Dr. Pawan Munjal is one of the pioneers of the leading companies in India, advocating growth, social and economic progress, and technological innovations.
He is president, and CEO of Hero MotoCorp, the world's largest wheel manufacturer. He has consistently demonstrated his wise leadership to lead Hero MotoCorp, not only to improve his leadership position but also to expand his global presence on several continents. Under his leadership, Hero MotoCorp achieved the required title for the world's first two-wheeled company (by volume of sales of a company in a calendar year) in 2001 and has successfully held this position to date. Dr. Mangal directed Hero MotoCorp to lead a controlling stake in the local motorcycle market in India and is currently present in 37 countries in Asia, Africa, Central America, and South America. As one of the leaders of the Indian industry, Dr. Pawan Mangal has been a leading member of many industry organizations, including the Federation of Indian Industry (CII), the High Industrial Authority of India; the Executive Committee of the Indian Association of Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM). Dr. Mangal has regularly contributed to the formulation of policies in India as a member of the Development Council of the Government of India, the Automotive and Allied Industries (DCAAI) and the Trade Council (BOT). Previously: Board Member, Asian PGA Tour; President of Professional Golfers Association, India; Former President of the Northern District of CII. Onboard the Punjab Public School. Chairman of several IIC committees that include affirmative action, technology, innovation, environment, and sports. Interests: Golf, sports development in India. He is very passionate about sports and, thanks to his personal commitment and leadership, Hero MotoCorp is one of the largest companies that promote multiple sports companies worldwide. Hero encourages innovation in many sports, such as golf, cricket, field hockey, motorsports, and soccer.
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