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.
Beaten, But Not Broken: Swetha Sandesh’s Quest To Have Her Own Lab
Dr. Swetha Sandesh has a straightforward message for all those aspiring to become entrepreneurs: Enter the field only if you have the passion to do something, and not just to mint money. “It’s a very tough field, and sometimes you face a lot of resistance, even from family members. You think you’ll be your own boss and that’s it, but you end up doing everything.”
Dr. Shuba Dharmana Hasn’t Forgotten Her Role As A Doctor
Dr. Shubha Dharmana’s entrepreneurial journey in India began partly because of her passion and partly because of her naivety. “I was visiting India for a holiday and I was offered a great opportunity to be one of the directors of a chain of clinics in India. I left my established practice in the United Kingdom and decided to move here. I was naive at that time. I found out that the offer did not stand anymore.”
Grit, Ambition and Compassion; What Makes Bharathi A Successful Entrepreneur
Bharathi Kamath is a woman who wears many hats and embodies the phrase, “Why not?” in all that she takes up. More than an entrepreneur, Bharathi is an insatiably curious, fiercely independent, and doggedly gritty entrepreneur. She’s an unapologetically ambitious woman who has carved out a niche for herself in the entrepreneurial realm.
Anushka’s Story Of Becoming A One-Stop Snack Tour De Force
“If you have an innovative idea, drive it hard with compassion and commitment. Results will definitely follow.” Perhaps that’s exactly what Anushka Jaisinghani had told herself when she quit her Corporate HR role and began her journey as an Entrepreneur in 2010.
Carving Out A Niche In The Family Business, Aditya Vikram Gupta Is A Master Innovator
With the Growtherator programme, Aditya has grown his vision as an entrepreneur and people’s manager. Before he enrolled in the programme, his employees had a job with the very low scope of growth. “I’m not really good at the management end.
From HR To Gourmand – The Story Of Aarti Laxman Rastogi, A Self-Made Entrepreneur
When she turned into an HR professional some 20 or so years ago, Aarti had made two prophecies: One, that she didn’t want to be an HR professional all her life, and two, whatever else she was to do would definitely involve food.