CNBC- TV18 takes business heroes beyond the boardrooms with Weekender

MUMBAI:  Have you wondered what the corporate biggies do in their leisure time? CNBC-TV18 gives you a peek into the lives of India’s business heroes with the launch of their new show CNBC-TV18 Weekender. The show aims at taking the industry leaders out of their corporate environment and getting a sense of what intrigues, inspires and motivates them. Starting 15th April 2016 at 10:30 pm, this conversational show will take the viewers into the unexplored lives of business leaders.

 Speaking about the show, CNBC-TV18  managing editor Shereen Bhan  says “The CNBC-TV18 Weekender is our attempt to understand the mind and the motivation of young leaders. Business is so much more than numbers on a balance sheet. It is about foresight, perseverance, courage and risk taking. The show gives us an insight into how leaders nurture these qualities to make the right choices.”

There is a lot that goes into making it big in the business world. While numbers and figures form an important part, it’s also about the vision and courage that an industry leader possesses. CNBC- TV18 Weekender explores the creative pursuits that these leaders enjoy which can range from taking a road trip to the Himalayas to spending a leisure day at the Sula Vineyards. The idea is to understand the driving force that keeps them motivated to do superior work. A glimpse into their perfect weekend is an added advantage that the show will offer.

The first episode with feature the dynamic  Rare Enterprises trader Atul Suri.  The show will feature head honchos like Amit Burman, Ashish Dhawan, Peter Gordon, Harish Salve Kavin Bharti Mittal, Venkatesh Kini, Sajjan Jindal, Roland Folger and many more. CNBC-TV18 Weekender will be hosted by an assortment of interesting anchors like Mangalam Maloo, Ritu Singh, Kritika Saxena, Farah Bookwala, Nayantara Rai and Ronojoy Banerjee.

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