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Brand Equity

Atul Garg discontinued his studies and plunged into the family stationery business after writing his first year M Com exams. He created a brand and starting from the basement of his home built a Rs 100 crore turnover company, says Sofia Danish Khan

All fired up

Starting with Rs 1.30 lakh at the age of 22, Kolkata-based Namit Bajoria failed in his first attempt. But the youngster bounced back with the Rs 30,000 he had with him and built a Rs 300 crore home and kitchen appliances brand, says Partho Burman

Power Play

Hailing from a family that owned a textile shop and working in it since the age of 17, Ashok Rajpal went on to launch Ambrane, a power bank brand, with just Rs 10 lakh, buying the pieces in China and selling it in India, says Sofia Danish Khan

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Skilling up

Shivam Ahuja started Skill Circle, a digital skill development company with Rs 10,000. His company’s turnover has crossed Rs 20 crore in the current financial year, a five-fold increase from last year’s Rs 4 crore turnover, says Sofia Danish Khan

The Bailout Fund

When you are already living paycheck-to-paycheck, how can you create a fund for some emergency in the future? Priyanka Mashelkar, Author, 15 Sure-Shot Ways to Hit the Jackpot, suggests 7 Simple Steps to Create an Emergency Fund and Live Smart

Ever Ready

Hailing from a humble agricultural family, DRE Reddy studied in a village government school in Tamil medium until Class 10 and went on to build a Rs 220 crore turnover industrial catering business based out of Chennai, says Sofia Danish Khan

A frontline warrior

Whether it is the Covid pandemic or the cataclysmic tsunami that hit Tamil Nadu in 2004 or the Kumbakonam fire accident, Dr J Radhakrishnan has been in the thick of action, says Usha Prasad, narrating the inspiring journey of an IAS officer

Art of Business

Niraj Johri and his brother Pankaj Johri invested a few thousand rupees to buy some samples of ceramic knobs from Khurja, a town in Uttar Pradesh, and built a Rs 100 crore turnover home décor brand adding new products, says Sofia Danish Khan

All charged up

Vamsi Gaddam joined the family owned Visaka Industries as a 22-year-old. Ten years later, he has taken the company to new heights, launching eco-friendly innovative products and taking its annual turnover to Rs 1,143 crore, says Tamanna S Mehdi

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