Without a crisis, big bang reform is unlikely in India and policy change involves a lot of back room influencing are some lessons learnt from the past quarter of a century
Every large business house wanted him as an advisor. Mr Jhaveri was always keen on helping entrepreneurs grow, especially if they were young
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July 17, 2016 11:28 am by M G Warrier
An excellent analysis. If everyone decided to accumulate wealth adequate for just next three generations and ploughed back the balance assets to society, povery will vanish from planet earth. Governments can help by deciding that no country will accumulate weapons more than what is adequate to destr...
July 16, 2016 13:56 pm by Luis Miranda
July 16, 2016 09:57 am by Luis
Himanshu, you clearly realised this many years back when you decided to quit the PE world. Keep up the great work, especially having the non-profit experience you picked up.
July 15, 2016 14:09 pm by Himanshu
Lovely post Luis. While I am back in the rat race, the break that I took has helped put things into perspective. Lucky to also have had the lunch opportunity where you presciently had said that I could possibly come back to a corporate job, wiser for my experience with NGOs! A line by Mahatma Gandhi...
July 15, 2016 12:42 pm by Brian
Nice one Luis
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