Nakshatra voted as
Indias Most Admired Jewellery Brand!
Nehal Modi, CEO, Gitanjali USA & Samuels Jewelers Inc.
as the Emerging Entrepreneur of the year 2015
At 6th Annual India Leadership Conclave &
Indian Affairs Business Leadership Awards 2015!
India Leadership Conclave 2015, widely acclaimed by thought leaders under the flagship brand of Media property Network 7 Media Group has announced Nakshatra, the flagship brand of Gitanjali Group as the winner in the category of “India’s Most Admired & Valuable Jewellery Brand 2015” and Nehal Modi, CEO, Gitanjali USA & Samuels Jewelers Inc. as the “Emerging Entrepreneur of the year 2015” because of his dynamism, business acumen and global outlook.
Nehal Modi, who is on the board of Gitanjali is based in US managing retail and distribution businesses of Gitanjali Group and has been instrumental in the growth of company business in USA since 2001. On behalf of Modi, sharing his delight over this award says Mehul Choksi, Chairman and MD, Gitanjali Group, “Nehal Modi is driven by his constant desire for innovation and redefining the standards for quality and creativity in jewellery design to establish India as the design destination hub. I would like to congratulate him on behalf of the group and am confident that he will achieve many such accolades.”
Nakshatra is one of India’s most reputed diamond jewellery brands, achieving an iconic status within three years of its launch in 2000. Today, it is a leading diamond jewellery brand, patronized by women of fashion in almost all segments of society. Commenting on this accolade, says Saurav Bhattacharya, Group President – Gitanjali Gems Ltd, “Nakshatra is truly a global brand of Indian origin that has defined standards of high quality, trust and design and set benchmarks in the diamond jewellery retail in India and we are proud to receive this recognition”
The winners were chosen by a selection committee review process that included representatives from government, the industry & the general public at large. The questioners were posed to 1254 HNI in Tier 1 & Tier 2 Cities.