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Put on your running gear, Zee Business BSE Bull Run 2020 is here - Registration, top attendees and all you need to know

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The stock market resembles our lives a lot. At times it is on a bull run, and sometimes it shows a bearish attitude. Nevertheless, no matter what life comes across as, we should always stay bullish towards our commitments towards health and happiness. Now, leading business news channel and the top choice of share bazaar experts and business fraternity, Zee Business has come up once again with 'Zee Business BSE Bull Run 2020' to rejuvenate and revamp your commitment towards life and health. Always remember, the stock market is all about making money, and this dream can only come true if you are armed with a fit mind...and, undoubtedly that stays in a healthy body. So, pull up your socks and gear up with your running gear for the much-awaited Zee Business BSE Bull Run 2020.

The 5th edition of Zee Business BSE Bull Run  - an annual run with the goal of making Mumbaikars Healthy as well as Wealthy - is set to be held on January 12, 2020. The 6 km Fun Run is happening on Sunday at 6 am from Ground No. 1 next to PNB Building, BKC, Mumbai. Registrations are free - to participate log on to
https://www.zeebiz.com/bullrun OR send an SMS BULL to 57575.

This unique initiative promotes being Healthy and Wealthy.

“For those individuals following the markets who are also in the rat race, need to also prioritise their Health. And those who are maintaining good health, can benefit by getting guidance on wealth creation. So, this initiative, Zee Business Bull Run, is a perfect combination for both - Health and Wealth making," Anil Singhvi, Managing Editor, Zee Business said.

While fitness is often considered a thing for the youth to focus on, however, in this instance it should make all members of the family get super-excited! Simply put, physical activity and exercise is important for everyone - Father, Mother, Son, Daughter, Grandparents and more. The goal, reason and amount of exercise can differ depending on age, of course. It is a fact that physical activity helps you to stay fit and maintain good health and that is where Zee Business BSE Bull Run comes in.

Health and fitness enthusiasts must know that the event will be a star-studded affair with eminent personalities and celebrities from the government, corporate houses, entertainment and other important walks of life in attendance. Zee Business with its legacy

& expertise in Finance, Markets & Wealth creation partners BSE to bring together leading names from Stock Market, Personal Finance, Government Ministers, Celebrities from Bollywood & Media industry to give the masses a taste of Health and Wealth creation from the experts.

Top leaders and politicians from the Central and State Government of India will grace the event. Also, corporate leader Gautam Hari Singhania, Chairman & Managing Director, Raymond Limited will also be there. Moreover, celebrities like Sunny Singh Nijjar Sonnalli Seygall will also attend Zee Business BSE Bull Run 2020. Additionally, some key attendees will be VK Sharma, HDFC Securities; Vijai Mantri, Co-Founder & Chief Investment Strategist, JRL Money, Deena Mehta, MD, Asit C Mehta Investment Intermediates Ltd, Vikas Khemani, Founder, Carnelian Capital Advisors, Ajay Bagga, Market Expert, Navneet Munot, CIO, SBI MF, Amisha Vora, Jt. MD, Prabhudas Lilladher Group and many others.

So, what are you waiting for? Gear up for a healthy life is just a click away with enrolment happening on  https://www.zeebiz.com/bullrun.

So, with a full-on adrenaline rush, see you at the Zee Business BSE Bull Run 2020!

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