Current Affairs January 2023: Read below the most important current affairs for 23 January 2023. Current affairs for all competitive exams, see here.
Mukesh Ambani took second place on a list of top CEOs that was dominated by CEOs of Indian descent. Leena Nair, the CEO of upscale clothing company Chanel, holds the title of highest-ranking female CEO. Satya Nadella, Sundar Pichai, Punit Renjen, Shantanu Narayen, N Chandrasekaran, and Piyush Gupta are among the top ten on Brand Finance's list of the "Top 100 Brand Guardians 2023."
According to sources, the central government will host the nation's first global tourism investors summit in Delhi from April 10 to 12 under India's G20 Presidency. They stated that participation will be open to all G20 members. On December 1, India took over as leader of the significant group, setting the tone for this year's ministry calendar. The G20 will be the emphasis of the tourism ministry in 2023, they added, from exhibiting Incredible India to visiting delegates to positioning the nation as a major vacation destination during its year-long leadership.
An ethnic minority-focused marketing agency founded by a British-Indian entrepreneur was awarded the Freedom of the City of London honour for its services to the UK capital's financial district. Manish Tiwari, the founder of Here and Now 365, was recently given a copy of the Freedom, a parchment document inscribed by a calligrapher, along with a copy of the "Rules for the Conduct of Life," which date from the middle of the eighteenth century. He also read the "Declaration of a Freeman" and signed the Freeman's Declaration Book.