Tata Steel Is the Original Make In India Story: T.V. Narendran
Tata Steel has become one of the leading steel manufacturers across the globe in the last 116 years. The company is hopeful of lasting another 100 years on the back of its multi-generational employees and a people-centric work culture. With clear focus and targets in sight, T.V. Narendran, chief executive officer and managing director of Tata Steel, explains how a large part of its future growth will take place in India due to the infra push of the government and its investment in future and sustainable technology
Suchetana Ray - July 28, 2023
Tata Steel, Est. 1907
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She-Movers Of India
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Heart Of Gold
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Industry 4.0: Factories that need no human
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What is your top priority for next year?
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Tata Steel’s new digital film ‘The Washout’ reminds us that regularly washing hands comes with another big responsibility
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"It is human nature to believe during good times that good times won’t end"
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