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If I were the CEO of ‘Britannica Encyclopedia’ and had walked into a Music Shop selling CDs (in the mid 80s), I would have spotted my assassin right there – staring at me from the racks………..
……..If I had listened to all these rumors, I would have had a nervous breakdown. Nothing of the above happened and I plodded on as usual, and built a successful business………..
………In India, Zapak.com is an ADAG funded Company, and has spent crores of Rupees in India advertising the category of ‘online gaming’. Their Sales army has gone across and met all the brand owners and media agencies and sold the concept of ‘in-game’ inventory. At Games2win.com, we cannot thank them enough!….
…….Nothing can be better that a competitor who actually helps you by competing with you. He is your Priest…… Continue reading
In the early 90s, a lovely girl called Somya from a prominent business house was engaged to marry Mahesh (a scion and inheritor of one of India’s biggest business families). Theirs was to be the marriage of the decade. Somya’s father – Gulshan was the head of the family and managed the joint family business that included his brothers. One of the Gulshan’s younger brothers Sushant was not on good terms with Gulshan and was constantly litigating with him to separate the family assets and split the family fortune. Theirs was a raging bitter battle that had carried on for years………
………….I still remember a pre-board meeting in which one of my investors asked my CEO to change the business direction fundamentally and present it to the board. He refused. The investor indicated that he would fire the CEO and that he had the support of the other investors if he didn’t do as instructed. My CEO asked him to ‘Jump’. In the board meeting the next month, we went through the usual rigors and my CEO and I were dreading the dismissal motion to come up any moment. It never did. The investors stayed on the ledge and climbed back in.