Smart Busi­ness

India Today - - MAIL -

The new gen­er­a­tion of young, ex­tremely skilled and suc­cess­ful en­trepreneurs de­serves ac­co­lades for dar­ing to break away from the dull and sti­fling con­straints of work­ing in mega cor­po­rate houses to set up their own busi­nesses (“Indie Spirit”, Septem­ber 30). This is all the more praise­wor­thy at a time when the man­u­fac­tur­ing sec­tor is near co­matose and growth is ret­ro­gres­sive in the coun­try. The young en­trepreneurs’ stu­pen­dous suc­cess could be traced to the fact that they have been in­vari­ably dy­namic and en­ter­pris­ing with a keen busi­ness sense. They must have un­doubt­edly car­ried out a thor­ough mar­ket sur­vey to choose the most vi­able busi­ness op­tion for them­selves, and had a hands- on ap­proach to en­sure that their ven­tures are suc­cess­ful.

N. VI­JA­YARAGHA­VAN, via email It is won­der­ful to see young In­di­ans com­ing up with in­no­va­tive ideas to set up their own busi­nesses. Usu­ally those who have a fam­ily busi­ness are the ones who choose to be en­trepreneurs. But it is heart­en­ing to see young­sters from dif­fer­ent back­grounds de­cid­ing to do some­thing on their own— whether it set­ting up eco walks or road­side eat­ing joints.

SHAR­BANI GHOSH, Kolkata

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