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Inspiring Quotes by Indian Entrepreneurs

The last few years have seen a surge in the number of Indian entrepreneurs and startup. Zomato, Swiggy, and other brands have become commonplace in our lives. The internet and online media era required a new generation of firms and brands to respond to the needs and needs of this tech-aware and digital audience, and several Indian entrepreneurs have done so.The statements from Indian entrepreneurs and start-up founders provide insight into the concept of today’s new generation enterprises.

 

  1. “Never hire someone to do initial sales, in fact you must acquire your first 100 customers yourself.” – Shashank, Practo
  2. “None can destroy iron, but its own rust can! Likewise, none can destroy a person, but its own mindset can” – Ratan Tata
  3. “Do not figure out big plans at first, but, begin slowly, feel your ground and proceed up and up.” – Swami Vivekananda
  4. “Once you start a working on something, don’t be afraid of failure and don’t abandon it. People who work sincerely are the happiest.” – Chanakya
  5. “Don’t be a jerk! Even if you are brilliant, don’t be a brilliant jerk.”- Girish Mathrubootha, Founder of Freshworks
  6. “There is no secret ingredient. To make something special you just have to believe its special.” – Rahul Yadav, Founder of Housing
  7. “The core of any business is to earn money. You have not done your job well until you find a stranger who is willing to open his/her wallet to give you money for the service/products that you are offering.” – Sachin and Binny Bansal, Flipkart

  8. “Scale is important for a startup. Think big, but take one day at a time.” – Kunal Bahl, Snapdeal 
  1. “If you fully accept the worst that can ever happen in your journey, fear won’t ever be an obstacle in starting-up.” – Kunal Shah, FreeCharge
  2. “It is extremely important to build something that a 100 people absolutely love using rather than make something that a 1000 people would just, kind of, like.” – Ritesh Agarwal, OYO Rooms

  3. “Growth is painful. Change is painful. But, nothing is as painful as staying stuck where you do not belong.” R. Narayana Murthy, Co-founder of Infosys
  4. “It’s a long long road. Sometimes all you need are people who pat your back and say, carry on. Thank you to everyone who encourages.”- Sharaddha Sharma, Founder of Yourstory
  5. “The fundamental model of our business is that in mature markets we should make profits and they shouldn’t need any more outside money to grow.”- Depinder Goyal, Founder of Zomato
  6. “Today I see a billion people as a billion potential consumers, an opportunity to generate value for them and to make a return for myself”- Mukesh Ambani, CEO of Reliance
  7. “Leadership is the self-confidence of working with people smarter than you.”- Azim Premji, Chairman of Wipro
  8. “Building predictability on top of market place economy is how new age businesses will get built. Super excited”- Ritesh Agarwal, Founder of OYO
  9. “If you don’t build your dream, someone else will hire you to help them build theirs.” – Dhirubhai Ambani, founder, Reliance Industries
  10. “The trade market is the place with the least scope for emotions, especially of fear and greed.”- Rachit Chawla, Co-Founder of Finway Capital
  11. “Human capital is the most precious of all forms of capital available”- Ajay Ramasubramaniam, Ryerson Futures Inc.
  12. “Whether ecommerce companies make money or not, these logistics companies make revenue which is guaranteed for them by ecommerce transactions.”- Arvind Singhal, MD of Technopak
  13. “It is important to achieve our goals, but not at any cost.”- Mukesh Ambani, CEO & Chairman of Reliance,
  14. “However big or small, make it a good business, make it a clean business, make it a business you are very proud of.”- Deep Kalra, founder of MakeMyTrip
  1. “I don’t believe in taking right decisions, I take decisions and make them right.” – Ratan Tata, Chairman of Tata Group
  2. “We must distinguish between plan and purpose. Plan is a tool to fulfil the purpose. If you have an inclusive, burning purpose in your heart, a dozen plans will come up. As business leadership becomes more significant, they must move from profit to purpose.” – Sadhguru, Founder of Isha Foundation
  3. “Whether ecommerce companies make money or not, these logistics companies make revenue which is guaranteed for them by ecommerce transactions.” – Arvind Singhal, MD of Technopak
  4. “If you want to improve the organization, you have to improve yourself and the organization gets pulled up with you.” – Indra Nooyi (Chairperson and CEO, PepsiCo)
  5. “We must distinguish between plan and purpose. Plan is a tool to fulfil the purpose. If you have an inclusive, burning purpose in your heart, a dozen plans will come up. As business leadership becomes more significant, they must move from profit to purpose.” – Sadhguru, Founder of Isha Foundation
  6. “Value for many, value for money is our company’s business objective from the start.” – Dr RS Sodhi, Managing Director, GCMMF Ltd (AMUL)
  1. “The best way to go ahead in business is to create a value proposition that is unbeatable, and not to say that someone needs to be able to help me for me to do that.” – Dr Pawan Goenka, Former Managing Director, Mahindra & Mahindra
  2. “When hiring, it’s more about the energy the person leaves behind — more than the skillsets actually. I’ve spent 30 minutes with this guy, at the end of the 30 minutes, am I happy?” – Nithin Kamath, Founder and CEO, Zerodha

 

 

 

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