Bilan’s special edition of 50 most influential next generation leaders in Switzerland features Aradhana Khowala, Managing Partner of Bridge.Over Group
"Aradhana is a part of select experts that define the future of the luxury hotel industry."
We are delighted to share that Aradhana Khowala, Managing Partner, Bridge.Over Group has been featured in Bilan’s special edition of 50 most influential next generation leaders in Switzerland. As part of 25 years of founding Bilan (the Swiss economic magazine and the last word on Swiss business and economy), the magazine has published a highly selective list of 50 most influential leaders in Switzerland. The names have been compiled from the previous winners over the last 25 years and for the first time ever, those actors who have been identified as being truly instrumental in shaping the Swiss economy have in turn picked the “rising stars” of the future they admire as future talent to look out for.
A highly aspirational and exclusive club any would like to part of, Bilan’s list of most influential personalities (present and future) are carefully vetted for their contribution to their respective fields and widely regarded as the ones you need to meet if you want to include any area, seize opportunities, or simply reach out to an industry expert.
Of her selection, Aradhana says “This is a proud privilege for me to be part of and featured amongst such imminent members of Swiss entrepreneurial and business talent. I am humbled and inspired to do better than I know how.”
Mr. Reto Wittwer, President and CEO of Kempinski Hotels says, “Aradhana is a part of select experts that define the future of the luxury hotel industry”. She is a highly respected voice in the field of hospitality who speaks regularly at conferences internationally.” Aradhana has learnt at elite schools such as Ecole Hôtelière de Lausanne, Cornell University in New York and IHM Mumbai in India. Aradhana is British citizen of Indian origin and splits her time between London and Geneva where she spearheads Bridge.Over. Go grab your copy now on the stands in Switzerland.Back to featured articles