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Ronald D’Souza Bagged South Asia High Flyers 50 Global Indians Award For His Leksa Lighting

  On the prestigious 2nd edition of South Asia High Flyers 50 Global Indians Award, Mangalorean entrepreneur and executive director of Leksa Lighting, Ronald Silvan D’Souza bagged an award.

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  Ronald received the honour from Pooja Bedi and Anup Jotla in an event organized by High Flyers at Renaissance Mumbai Convention Center Hotel, Mumbai on April 25th. Considering the exemplary innovation, quality of service and a strong commitment to social progress through his business, Leksa Lighting’s Ronald’s name was shortlisted for the award.

    ‘High Flyers 50’ is a unique platform wherein people who deserve to be honoured and recognized are discovered. The organization finalizes 50 people from different walks of life and felicitates them in very distinguished ways. The firm recognizes organizations that show remarkable resilience and those who have shone through the challenges of these times.

  Ronald grew up in a challenging atmosphere as he was born to a middle-class family. He successfully set up his own business which was highly challenging in the industry was only by his self-determination and dedication. Being a specialized person in lighting, he developed his business under the slogans of ‘Atma Nirbhar Bharat’ and ‘Make in India’. His innovation and commitment to the clients attracted the corporate world and gave his firm Leksa Lighting Technologies Pvt Ltd, a wide market across the globe. The lighting installed by Leksa Lighting is a great attraction at the Bharat Ratna Atal Bihari Vajpayee Udyan located at Pune. The firm is the exclusive supplier and installer of major entertainment production houses and media rooms in India and the neighbouring countries.


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