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Dear readers

We are delighted to present to you our 17th-anniversary issue, marking yet another year of providing insightful and engaging content to our readers. As we celebrate this milestone, we take a look at some of the most significant developments in the tech industry and the people behind them. In this issue, we feature 17 unicorns from India, highlighting the incredible growth of startups in the country and the innovative solutions they offer. These companies have disrupted traditional business models and created a new wave of entrepreneurship, making India a hub for innovation and growth. We also delve into the social media fiasco, examining the impact of these platforms on society and the challenges they face in ensuring user privacy and security. The recent controversies surrounding these platforms have raised important questions about the role of social media in our lives and the need for greater regulation and accountability.

In addition, we explore the magnitude of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), one of the world’s largest semiconductor foundries, and its impact on the tech industry. Its cutting-edge technology and relentless pursuit of innovation have made it a critical player in the global tech landscape. We also feature some of the top tech leaders, highlighting their contributions to the industry and their vision for the future. These leaders have shaped the tech industry’s direction and continue to inspire new generations of innovators.

Guru Randhawa, one of the most popular and influential Punjabi singers and songwriters, is on our cover. His music has transcended borders and brought people together, making him a cultural icon and a symbol of unity and harmony. Finally, we celebrate the success of 17 founders and CEOs of Indian origin, who have made significant contributions to the tech industry and are leading some of the most successful companies in the world. Their journey inspires all aspiring entrepreneurs, and we are proud to feature them in this issue.

We hope you enjoy reading this issue and join us in celebrating our 17th anniversary.
Yours sincerely,

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Dear readers, a big thanks to you. It has been 17 years of Exhibit, and without
you, we would not be “exhibiting”!

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