Pirojsha Adi Godrej

Pirojsha Adi Godrej
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Pirojsha Adi Godrej is an Indian industrialist and businessman. He is the Executive Chairman of Godrej Properties Limited, the land improvement arm of the Godrej Group, of which his dad, Adi Godrej, is the administrator. Pirojsha Godrej moved on from the Wharton School of Business in 2002, and finished his Masters in International Affairs from Columbia University in 2004. He finished his tutoring from The Cathedral and John Connon School. Pirojsha's interests include cricket, food, governmental issues, chess and uncommon book gathering. He is wedded and he has a girl.

Pirojsha Godrej worked with Godrej Properties Limited from 2004 to 2006 during which time he was responsible for coordinating the organization's extension system, which saw the organization increment its activities from 2 urban areas to 10 urban communities somewhere in the range of 2004 and 2008. He proceeded to finish a MBA from Columbia Business School in 2008 preceding rejoining GPL as leader chief. In 2010, Pirojsha drove the first sale of stock (IPO) of the organization through which Godrej Properties brought US$100 million. Up in 2012, Pirojsha was named CEO of Godrej Properties. He has driven the organization through a period of quick development through which the organization has set up itself as one of India's quickest developing land designers. Under Pirojsha's authority, Godrej Properties has been focusing in on economical advancement movement; in 2013, GPL got an honor from previous President of India, APJ Abdul Kalam for being one of the organizations in India from across areas to have driven the green structure development. The Clinton Foundation has banded together with Godrej Properties for its huge municipality project, Godrej Garden City, which was chosen as one of two activities in India and seventeen from around the world to work with the Clinton Climate Initiative towards the objective of establishing a Climate Positive Development. In 2015, The Economic Times chosen him in their 40 under 40 rundown, a list of the most significant business pioneers under 40 years old.