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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Transformative Ideas for India by Amitabh Kant. The liberty ineia given to all the people in the hierarchy. He would say, ‘I don’t want the fancy MBA-types. A must read who wants to understand indian buying behaviour. It Happened In India shares his dreams, vision and his strategies.
Sep 25, Darshana Unnikrishnan rated it liked it Shelves: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
Years later, with the launch of Biyanni, Big Bazaar, Food Bazaar, Central and many more retail formats, he redefined the retailing business in India. Aug 07, Vinesh rated it it was ok.
His family owns a textile mill.
It Happened in India by Kishore Biyani
Learnt a lot about the retail business in India. Insightful into the Kishore Biyanis way of doing business. In a Cult of Their Own: I am not boyani if I did like this book.
It is not just a story of the Future Group but also how the retail sector evolved in India post economic liberalisation.
It Happened in India
Neha Singh rated it it was amazing Aug 27, Kishor Biyani correctly guessed the need of Indian consumers. Similar to Sam Walton’s “Made in America”, which is a better read Also, some elements of the book looks as PR to future group! The only complaint I have to the author is that maybe this book was written too soon. Ir group had confidence in the consumption power of Indian consumer and thus focused on the common happeed. He studied their mentality and their approach towards buying.
Born in a middle class trading family, Kishore Biyani started his career selling stonewash fabric to small shops in Mumbai.
First and foremost, he understood the people before trying to sell the goods to them. 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. For ex, he 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.
In fact I can’t think of a successful retailer in the world for whom supply chain was most important.
I call this the time pass theory. He also believed that the model of Walmart Stores would need to be altered to make it Indian Consumer friendly. Jan 24, Anirudh Jain rated it liked it.
Employees are allowed to make mistakes and also to learn from them. He built an order book and delivered it to them.
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He says rather than to react to the changes in fashion and making changes in their retail plans after that, they ought to make the change which would drive the changes in modern fashion. Story of Kishore Biyani, Pantaloons and the Indian consumer.