Neha Narkhede Net Worth 2023: Meet Neha Narkhede, Youngest ‘Self-made’ Woman In India

neha narkhede net worth
neha narkhede net worth

According to Hurun wealthy list, 37-year-old Neha Narkhede is India’s youngest self-made woman entrepreneur.

Neha Narkhede, the co-founder of Confluent, a streaming data technology company, has made the list of India’s youngest self-made woman entrepreneurs at the age of 37. Hurun India and IIFL Wealth presented today the IIFL WEALTH HURUN INDIA RICH LIST 2022, the 11th annual ranking of India’s wealthiest individuals.

Surprisingly, this year’s ranking revealed that “a record 735 entrepreneurs, or 67%, are self-made, up from 659 last year and 367 (54% five years ago.” This year, 79% (117) of new faces are self-made.” “1,103 persons are on this list, up 96 from last year, across 122 cities,” according to the Hurun wealthy list. The total value of wealth has climbed by 9.4%, while typical wealth has declined by 1%.”

Neha Narkhede Net Worth 2023

Forbes says that Neha’s net worth will be $580 million by 2023.

Narkhede also works as an independent startup counselor. She has appeared on several notable lists of Female achievers.

She was named one of Forbes magazine’s “America’s Self-Made Women” in 2022. She was also named one of the top ten wealthiest Indian women on the Kotak-Hurun list.

Narkhede was named one of Forbes’ “World’s Top 50 Women in Technology” in 2018.

In interviews, Narkhede stated that her father’s lessons about trailblazing women were the most influential in her career.

“When I was growing up, he would pick books and tell me stories of women who were trailblazers in very male-dominated fields,” she told CNBC in 2019, adding that she had read about Indira Gandhi, Indra Nooyi, and Kiran Bedi.

Neha Narkhede’ Education

She was reared in Pune, Maharashtra, and attended the University of Pune, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from SCTR’s Pune Institute of Computer Technology (PICT). She left India in 2006 to pursue a master’s degree in computer science at Georgia Tech, and after graduating in 2007, she began her career at Oracle, followed by LinkedIn, where she supposedly worked as a software engineer.

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