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Living with Nature

Jaipur businessman Sunil Mehta joined hands with a rural community and created the Tree House Resort that is built on a 300-acre farmland situated near Jaipur in the Syari Valley, with a royal view of the mighty Aravallis, says Somma Banerjjee

Raising thrifty children

Training your children to deal with money is arguably more important than any inheritance you could leave them, says Priyanka Mashelkar, Author, 15 Sure-Shot Ways to Hit the Jackpot, listing 7 Ways You Can Set Up Your Kids for Financial Success

Broker to Tycoon

Starting as a property broker in 1997, Indore-based Sunil Agrawal went on to build a business in real estate marketing and construction through his firm ‘Sunil Agrawal & Associates’, which is now a Rs 100 crore turnover company, says Shyla F

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Homegrown Burgers

Ankush Arora, a Chandigarh-based electrical engineering graduate, took over a local street food kiosk investing about Rs 2 lakh and went on to build Uncle Jack’s chain of eateries that serve varieties of American street food, says Somma Banerjjee

The Master Builder

Pranav Sharma, 26, has built around 1000 housing units and made 680 people from the EWS and LIG categories proud home owners through his construction firm, which has achieved a cumulative turnover of Rs 126 crore in four years, says Partho Burman

A Cake Walk

From working part-time after school hours in a bakery to support his family, to building a Rs 13.5 crore turnover 40-outlet pancake chain, Mumbai-based Vikesh Shah has come a long way as a self-made entrepreneur, says Sofia Danish Khan

Making the Pitch

Vanan Online Services, a 12-year-old company offering translation, transcription, voice-over, captioning and subtitling services with offices in Chennai and Virginia, US, is offering 20% equity in the company on an investment of $10 Million

The Chemical Reaction

Anil Jain’s entrepreneurial journey began at age 16, when he took up printing orders and worked on a commission basis. Later, he set up a video cassette library and then stepped out to build a Rs 450 crore turnover business, says Usha Prasad

The Spice Route

Rohit Tekriwal was just 24 when he joined his father’s marketing and distribution company, but went on to lift the turnover of their company from Rs 20 crore in 2009 to Rs 236 crore in 2022, says Sofia Danish Khan and finds out how he did it

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