‘Most valuable companies’ with least number of employees, as per the Hurun report

Dec 5, 2022

By: Vaamanaa Sethi

Kama Holdings

Company valuation: ₹8,388 crore | Core investment company, run and controlled by Arun Bharat Ram and family, has only three employees.

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Max Financial Services

Company valuation: ₹24,436 crore | The investment company stands at the second position in the list with 12 employees in its workforce.

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Bajaj Holdings and Investment

Company valuation: ₹74,128 crore | Founded in 1926, the holding company of Bajaj Auto, Bajaj Finserv and more, employs only 21 people.

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Tata Investment Corporation

Company valuation: ₹11,871 crore | The 85-year-old holding company involved in making long-term investments in equities and equity-related securities; has 22 employees.

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GMR Airports Infrastructure

Company valuation: ₹22,605 crore | Construction and engineering company, which has been included in the list of 500 most valuable companies in India, consists of only 40 employees.

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Mensa Brands

Company valuation: ₹8,300 crore | A one-year-old startup founded by Ananth Narayan has 48 working employees in its team.

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RattanIndia Enterprises

Company valuation: ₹6,725 crore | The flagship company of Rattanindia Group, operating in the electric mobility sector through Revolt Motors has over 97 people in its workforce.

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Tagros Chemicals

Company valuation: ₹7,300 crore | The Tamil Nadu-based producer and exporter of synthetic pyrethroids, employs 123 people.

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Rajesh Exports

Company valuation: ₹20,420 crore | The Bangalore-based gold retailer and jeweller has 135 people in its workforce.

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Farmson Pharmaceuticals

Company valuation: ₹10,100 crore | Popularly known as the manufacturer of Paracetamol and Acetaminophen, the pharma company employs 140 people.

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Hurun report

The list is an excerpt from the 2022 Burgundy Private Hurun India 500 report by Burgundy Private, Axis Bank’s Private Banking Business and Hurun India.

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