In the last decade, startups have captivated India’s business landspace. From humble beginnings, these companies have gone on to dominate their sectors generating billions in revenues. So how much do the people helming these companies make?
Vijay Shekhar Sharma, Paytm
Paytm’s founder and CEO, Vijay Shekhar Sharma’s salary for the year ended March 2023 stood at ₹4.23 crore. His salary included remuneration of ₹4 crore and perquisites of ₹23.1 lakh. As per the company’s annual report, perquisites granted to Sharma included two vehicles and related expenses on actual, utility and other expenses in relation to the company, leased accommodation and club subscription.
Falguni Nayar, Nykaa
Nykaa’s CEO and one of India’s richest women, Falguni Nayar’s salary for the financial year 2023 stood at ₹6.81 crore. This is an around 20% increase from the ₹5.6 crore she took home in FY22. Her salary includes remuneration and reimbursements.
Nishant Pitti, EaseMyTrip
EaseMyTrip’s CEO, Nishant Pitti’s salary for the year ended March 2023, stood at ₹96 lakh. As per the company’s annual report, in addition to this Pitti also received reimbursements worth ₹99.1 lakh.
Sahil Barua, Delhivery
The delivery giant’s co-founder and CEO, Sahil Barua’s salary for the year ended March 2023, stood at ₹3.50 crore. His fixed salary for the year stood at ₹3.18 crore.
Yashish Dahiya, PB Fintech
Policybazaar’s head honcho took home ₹316.93 crore for the year ended March 2023. Yashish Dahiya’s salary for the year consisted solely of ESOPs (employee stock ownership plan) excersiced.
Deepinder Goyal, Zomato
The food tech giant’s CEO Deepinder Goyal made the least out of his contemporaries on this list. His salary for the year ended 2023 was zero. Goyal has voluntarily waived his salary for a period of 36 months starting from April 1, 2021.
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