To Keep Learning Is The Way To Survive, Thinks Nandesh Gupta
Listening to Nandesh Gupta one can easily decipher a mantra that he swears by: To always be on the learning curve. Be it starting a business, or managing one with decades of experience under one’s belt, to learn and constantly evolve with time is the only constant, Gupta believes.
With Ethics Intact, Rohit Ahuja Has Revamped His Family Business
“In today’s day and age, every other entrepreneur wants to launch an app, or go viral somehow. But my advice to those entering the industry is that they must search for problems in their surroundings, and find solutions for them. The moment they come up with a solution, they’ll start being an entrepreneur.”
Puneet Goyal Wants To Share His Experience With Budding Entrepreneurs
It took a little bit of convincing to finally get out of Puneet Goyal the whole story behind the formation of his own company. With utter modesty, Goyal recalls how he, along with his brother Nitin Goyal, started a garments company right from scratch in 2017, which has already scaled considerable growth.
How The Pandemic Helped Piyush Goyal’s Business
While businesses across the world have seen new lows, Piyush Goyal’s perhaps the only person whose firm actually performed better in 2020 than it did the year before that. “Covid hit us hard as well. But because of that we’ve innovated. We’ve digitalized the whole ordering process. Earlier retailers used to visit the factory and decide what to order, but now that’s done digitally.
Nikhil Dhand Wants To Bring In Social Change With His Business
When business ceases to be confined to just sales, bottom line, profit and loss, people start investing themselves into it, and perhaps that is the greatest investment any business can achieve. Nikhil Dhand is one entrepreneur who has invested every fiber of his being into running his business, not just for achieving his entrepreneurial goals – which are defined numerically – but also to do a lot more than that.
Innovation, And Not Profits, Drives Neeraj Kumar Dhir To Succeed
Neeraj Kumar Dhir started out as a garment trader, and at a later point of time turned into a manufacturer. But with that change, he also turned into a visionary, who has influenced the garment industry in a significant way. “I’ve visited South Korea and China several times since 2011, and I always come back with more ideas.”
Foe to Friends: Jasjot Virk’s Mission To Change the Face of Moneylenders In India
Life has a way of ‘amusing us, blessing us and bruising us’, and for Jasjot Virk, life pulled him in a different direction than he had planned for, only blessing him in the process. A trained neuro-psychologist, Virk had never planned to step into the shoes of an entrepreneur.
No Degree, Harwinder Singh Learnt Business On-The-Job
The fact that all of Harwinder Singh Dhiman’s notebooks in school were speckled with oil stains and grease from his father’s workshop would tell one a lot about his education and steep growth in entrepreneurship. Dhiman is a son of the soil. In his casual manner, he proclaims that the world is his oyster, but by the way he tells this, we know that it’s also his classroom.
When Experience Betrays Age: Deepjyot Singh Sethi Has Matured Tremendously With His Business
Perhaps the greatest lesson one can learn is to remain a student of life; to keep learning at every stage, no matter what. This insatiable appetite for learning is palpable in Deepjyot Singh Sethi’s approach to his work, as well as his life in general. Sethi recalls how his ambition has altered its course over the years, but the drive for learning has not. “I wanted to become a doctor, earlier.
Shruti Panjabi is Serving Nostalgia Dipped in Chocolate
Someone who has studied all their life in India knows how “learning” is still a remote concept in many of the schools within the country. Preeti Rani is one of the people who figured this out not while attending school, but while spending time in one.