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Even though India is the worlds most challenging place to do business, those who are hungry for success can win!
Praise for the Book
A fascinating and deeply insightful understanding of what makes India 'different'. The authors have compiled a must-read for anyone doing business in India, especially foreign investors. - R. C. Bhargava, Chairman, Maruti Suzuki Ltd
A brilliant work that captures valuable insights about Indians and their way of working and what it takes to win in India. - G. V. Sanjay Reddy, Vice-Chairman, GVK Power and Infrastructure Ltd
Winning in India features the success secrets of five extraordinary individuals who are among the most successful business leaders of India. Real estate pioneer K. P. Singh dreamt of turning Gurgaon into Indias first millennium city, to cater to the nations aspirations for growth. Gurgaon is a resounding proof of how his company, DLF Limited, got things done without government infrastructure. Hari S. Bhartia encountered strong entry barriers when his company, Jubilant Life Sciences Ltd, ventured into the highly-competitive pharmaceutical sector, but his single-minded focus on producing low-cost drugs proved to be a winner. A first-generation entrepreneur, Sunil Bharti Mittal has truly leveraged the volumes that the Indian market offers, especially in telecom (Bharti Airtel) and retail (Bharti Retail). Padma Bhushan awardee Analjit Singh is the man behind the success of Max India Limited. He has not only transformed the health-care sector in India, but also played a significant role in making India a destination for medical tourism. Her Groups Sunil Kant Munjal rode past obstacles and turned them into opportunities by exploiting Indias market potential.
In Winning in India, the authors Samarjit Singh and Amit Burman, who themselves run very large companies, have distilled the business learning's of five titans of industry across ten themes and combined them with their own experiences to create a racy read. Written in a simple and actionable format, this is a compelling manifesto for success in the Indian market.