It Happened in India has ratings and 20 reviews. Vinoth said: What a book It gave me a lot of insights not only in retail business but in every asp. It Happened in India: The Story of Pantaloons, Big Bazaar, Central and the Great Born in a middle class trading family, Kishore Biyani started his career selling stonewash fabric to small shops in Mumbai. Only 1 left in stock – order soon. of Future Group Founder Kishore Biyani’s book “It Happened in India”. The only organisations that are successful are the ones that harness.

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Oct 25, Amazingsomeone rated it really liked it. Amazon Prime Music Stream millions of songs, ad-free. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Years later, with the happeens of Pantaloons, Big Bazaar, Food Bazaar, Central and many more retail formats, he redefined the retailing business in India. Here are few inspiring lines I am reproducing from the book with all the due credit given oishore the authors. A must-read for any entrepreneur who wants t Astounding insights, not-so-new revelations and a lot of pithy Kishore-isms make up this business book which is as much the story of the Future Group as it is about Kishore Biyani himself.

Jul 08, Ram kumar rated it liked it. The unique and interesting point I liked about this book is: Kishorji had tremendous faith in himself as well in people working with him. A good book that offers depth in the unorganized retail sector and the ‘kirana’ stores in India.


Audible Download Audio Books. Dec 31, Hpapens Talathi Gandhi rated it really liked it. May 23, Arijit rated it really liked it. In a whole chapter dedicated to his bollywood stint, he shared his learnings from this failed attempt of movie-making. It is not just a story of the Future Group but also how the retail sector yappens in India post economic liberalisation. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. The book also discusses the management style and organization issues of the group.

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It Happened in India by Kishore Biyani

It speaks volumes on changing Indian consumerism and effective means of capitalizing on that. Jan 24, Anirudh Jain rated it liked it. Aug 03, Sanjay Gautam rated it did not like it. Deepak Venkateswaran rated it really liked it Jan 29, Both emphasized on comsumer first policy nappens have led innovation in retailing.

Using this understanding Kishore sold cooking oil in loose in the Big Bazaar in Gujarat or had wall less stores in The Central etc. To ask other readers questions about It Happened in Indiaplease sign up. He studied their mentality and their approach towards buying.

To see what your friends thought of this bkyani, please sign up. And I really liked how the book has regular interviews of his colleagues. Some of the management styles and principle discussed lacks any kind of uniqueness and appears common across the industry, so some portions of the book may look redundant.


Posted February 11, at 5: Get to Know Us. In the book Kishore Biyani and Dipayan Baishya have elaborated the genesis and development of the Big bazaar, Pantaloons and Central must have attracted every Indian consumer through its product diversity and competitive pricing.

A must read who wants to understand indian buying behaviour.

It Happened in India

Dec 31, Selva Subramanian rated it really liked it Shelves: Setup and progress of Biyani group. In an interview, Kishoreji would not look into the eyes or even at the interviewee and would simply ask him — so what do you want to know?

A guide for every aspiring entrepreneur out there Incidentally, Kishore Biyani s objective is to capture every rupee in the wallet of every Indian c Born in a middle class trading family, Kishore Biyani started his career selling stonewash fabric to small shops in Mumbai.

In fact I can’t think of a successful retailer in the world for whom supply chain was most important. He believed in the habit of learning and un-learning and made others believed in it too. Please read disclaimer for more information.

KB emphasizes on relationships throughout the book: