Sri Lakshmi Comforts
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I was totally into this discussion as this is the topic for my master thesis. I tried to take it all in to incorporate all what I was learning to add value to my project.
The meeting finished talking about Kingfisher airlines. They are no longer operating as they were not able to identify the forces driving change and adapt to the environment. Therefore, if you don't adapt, you die!
... 2 or more times before ever even discussing business. Knowing social class and about the family of the person that you are meeting with is very important. However, in India it is different. I found that many of these companies have several preferred suppliers. Multiple suppliers is not uncommon, but in other regions a company would have a few suppliers and focus on strengthening those relationships to get the best deal or benefits. In the ...
... with Satish who has launched his venture from a simple Babson idea to a global venture called Glopore IMS or Nandu who quit his job at Goldman Sachs to make a difference in India and start a website to educate people on simple health questions. Then there was Vybhav as well who on top of running a huge infrastructure company that takes on many government projects also decided to launch his ...
... to come to the 6am prayer. But after that I was always invited to sit at the sisters table, unlike any other guest, and they would give me a little bit of meat with each meal and give me extra fruit and stuff. Surprisingly as well, they had a wicked sense of humour, and believe it or not they would make me laugh quite often, they were very funny. The eldest sister must be close to knocking of heaven’s door soon- she is very old. She has a few wires lose inside ...
... dogs seem perturbed. The display ended, I stride past Russell Market, the squat, colonial-era building that is still open for the occasion, a wonderful and inviting glow of activity and fluorescents. Across the street and at the top of the U shaped square was St. Mary’s, the basilica coloured red and blue and white by powerful spotlights. A coloured icing sugar masterpiece, wonderful to see.
The streets were a-buzz as if it were a Saturday afternoon, ...