Devita Saraf is the Chairman and CEO of The Vu Group, A New Age Technology conglomerate. Vu Televisions, a Rs.1000 Cr ($130 Million) revenue brand is the leader in premium televisions in India and her new venture, Meeting by Vu, is redefining workstyle. Devita studied management at Harvard Business School and is one of Fortune's Top 50 Most Powerful Women in India. She is a member of MENSA (The High IQ society) and has been called ‘India’s ‘Model’ CEO’ by Forbes magazine.



Harvard Business School - Owner-President Management Program

University of Southern California, Los Angeles - B.S (Business)

University of California, Berkeley - Management of Technology

Queen Mary School


Fortune - Top 50 Most Powerful Women in India

India Today - 8 most powerful changemakers in the business world

Economic Times -  India's wealthiest startup entrepreneurs

GQ - 50 Most Influential Indians


Wharton-India Economic Forum – Philadelphia, USA

TiE California – Los Angeles, USA

Istanbul Talks: Entrepreneurship Summit – Istanbul, Turkey

Fortune Next 500 Summit - Mumbai, India


Most Powerful Women in India – Prem Ahluwalia

The Power List - Bazaar at Work

Daughters of Legacy - Rinku Paul

Business Czarinas – S.N.Chary


The Brand Ambassador


The founder, chairperson and CEO of Vu Televisions talks to Mint about being the boss and the stylish face of her own business, and the much talked about Donald Trump ad.

Beauty, Brains & Bravado


Her sass and style quotient may camouflage her IQ, but she enjoys being that boardroom ‘bomb’ that everyone assumes is dumb, till she has the last word!

TV’s Rising Star


With smart TVs in larger screen sizes, Saraf’s Vu Technologies is competing with Sony, Samsung, and LG to prove that an Indian brand is no less.