Meet these father-child duos who are rocking their business together.
A father is just like a backbone; without a backbone, a body has no structure, no support. From teaching us how to walk to walking with us in our success and failures, a father plays his role as no one else can.
This father's day, we bring you stories of such father-son duos who walked together and created their own business.
After the partition in 1947, Lala Kedarnath Aggarwal moved to Delhi from Bikaner to acquire a job and began selling customary desserts and savouries in a streetcar in Chandni Chowk. His diligent effort and karma supported him and the business before long took off. In a brief time, he began a little wrap shop as 'Bikaner Namkeen Bhandar' up a similar region, offering namkeens and tidbits.
At the appointed time, the foundation acquired acknowledgement as 'Bikanervala' and got famous for conveying bikaneri bhujia and different food sources of true Indian flavours. In 1965, Lala's child, Shyam Sundar Aggarwal, joined the business to extend Bikanervala across and outside the National Capital Region. He likewise dispatched the bundled food brand-Bikano.
Expanding on the tradition of Bikanervala, third-age business visionary Manish Aggarwal joined the business in 2000. He says Bikano wasn't bringing in exceptionally enormous cash and the turnover was extremely less. In the wake of entering the business, Manish assisted his dad with opening up to more business sectors and obtaining a fares permit.
Bikano presently offers various assortments of namkeens, treats, desserts, papad, syrups, and flour-based food sources like matthi and samosa. It has more than 270 homegrown SKUs and over 320 global SKUs, with frozen food sources shaping the foundation of its fares business. It fares to 45 nations, including the US and the UK.
In the wake of taking ideas from a companion to attempt his hand in the rug business, Nand Kishore, acquired Rs 5,000 from his dad to dispatch Jaipur Rugs in 1978.
Beating the difficulties and battles of the standing framework winning in Rajasthan, confronting a burglary, and bearing the monetary emergency of 2008-09; Jaipur Rugs has progressed significantly. Nand Kishore's child Yogesh joined the business at 19 years old in 2006 and the pair together removed the business to such an extent that today the organization utilizes above 40,000 weavers and craftsmen from 600 towns the nation over.
Jaipur Rugs fares to more than 60 nations, including the US, Japan, the Middle East, Germany, South Africa, Brazil, and so on.
Sequential business visionary Drish Paul was consistently a finance manager, however, it is the one endeavour that he runs with his girl that he is generally attached to. Paul established ModSpace.in, an online furniture organization, in 2015. His girl Pallavi, 33, left on her pioneering venturafterto finishing her degree in Economics and Communication at Tufts University, Boston."It is her scientific reasoning and capacity to use the web so well that I appreciate the most," says Drish.
ModSpace.in is an online furniture organization that weds the present current innovation with assembling aptitude to give the shopper a more intelligent approach to configuration, select and purchase plant finish quality kitchens, closets and home products at value focuses that fit any move.
“I always encouraged my daughter to fail. You never learn unless you fail. I also consciously made sure that she did not feel any pressure. My son also works with me, but it is my daughter who I call my Jaan. When we’re not working, we end up spending a lot of time travelling and watching sport as we are both outdoor persons. It is indeed heartening to see more and more daughters working with their fathers and am sure the trend is here to stay,” says Drish.
Apoorva Chintala isn't just an undergrad understudy at the University of Texas, Austin; she is additionally the CEO and prime supporter of the tech fire up Clocr. Albeit this isn't strange for Indian Americans, what's interesting about her enterprising excursion is that the stage is helped to establish by her sequential business person father, Sree Chintala, who is the Chief Technology Officer. The possibility of Clocr—a cloud-based computerized storage stage—began in the family after the death of her granddad in Hyderabad. "I was in secondary school then, at that point: my dad, who's the oldest kin, discovered next to no data about who my granddad needed everything to go to [after his death]," Apoorva said. "That is the place where the possibility of Clocr was conceived, to assist families with getting sorted out their data in one spot, carefully, and be more ready for home arranging."