Aditya Ghosh

  President, IndiGo Airlines

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Heading the largest private airline in India, Aditya Ghosh is feted for being an inspiring leader, consistently growing his business in a challenging industry. Quietly focusing on the basics instead of the frills, he has risen to become a business leader everyone wants to learn from.

Aditya started out as a corporate law executive at JSA Lawyers and Solicitors, giving astute legal counsel over the years to organisations like InterGlobe, Glaxo Smithkline Beecham, PepsiCo and the World Bank. It was as its General Counsel that Aditya joined InterGlobe Enterprises, and rose meteorically to lead the expansion of the group into several new areas, including IndiGo Airlines. For the last five years, Aditya has been at the helm of the airlines.

While passionate about his business, Aditya continues to be well regarded for his expertise on legal and policy issues. At a recent World Bank conference, he presented a paper on the Legal and Policy Framework of Private Sector Participation in Urban Infrastructure in India.

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No decision on IPO; not looking for partner: IndiGo

No decision on IPO; not looking for partner: IndiGo

Planning in advance helps us plan better: Aditya Ghosh

Planning in advance helps us plan better: Aditya Ghosh

IndiGo’s Aditya Ghosh: New planes for underutilised aviation market

IndiGo’s Aditya Ghosh: New planes for underutilised aviation market

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  • Transforming media, Mobile by mobile – Pranjal Sharma - Media is changing at such a fast pace, that it is difficult to prepare, predict or plan for any timeline beyond three years. This is especially true of India where online access no longer depends on expensive hardware or location connectivity.
  • Arun Maira | India’s Discordant Democrats | Mint -
    Innovation is the fuel that is needed for India’s economic growth. Now given this, does the fact that India is a democratic nation add up as an advantage or does democracy simply exist at a superficial level, thus strangulating innovation?

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