Why India is the World’s largest Hub in Technology?

India is one of the most innovative countries when it comes to technology, India led the world in the capacity of real-time digital payments, considerably exceeding China and the developed world.

In 2022, India was the largest hub for technology innovation with $227 billion in total revenue this happened as a result of India’s policy-driven innovation landscape, coupled with strong intellectual property protection, enhances technological development by safeguarding the interests of innovators.

Rajivaratna Gandhi became the prime minister of India in 20th century, he was considered as the architect of digital India and hailed as ‘the father of Information Technology and the Telecom Revolution of India’.

As the technology grows many biggest technology companies in world are headed by Indian and this can’t be a coincidence but a result of effort Which India introduced since 20th century educating young generation and create in them love to technology.

In nowadays many strongest companies in the world have Indian CEOs, chairmans and many directors and when it comes to technology oriented companies Indians are many more in their executive boards.

And that have resulted in biggest promotion of India in technology and Indian university graduates are having more chances in different countries mainly in Europe and USA.

WE have listed 10 biggest companies in world and their Indian CEOs.  

  • CEO of Alphabet Google 

Pichai Sundararajan (born June 10, 1972), He is the chief executive officer (CEO) of Alphabet Inc. and its subsidiary Google.    (Source: Wikipedia)

  • CEO of Microsoft

Satya Narayana Nadella, born 19 August 1967) is an Indian-American business executive.(Source: Wikipedia)

  •  CEO of YouTube

Neal Mohan (born 1973) is business executive who is the current CEO of YouTube. Neal Mohan (born 1973) is an American business executive who is the current CEO of YouTube. Lafayette, Indiana, U.S. (source: Wikipedia)

  • CEO of Adobe

Shantanu Narayen is the chairman, president and CEO of Adobe. He joined the company in 1998 and became its CEO in 2007. ( Source: forbes.com)

  • CEO of World Bank Group

Ajay Banga, 14th President of the World Bank Group Ajay Banga began his five-year term as World Bank Group President on June 2, 2023. (Source: worldbank.org)

  • CEO of IBM

Arvind Krishna is an Indian-American business executive serving as the Chairman and CEO of IBM. He is the CEO of IBM since April 2020 and took on the role of Chairman in January 2021. (Source: Wikipedia)

  • CEO of Albertsons

Vivek Sankaran is President and Chief Executive Officer of Albertsons Companies, Inc., a leading North America retail food, health & wellness company. (Source: Milkeninstitute.org)

  • CEO of NetApp

George Kurian is chief executive officer at NetApp and a member of the Board of Directors. (Source: netapp.com)

  • CEO of Palo Alto Networks

Nikesh Arora is chairman and CEO of Palo Alto Networks, the leading cybersecurity company in the world. (Source: businessroundtable.com)

  • CEO of Arista Networks

Jayshree V. Ullal (born March 27, 1961) is a British-American who has origin in India, she is billionaire businesswoman, president and CEO of Arista Networks, a cloud networking company responsible for the deployment of 10/25/40/50/100 Gigabit Ethernet networking in the data center.

Some of those CEOs above neither bone nor lived in India but have origin in India as they even have Indian names.

BELLEVUE, WA – NOVEMBER 30: Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella addresses shareholders during the 2016 Microsoft Annual Shareholders Meeting at the Meydenbauer Center November 30, 2016, 2016 in Bellevue, Washington. The company posted $22.3 billion in profits for the 2016 fiscal year. (Photo by Stephen Brashear/Getty Images)

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