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Upper Crust SANKEY PRASAD


From a civil engineer to an entrepreneur and a success- ful one at that calls for vision, determination, planning and execution, besides, of course, luck. Sankey Prasad has all these traits and more. He is a God-fearing man and a strong believer in ‘giving back to so- ciety’.


As Chairman and Managing Director of Synergy Property Development Services, San- key Prasad has his hands full, but the hunger in him keeps him going from strength to strength. He stands tall among the entrepreneurs in the realm


of real estate.... and reflecting this statement he is leading the construction of one of the tallest buildings in the country – the 40-storey World Trade Tower in Noida.


Here is a peek into the Sankey Prasad you may not know....


What are the best and the worst things about being Sankey Prasad? Giving back to society and Short temper


Global leader / entrepreneur you admire most.


Bill Gates


Favourite luxury brand. Rolex


Favourite Golf Palyer. Rory Mcilroy


Favourite Sport and player you admire? Football and Steven Gerard


Favourite Music Band / Musician. Gospel Musicto home


46 GIREM 101


Favourite holiday destination. Switzerland


Favourite cuisine. Chicken Steak, well done


Which city best reflects ‘Urban India’ New Delhi


What’s the first thing that comes to your mind when I say, ‘India in 2020’? Most robust economy in the global scenario


Most challenging project that you ever han- dled in your professional life. Creating, building and taking Synergy to greater heights.


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