India – lklk – Femina, Indias premier English-language womens magazine, has recognised DCIs Venkatesh C.R. as one of the heralded Icons of South India in its November 2020 edition. Venkatesh joins an impressive and inspiring group of people who have made massive contributions in their respective fields — men and women who have served as primary drivers of innovation and industry in their chosen callings.
Being an eclectic mix, no less than the regions brightest paragons in the arts, sciences, and sports were acknowledged. Joining the ranks of entrepreneurs and business leaders like Venkatesh were artists, designers, tennis players, cricketers, doctors, hoteliers, among others.
Venkatesh is humbled by the recognition and describes it as nothing short of wonderful. He expressed his gratitude to Femina for honoring him in a Facebook post sharing the magazines dedicated post for him. The post has since garnered hundreds of comments from peers, colleagues, and friends congratulating the veteran business wizard for another achievement.
True to the terrific human achievements that Femina wishes to highlight in Icons of South India, Venkateshs rise to the top in Indias I.T. Industry is a story for the books. He is primarily responsible for building Dot Com Infoway, now a globally-recognized and widely-acclaimed I.T. company, brick by brick in all the more than 20 years that he served as its founder, CEO, and managing director. The recognition is but another milestone that Venkatesh adds to the growing list of accolades he is putting under his belt.
Being a debut edition, this release marks the Feminas first foray into recognizing the best most influential individuals who hail from South India. The magazine strongly hints that it will continue to release an Icons of South edition in the future, as it makes it clear that there are definitely more icons honor and more issues to look forward to in the future!
Name Venkatesh C.R.
Organization: Dot Com Infoway
Address: 3, Vaigai Colony, 1st Floor, Anna Nagar, Madurai – 625020, Tamilnadu, India