This young entrepreneur left the tech industry to be a restaurateur.
Munaf Kapadia is a 28-year old guy who has an MBA from India. He got an offer from Google and soon joined happily. While still working at the company, he thought to help his mother with her food business, believing he could make a fortune out of it.
So, he quit his job at Google and returned to his home to start the “Bohri Kitchen.” The venture started off by inviting people over for a paid meal and it quickly gained hype among the youngsters.
Over time, he made a brand out of his mother’s cooking and got featured in Forbes Entrepreneurs under 30. Today, his company is making more than $75,000 in annual profits and he is looking to push the profits to $500,000 next year.
“Don’t be afraid to start over. It’s a chance to build something better this time.” This food for thought courtesy of the Born Realist apparently became the driving force behind Munaf Kapadia’s phenomenal success.
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Posted by BornRealist Tech on Thursday, 21 December 2017