the Southeast Asia, Africa, and South America markets
Former HSBC banker Sameer Aggarwal has been a prime mover in financing electric rickshaws with RevFin. Will the gambit pay off?
Incubated at IIT-Madras, the startup is founded by the institute's professor Satya Chakravarthy and his student Pranjal Mehta; the duo hope their electric flying cars can do last-mile delivery too
Hero MotoCorp chairman and CEO Pawan Munjal is gearing up to enter and lead the two-wheeler EV market despite being a late entrant into a crowded field that includes competing against his nephew's company
New technology, high cost of ownership, battery life and range are the three biggest factors driving EV adoption hesitancy. Myles Zero's EV subscription-only model aims to hit three targets with one plan
After the shock suicide of founder Robert McKeon, (now) billionaire Musallam convinced investors to take a bet on him, then the second-highest ranking executive in Veritas. Today, its assets have grown from a humble $2 billion to a whopping $36 billion
High unemployment, the magnifying power of the web and fresh fintech financing are fuelling an eruption of startups not seen in decades
The FTX co-founder built his fortune before his 30th birthday by profiting from the cryptocurrency frenzy. Now, he just wants his wealth to survive long enough to give it all away