Shawn Boday is a popular entrepreneur in India.
He’s a founder and CEO of an e-commerce startup called Joy Bazaar.
He also founded a company called Toggin, which was acquired by Flipkart in 2013.
He is one of the top investors in Snapdeal.
He and his family have also founded and run the Indian Food Marketing Network.
Here are some of his best quotes.
“We are an entrepreneurial family.
Our family is not in any way the typical entrepreneur or business person.
We have our own vision.
We want to help people in the same way we help people with our own lives.”
-Shawn Baha, founder of Joy Bazaars “I have been in the business for more than 30 years, and this is the first time that I have been able to work with people in such an organized fashion.
It is a very unique way to work.”
-Joy Bazaar, founder and president of JoyBazaar, on working with people like him.
“There is a lot of noise in the industry about startups.
I do not believe in them.
I believe in startups because they create a new type of business and they are a real life business.
They can create real lives.”-Sushil Kumar, founder, e-tailer Snapdeal, on the success of Snapdeal in India, “It is a shame that we are getting less and less recognition for our entrepreneurial activity, but this is our way of life.”-Shawn Bahai, founder/CEO of Joybhaza, on entrepreneurship “When I was a child I had a dream to open a beauty salon.
I have never dreamed that I would be able to create this dream.
I am happy to be here in the United States.”-Jayatil Sengupta, founder JoyBazar, on his family’s entrepreneurial success, “When you are a small business, you want to keep doing what you are doing.
You want to make sure that you do not overdo it.”-Dani Kalyan, founder Toggan, on being an entrepreneur Quote of the Day Quote of a Day: Shown on Twitter in the video above, Shawn Baha says, “If I could have any business, it would be JoyBaza.
I think this is a dream that every Indian dreams of having.”
He was referring to his company JoyBazas startup JoyBazon, which he started in 2013 and is now the second-largest e-retailer in India after Snapdeal with over 2.5 million active customers.
“In India, the best way to create a business is to have a vision and have a plan.
We do not have that in India.”
– Shanti, founder founder of Flipkarts, on how he and his business model work.
“My dream is to do everything in India and be the largest e-marketplace in the world.”
-Dani Kotwara, founder Flipkard, on Flipkast’s success in IndiaThe interview has been edited for clarity and length.
Read moreBusiness Insider spoke with Shawn Bahi on several topics including:Why he’s glad to be in the U.S.
A startup with more than 2.6 million active users is a remarkable achievement in the context of India’s recent economic crisis.
He says he has never thought about setting up an ecommerce business in India before.
He believes that the U:a.d. economy in India is not great.
But he is very excited about being here.
What it’s like to work on an eCommerce business with the best of the best and with the most qualified employees.
What he’s learned from working with Flipkarma, the e-liquids company.
What does he think of Snap’s acquisition of Snapd?
A very, very good acquisition, for sure.
I’m very happy to have Flipkars acquisition.
I hope that it will help Flipkas growth in India in the long run.
What’s next for JoyBavs India business?
A lot of great things are happening in India right now.
We are on a roll.
We just finished the first quarter and the second quarter.
I feel really blessed to be able do this in India at this time.
What are the challenges ahead?
The challenges are pretty hard.
I just have to get through the first year.
The first year is going to be very hard.
There are challenges that are still to come.
What advice would you give to startups that are trying to scale?
Don’t underestimate yourself.
You have to have ambition.
Don’t underestimate your team.
Don’s team is very talented.
They have so much talent.
Don, when you talk to them, they’re not scared to talk to you.
They’re very confident.
That’s really the difference between being an outsider and being a great startup.
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