Top 10 Cities of India With Highest Number of Global 500 Companies

Fortune India 500 Companies are rank on the basis of revenue and total income for the financial year. Here is the list of top 10 companies of India by revenue of Fortune India 500, Includes financial services, IT sector, gold retailer, oil and gas corporation and service providers.

Mumbai – 177 (Maharashtra)

Mumbai is the wealthiest city in India with highest number of millionaires and billionaires, also one of the top ten centres of commerce in the world. The city houses financial and nuclear institutes, multinational corporations, corporate industry, IT parks and Bollywood.

Delhi-NCR – 111

National Capital Region is the second-most productive metro area of India, home to key industries of banking, media, IT and tourism. Delhi-NCR has largest and fastest growing retail industries, consumer goods companies and also an important market for services community.

Kolkata – 38 (West Bengal)

Kolkata or Calcutta is located on the bank of river Hooghly and a major educational centre in East and North-East India, also third-most populous metropolitan area of the country. The City of Joy is home to largest number of colonial period buildings, heritage structures and Bengali cinema industry.

Chennai – 34 (Tamil Nadu)

Chennai or Madras is is the capital of Tamil Nadu state and listed as most-visited Indian city by foreign tourists for different types of tourism. The city attracts health tourists visiting India, home to Tamil film industry and featured as Top 10 food cities by National Geographic.

Bangalore – 25 (Karnataka)

Bangalore or Bengaluru is one of the top five most productive metro area of India and home to large fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) market. The Silicon Valley of India also home to home millionaires, global development centres and largest number of information technology companies.

Pune – 25 (Maharashtra)

Pune is the second largest city of Maharashtra state and number one city in India in terms of ease and cost of living ranking. The city not only known as Oxford of the East for educational institutions but also one of the biggest hub of information technology and global companies.

Ahmedabad – 19 (Gujarat)

The heritage city of Ahmedabad is third fastest-growing in the world and fastest-growing city in India, Also known as the Manchester of the East. Ahmedabad is home to textile and garments industry, automobile industry, pharmaceutical companies and gemstones jewellery in India.

Hyderabad – 17 (Telangana)

Hyderabad city of Telangana state is home to 17 global 500 companies and largest contributor of GDP in terms of tax, revenue and employers. The city is also the first choice for the manufacturing and research facilities of many national and global companies.

Thiruvananthapuram – 13 (Kerala)

Thiruvananthapuram or Trivandrum city of Kerala is the capital of the state and also the most populous city. The evergreen city of Kerala is the largest contributor of Information Technology, aerospace, tourism and plantations.

Coimbatore – 8 (Tamil Nadu)

Coimbatore is the second largest city in the state of Tamil Nadu after Chennai and also one of the major exporter city of poultry, auto parts, Wet Grinder,jewellery and GI tagged Kovai Cora Cotton. The city also listed among the fastest growing tier-II cities in India and a major producer of automotive, software, jewellery and home to 8 global 500 companies.

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