A thought that two students got while working on their college handout, a team of a two that started from a shed and an ingenious idea of telling stories, turned into probably the best new businesses in the country. We discover their stories and found out what made them as one of the most successful entrepreneurs in India.
Sachin Bansal and Binny Bansal
Story- In 2007, when Sachin Bansal and Binny Bansal started Flipkart from Shed, the two import book by themselves to customers. A couple of year down, they became one of the most successful entrepreneurs.
Secret- Same thinking recapitulation, different skills. While Sachin specialisation was in marketing, content, website, SEO, design included with the to think ahead of time, Binny took up the supply side as it matched his basic patency and looked after the technology and the backend system.
Story- After a gracious startup, dedicating the initial 3 to 4 years starting up, a stage of rampant elaboration, the startup reached a platform where it is working on building sustainability.
Secret- Chastity of thought on what you want to obtain helps. If there is no clarity and focus, there’s clutter within too.
Vijay Shekhar Sharma
Story- Hailing from a small village near Aligarh that has moderate internet and mobile network valency, Paytm CEO believe in thinking big factor in the success of his startup and him being one of the most successful entrepreneur.
Secret- “If you don’t normally work to collect history and change the fortunes of your country, your local region or your business world, you are really burning through your time. Try not to do anything small and that’s what matters most,” he says.
– OYO Rooms
Story- After a couple of failed startup models, Ritesh realized that on of the primus problems to be solved was the difficulty in finding a good and affordable hotel stay for travelers. That’s when his startup Oravel was relaunched rechristened to OYO rooms in 2013.
Secret- Learning from mistakes, turning learning to growth and add to it, a strong team of support.
Story- The need to tell the stories of Entrepreneurs is what got Shradha to launch YourStory. The startup is based on Simple idea of the telling stories of entrepreneurs. Funded by a number of investors, the first dicker of the startup was for laying out the basis and the next years are the startup to takeoff profitability and expansion.
Secret- The ability to change a simple Idea into a compelling startup model, the ability to enumerate the market evolution, and to be capital efficient.
Nandan Reddy, Sriharsha Majety and Rahul Jaimini
Story- The startup, founded by Nandan Reddy, Sriharsha Majety and Rahul Jaimini, entered the food delivery market quit late, in 2014. But became one of the most fastest startup to become unicorn.
Secret- One of the most important part of any Startup’s success: customer experience. The startup has given extra care to customer experience, add to it it’s focus on sublime logistics operations, which has made this trinity one of the most successful entrepreneur.
Story – startup was founded at a time when the internet and mobile were still being used while Honor was still in his third year of college. This thinking was born out of one of the country’s toughest problems: health.
Secret- Persistant and continual investment in capital and talent to modernize the company’s products and service.
Story- Originally called Foodiebay, the startup was began in 2008 and rename Zomato in 2010. this plan comes from a straight forward plan to make eatery menus and data of realistic without any issue
Secret- Intellectual honesty
Scholarly trustworthiness is the main thing when difficult situations arise.
You are not blaming situations, things or persons, you are looking in wards on what needs to be solved and what do you need to do differently or better.
Story- The startup that has its starting in a thesis project at NID start as a crowds funded business gives information and spreads consciousness about healthy sanitary habits for girls during the Menstruation cycle.
Secret- Her belief that change is possible.
More emphasis on customers and less on things. Thing should change and acclimate to the customer needs”.