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For the love of food
15 Sep
2011
  • Posted by Mahathi R. Arjun
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A food lover, Ashish Kapur of Yo! China talks about building one of the largest chains of Chinese quick service restaurants (QSR) in India and why the customer is always king

An Animated Life
15 Jul
2011
  • Posted by Mahathi R. Arjun
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From Amar Chitra Katha to Karadi Tales, ACK Media chief-executive Samir Patil’s love for technology makes sure his company is at the forefront in driving quality children’s content for new and emerging media

Doing her own thing
15 Jun
2011
  • Posted by Divya M. Chandramouli
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Ishita Swarup challenged gender streotypes to become an entrepreneur at the age of 27. As CEO of her second venture, 99labels, she is required to macro and micro manage, a task she considers the hallmark of a good startup entrepreneur

The Winning Ways: Notes from the Bhogles on what winners are made of
15 Jun
2011
  • Posted by Varun Prasad
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Through their book, the Bhogles lay down the premise that the formula for winning is the same in any context

The Frequent Flyer
15 Apr
2011
  • Posted by S. Prem Kumar
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Deccan 360’s founder, Captain G.R. Gopinath, is a structured problem solver at work. But, the practical purveyor of India’s skies is all entrepreneur at heart. His current yearning is to revolutionise the country’s logistics sector. And his secret weapons are the learnings from the Air Deccan experience and ability to execute at breakneck pace

Brand for People not Poverty!
15 Apr
2011
  • Posted by Dr. Tara Thiagarajan
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Marketers segment away the urban population by lifestyle, preferences, and a host of psychographic and social characteristics but rural folk are simply defined by their poverty. No wonder for every success story in rural India there have been many failed business ventures

Under the Big Tree
15 Apr
2011
  • Posted by Divya M. Chandramouli
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BigTree Entertainment’s Ashish Hemrajani takes pride in the fact that everybody in his team loves a Monday morning. This young founder-chief executive takes a casual approach to people management while never losing sight of both individual and collective responsibilities, a trait that has seen him and the organisation emerge successfully from two downturns

The People Man
15 Mar
2011
  • Posted by S. Prem Kumar
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Infosys’ Mohandas Pai is a man on a mission. His biggest challenge today: meeting the aspirations of 1,30,000 Infoscions

Method in Madness
15 Mar
2011
  • Posted by S Meera
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Shaadi.com’s Anupam Mittal is an eternal optimist with a management style that is as methodical as it is casual. Here’s a look at a typical day in his life

Sanjeev Bikhchandani’s search for a Naukri
15 Feb
2011
  • Posted by S. Prem Kumar
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Info Edge’s executive vice-chairman, Sanjeev Bikhchandani, launched his first Internet portal, Naukri.com, in 1997 when India had only 14,000 Internet users. Today, he is churning out strategies to make Info Edge the most dominant Internet company in the country.

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