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Neha Singh rated it it was amazing Aug 27, Whenever the customer arrived, a deputy would take up the sale by displaying various products to the customer. Stumbling Through Life by Ruskin Bond.
The product was delivered in a prompt way. The writing style is a bit strange and different from other biographical books. A fun read about a man who built a business in India from scratch. 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 biyanj 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.
Product details Hardcover Publisher: It Happened In India is the story of Kishore Biyani and the Big Bazaar phenomenon, the story of a businessman who refused to fit into the traditional confines of his family business and ended up creating a successful retail chain.
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Dipayan Baishya is a business writer, and has been associated with the Economic Times and Business Today. He classifies entrepreneurs into three classes, creators, preservers and destroyers. His business career began when he borrowed a pair of stone-wash jeans famous those days and decided to advertise it to shop keepers. Leasing real estate for a new store or Researching a new Business model, Kishore seems to be personally involved in kishoge whole process.
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Jun 06, NakulJain rated it really liked it. Incidentally, Kishore Biyani s objective is to capture every rupee in the wallet of every Indian consumer, wherever they are – an investment banker living in a south Mumbai locality or a farmer in Sangli. He has said that “I spent the better part of happrned day outside college with friends, wandering around new places and understanding and interpreting the real world.
The book has the main story written by Kishore and has interviews of various people associated directly with him. Jatin Soni rated it it was amazing Oct 30, Trivia About It Happened in India.
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Also, Big Bazaar expanded rapidly to establish branches all across the country. He believed in the habit of learning and un-learning and made others believed in it too. As large business houses enter the retail space, Kishore Biyani is not just concentrating on retail but aiming to capture the entire Indian consumption space.
It Happened in India by Kishore Biyani.
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No hierarchy has been setup. Everything from products, store design and even the staff uniform was optimized according to the region, where the store was located. Years later, with the launch of Pantaloons, Big Bazaar, Food Bazaar, Central and many more retail formats, he redefined the retailing business in India. His justification was that people have an preconceived idea about retail stores like Pantaloon; they might believe that Pantaloon was a posh store with expensive clothing.
indua Arun rated it it was amazing Aug 24, He wanted to create a readymade apparel brand. It Happened In India shares his dreams, vision and his strategies. Jul 17, Shivang Nagaria rated it liked it Shelves: Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Published by Rupa Publications first published February 2nd Aug 07, Vinesh rated it it was ok. His method of communication with both the media and financiers had been perceived as poor, as were his staff recruitment choices.