With the motto of “Everything belongs to everyone and nothing belongs to anyone” Hinduja Group, a global conglomerate company has successfully completed its 102 years in the year 2016.
Parmanand Deepchand Hinduja (1901-1971) with the business philosophy “My dharma (duty) is to work, so that I can give.” Led the foundation of Hinduja Group in the year 1914 in Mumbai with its first international operation in Iran in 1919. But due to Islamic Revolution in 1979 the company was moved to Europe. His 4 sons also known as “Hinduja Brothers ”Srichand, Gopichand, Prakash and Ashok have scripted and implemented their strategy for diversified growth of the Group, transforming it into an international conglomerate with footprints across 38 countries and a 1, 00, 000+ – strong team.
Srichand P Hinduja (also known as ‘SP’) is the eldest son of Parmanand Deepchand Hinduja and chairman of Hinduja Group of companies and charitable Foundations. Gopichand P Hinduja (‘GP’) is the co-chairman of the Hinduja Group of Companies. They both operate their business from the company’s headquarter based in London, UK.
Prakash P Hinduja (‘PP’) is the chairman of the Advisory board of Amas Bank (Switzerland) Ltd and a board member of the Swiss-Indian Chamber of Commerce. Ashok P Hinduja (‘AP’), the youngest son is the chairman of Hinduja Group India limited (HGIL) and operates from India.
Even after 102 years, they firmly believe in traditional family values and mutual trust, respect, cohesion and co-operation are emphasized as key organizational guidelines. The Vedic principle of their work is ‘Service with devotion’. They have a high premium on healthy internal competition, incentives to executives and employees for outperforming one another and appreciation of good performance.
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