Two decades back when the country liberalised its economy, Rajiv Luthra turned focus on the needs of India Inc. He has since been behind a score of prestigious divestments, M&As and restructuring assignments
Which entrepreneur do you take inspiration from?
Thomas Edison, because he combined entrepreneurship with invention.
An entrepreneur to you is...
Someone who can successfully build the castles on earth, which he builds in the air.
Your favourite business mantra...
Black Swans do exist.
An event during your starting up days which inspired you...
Acknowledgment by Fali Nariman—saying to my client, after we had had a crucial meeting, that he was ‘in safe hands’.
Turning point of your career...
Liberalisation, and the opportunities that came with it.
None, except the limitation of 24 hours in a day!
What do you do when you are not at work?
Play golf, learn Urdu and play with my gizmos.
LUTHRA’S ADVICE TO STARTUPS
Be honest in whatever business you do Ensure you & your team run the business with integrity Be ethical in your dealings with clients Have passion for the business you have chosen An entrepreneur has to be daring to succeed
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