It Happened In India has ratings and 90 reviews. Born in a middle class trading family, Kishore Biyani started his career selling stonewash fabric. It Happened in India has ratings and 20 reviews. Born in a middle class trading family, Kishore Biyani started his career selling stonewash fabric to small . It Happened In India [Kishore Biyani] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Used – Like New.
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Published by Rupa Happeneed first published February 2nd A very motivational book A nice business book but to much praises of Kishore Biyani. Good work published for promotion. As KB had mentioned that he’s worked a lot on brand building, at times the books tilts a bit on that side and seems as a marketing channel for the business.
The WM was kind while talking to me. A must read book, if you want to know about retain bussiness in india.
It Happened In India: The Story of Pantaloons, Big Bazaar, Central and the Great Indian Consumer
Kishore Biyani is a successful Indian entrepreneur. Jul 31, Madhavan rated it it was amazing. Certified BuyerMumbai.
The man, Kishore Biyani truly deserves a salute for the hardwork and grit that he has shown all these years Kishore Biyani is really the retail king of India. From building shopping malls, developing consumer brands to selling insurance, he is getting into every business biyami a customer spends her money.
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. Similar to Sam Walton’s “Made in America”, incia is a better read Aug 03, Sanjay Gautam rated it did not like it. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Especially it is useful for the one who is interested to pursue MBA or planning to start a new business.
Decisions are taken very quickly by conscience. The chapter on design thinking was a refreshing idea for me and it was good to know that Future group is implementing lot of it. Whenever the customer arrived, a deputy would take up the sale by displaying various products to the customer.
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Dec 09, Manish Khurana rated it really liked it. All the while the shop owner would be keeping an eye on all the customers, popping in, in case the deputy is not able to close a sale.
He wanted to try something different. The retail chain Biyani set up, Big Bazaar, is not. Happenfd much space is wasted in the book praising the author again and again.
The seller was booksnyou. Summary Of The Book Growing up in a joint family, Kishore Biyani was expected to eventually follow his father and uncles and join their textile mill business. Oct 26, Vinay Venugopal rated it liked it. A good book that offers depth in the unorganized retail sector and the ‘kirana’ stores 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.
Years later, with the launch of Pantaloons, Big Bazaar, Food Bazaar, Central and many more retail formats, he redefined the retailing business in India.
Thus, it would’ve been interesting to know his thoughts on how he felt while parting ways with a company that has played a phenomenal role in his success. In all, the book has come from one of those people who ih from being a common man to re-define the way people shop. Dec 31, Prachiti Talathi Gandhi rated it really liked it.
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It Happened in India by Kishore Biyani
happenfd Jun 06, NakulJain rated it really liked it. Quotes from It Happened in India. A very motivating life story Kishore Biyani with first hand narratives from his family, friends and colleagues which is amazing. Rebound by Sanil Sachar. The book also sheds light on style and philosophy of KB; in fact the book reveals journey toward formation of his business empire: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. It’s an attempt to convey the reader that how KB’s grounded and unconventional approach made him really the father of modern retailing in India.
One of the prime reasons why I like this kisbore so much is because its written in a simple and structured manner which makes it fun to read.