What influenced the demonetization of the Indian currency in 2016? Why did Coca-Cola leave India and how can a person overcome adversity to become one of the world's greatest PR and travel giants? Anthony BM Good reflects on doing business in India across the decades, and his great affection and respect for JRD Tata.
Actress Swara Bhasker gives a refreshingly honest interview on the role of commercial and Indie film in India, as a medium for social change. Swara speaks her truth on mental health in India, women and accepting the challenging and non-conforming gender film roles, in order to prove her skills in the competitive world of entertainment.
Vibrant Takila Wood speaks on her modern 18th century Grand Tour enlightenment following her first Indian feature film. At 17 years of age, Takila leaves her mother and family home in South Australia, only to revel as she moves closer to her life wish. Takila highlights the importance of maternal wisdom, culture, and the business of film tourism when finding the right (auspicious) time to launch the film.
Ashish Meghani, MD, Wrap Tech Machines, India, gives his first-hand no-nonsense advice to those wanting to enter the India market in this digitally savvy environment midst the backdrop of global multi-nationals. You can pick your friends but you can't pick your family - in family businesses, there is a new vitality.
Sean is our first case study in our business, culture and strategy podcasts. Using his leadership, experience and skills with the Darren Lehman Cricket Academy, Sean is passionate to bridge the gap amongst under-privileged teenagers in Australia and India through sport, in order to build confidence, team work and a healthy lifestyle. He has a small, yet growing knowledge of the cultural headset of doing business in India. Synonymous to India, is applying astrology to business and life...
From a very young age, Jagjit had a love for the Himalaya Mountains. Fighting not only his father’s expectations to achieve a career in the National Defence Academy of India, but also the contradictory demands of daily life, Jagjit immersed himself in the philosophical, spiritual and divination writings to become one of the world’s well known Astrologers and a preacher in the art of nothingness.
Ajay is vibrant, inspirational, dynamical yet humble. Using reverse engineering, Ajay’s third generation, family business produces India’s defence spares, armaments and sophisticated equipment. Refusing to go under the knife and have heart surgery following a sudden attack in his early 40’s, Ajay, ironically, opted for Dr Ornish’s reversal of heart disease program (under the guidance of Dr Bimal Chajjer), a complete change of diet and a more holistic approach towards life. PS. This was my...