Vimal Kedia, chairman and managing director of Manjushree Technopack, has been declared as one of Asia’s most promising business leaders by The Economic Times. Kedia was conferred this title at the 4th edition of Asian Business Leader conclave held in Singapore recently. The conclave witnessed leading thought leaders and businessmen across Asia discuss pertinent issues facing the Asian region, particularly India and Singapore.
Kedia was among the many influential businessmen, including Keshav Murugesh, chairman NASSCOM, Abhimanyu Munjal, joint managing director and chief executive officer, Hero FinCorp, Gaurav Gupta, co-founder of Zomato, and Nirmal Jain, founder, and chairman, IIFL Finance, among others to receive this award. It is an acknowledgment of pioneers who play a significant role in shaping business demographics around the world. Kedia was recognized for his outstanding achievement and contribution to the packaging industry in India.
On winning the award, Kedia commented, “I am honored to be one of Asia’s Most Promising Business Leader by The Economic Times. It has been a remarkable journey with Manjushree Technopack these last 40 years. Manjushree stands for Integrity, customer centricity, innovation, and environment sustainability. These core values have helped us stay ahead of our peers and steer the rigid packaging industry. This award is a testament to our unwavering commitment to design and deliver world-class and thoughtful packaging solutions.”