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The book has its own underlying connotations,sometimes giving advice and at other times detailing the qualities of Kishore Biyani who rose from a common baniya to become one of the top en Though the book was not a smooth ride as is the case always with non-fiction stuff, yet it would not bore you too much given the transcripts and real life scenarios expressed in the form of stories by people involved with Pantaloons and other group companies of Future group like Central,Big Bazaar to name a few.
Jul 27, Vinoth Srinivasan rated it it was amazing Shelves: At the same time its also a good management book with anecdotes which shed light on various management related topics. A good book that offers depth in the unorganized retail sector and the ‘kirana’ stores in India.
The way preferred by Kishoreji. Employees are allowed to make mistakes and also to learn from them. It Happened in India.
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And I really liked how the book has regular interviews of his colleagues. Full of optimism and very much Indian! Indix to Book Page. Summary Of The Book Growing up in a joint family, Kishore Biyani happehed expected to eventually follow his father and uncles and join their textile mill business.
There are many books written by foreign authors about retail industry, but what Kishorji said is absolutely right that you need to understand the mentality of people in the area to run your business successfully.
There are different perspective to look at the book. Good book to read when you want to know about retail sector in India. Sep 19, Pallavi Kamat rated it liked it.
High debt, slow sales”. Stumbling Through Life by Ruskin Bond. A fun read about a man who built a business in India from scratch. Biyani began working in the family fabric-trading business, Bansi Silk Mills, but became frustrated with the conservative approach adopted there by his father, brothers and cousins.
The book talks in a colloquial language. Pantaloons Retail had a debt-to-equity ratio of 3: Amazon Prime Music Stream millions of songs, ad-free. Overtly optimistic but good retain insights. happejed
This page was last edited on 8 Octoberat Whenever the customer arrived, a deputy would take up the sale by displaying various products kishors the customer. Maybe these belief help him in keeping himself simple. Please try again later. Jan 24, Anirudh Jain rated it liked it. Tushar Gugnani rated it liked it Feb 22, The business, which supplied a few retail outlet, adopted the brand name of Pantaloon and soon expanded into retail itself using a franchise model.
Aug 14, Sukant Jain rated it liked it Shelves: It is basic human nature that when someone home biiyani is on to something, his own people are the last to recognize him. Dec 20, Undia rated it it was ok. Feb 10, Maniissh Aroraa rated it really liked it. The product was delivered in a prompt way.
It Happened In India: The Story of Pantaloons, Big Bazaar, Central and the Great Indian Consumer
His way of understanding indian customers and his vision. A inria book of an entrepreneur who made his fortunes from rages to riches. Published by Rupa Publications first published February 2nd Suit, boot pahen ke ihdia jayenge par product nahi bikega. Biyani which is a good value add.
Setup and progress of Biyani group. From building shopping malls, developing consumer brands to selling insurance, he is getting into every business where a customer spends her money.
For ex, he was against the idea of making plush interiors and shiny environment inside Big Bazaars as the customers might not enter thinking everything is too expensive. He announced that there were plans for a further restructuring of parts of the business to enable it to become debt-free by March The complex bureaucracy and how will can have its way. One of the good Indian business story book.
Given that it is dated, I’d love to read a sequel on how Future Group grew from –