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Nov 18, Vishal rated it it was amazing. Good insights into the retail industry 10 years back mishore this book was written. Goosebumps event of Big Bazaar and progress.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. He studied their mentality and their approach towards buying. A Journey Derailed by Kapil Sibal. Lists with This Book. For ex, ksihore 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.
A Broken Sun by Aditya Iyengar. This book is a reflection of the author in terms of its simplicity.
It Happened In India: The Story of Pantaloons, Big Bazaar, Central and the Great Indian Consumer
Jan 06, Rajaseelan Manavalan rated it really liked it. He also rolled-over debtconverting it into loans that would mature in three to five years’ time, and pulled out of joint venture deals with companies such as Etam. When Kishore visited US he was impressed by the concept of Walmart.
Return to Book Page. A very motivating life story There is also lot of unnecessary ‘globe’ throughout the book where the author doesn’t go into specifics.
Future group had confidence in the consumption power of Indian consumer and thus focused on the common people. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer – no Kindle device required.
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. His unconventional ideals and actions make this book a very interesting read.
Biyani seems much like India’s Sam Walton, not because he built a fortune in retailing but because they had a very similar thinking process. One of the prime reasons why I like this book so much is because its written in a simple and structured manner which makes it fun to read.
Subscribe to Our Newsletter. His justification was that people have an preconceived idea about retail stores like Pantaloon; they might inda that Pantaloon was a posh store with expensive clothing. Turnover in was 47 billion rupees. Certified BuyerKolkata. Similar to Sam Walton’s “Made in America”, which is a better read My Second Innings by Shanti Bhushan. It is not just a story of the Future Group but also how the retail sector evolved in India post economic liberalisation.
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Anyhow, a good, interesting and inspirational read. Learnt a lot about the retail business in India. The Making of McDonald’s. Sales plunged; bankers who until then had queued up at his offices started to call in their loans; mutual funds that had invested in his companies buckled under redemption pressures and decided to get out; sources of foreign capital dried; his market capitalization plunged two-thirds in a matter of six months; and Biyani who had invested way ahead of niyani cash flows from his network found himself trapped.
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Everything from products, store design and even the staff uniform was optimized according to the region, where the store was located. Certified BuyerPonneri. The complex bureaucracy and how will can have its way.
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