It Happened In India [Kishore Biyani] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Used – Like New. 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 .

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Want to Read saving…. The book lacks continuity and doesn’t make you engage with the narration. Every entrepreneur will surely get something from this book. A must read book, if you want to know about retain bussiness in india. A very motivating life story Certified BuyerKolkata. He made sure that each of his retail stores was designed to emulate happdned traditional local stores in the location.

Enter your mobile number or email address below and we’ll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Secrets to Winning Consumer India. He believes that it was mandatory to make sure that the customer completely understood what a service or product was.

We consider shopping as societal gathering. He decided to use this as a biyni. That way every business book is a PR stunt. His family belonged to the preserver category, while he wanted to be a creator.

A mind like this is not methodical, it is constantly rambling evolving, experimenting and that is what the book tries to instil in us. They don’t fit in to our organisation because they are too proud of the fact that they are an MBA.


A must-read for any entrepreneur who wants to make it big – which is just about anybody these days. Kishore despite his middle class trading family background had the power to dream big and understand the intricacies biyai business.

Biyani began working in the family fabric-trading business, Bansi Silk Mills, but became frustrated with the conservative approach adopted there by his father, brothers and cousins. Good book to read when you want to hppened about retail sector in India.

It Happened in India

The Glass House by Chanchal Sanyal. Many good things can also be picked up from Biyani’s personal story and management style. It Happened In India is the story of Kishore Biyani and the Big Bazaar phenomenon, the story of a businessman who refused to fit into the traditional confines of his family happpened and ended up creating a successful retail chain.

There are different perspective to look at the book.

It Happened in India by Kishore Biyani

It Happened In India shares his dreams, vision and his strategies. Biyani has also had a foray into Bollywoodunderwriting the viyani panned box-office failure Na Tum Jaano Na Hum movie that was released in and also Chura Liya Hai Tumne Awaken the Durga Within: However, Kishore went out of his way to ensure that no stone was left unturned in marketing even though the advertisement budget was so over the top that Pantaloon made a loss. Sep 24, Azamali rated it really liked it Shelves: Considered at first to be an extravagant risk-taker lacking in worthy business connections, and shunned by his peers for all of these reasons, Biyani’s success with Big Happenec had turned him boyani a revered figure in the Indian retail sector and a magnet for media attention.


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Kishorji had tremendous faith in himself as well in people working with him. Safe and Secure Payments.

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Ability to arrange Dandia nights in his locality, launching of WBB fabric brand acted as the steeping stones for Kishore. Growing up in a joint family, Kishore Biyani was expected to eventually follow his father and uncles and join their textile mill business.

I call this the time pass theory.