Passion should never take a backseat, no matter how much you are pushed against the wind.
Being an entrepreneur is challenging. But when someone believes in your vision and becomes a catalyst in achieving it, this entrepreneurial journey becomes a bit easier. Our customer Sanjay Khanna from Bhiwadi Rajasthan shares his growth story.
Sangappa Nilappa's dream to grow together revolutionized the face of his entire village
Sangappa Ji dreamt of a development that wasn't limited to his family but extended to his entire village. Even though he couldn't go to school, he motivated every child of Kotikal to become self-reliant. With years of hard work and the support of Mahindra Finance, he has achieved his vision and become an inspiration for the entire village.
Ambadas Manda recalls his journey to emerge from the financial crisis during the lockdown.
Ambadas Manda from Gajwel, Telangana has played a crucial role in educating kids from underprivileged backgrounds in his chain of schools and colleges. However, he ran out of funds during the lockdown. To make matters worse, he suffered a cardiac arrest and had to be hospitalised. Ambadas sailed through it all and recovered from the crisis.
Shambhusharan Yadav shares insights on the humble beginnings of his business.
When Shambhusharan Yadav first landed in Gujarat in search of a job, he had no idea what his future was or where he was headed to. He did odd jobs before eventually starting his own business in Vapi. His fortunes turned after the birth of his daughter Deepika who he considers to be the Laxmi of his life. Shambhusharan was blessed with success with Mahindra Finance backing his business abilities.
Datta Mali talks about his sheer commitment, which took him to the peaks of success.
Nashik’s Datta Mali looks after his many businesses and manages their daily operations. He was determined on seeing his business prosper and transform his life. Datta took efforts to grow and earned enough to pay for his daughters' education and marriage. At one point, Datta didn’t have enough money to buy milk for his own children but he owns 50 cows and delivers 300 litres of milk every day across towns.