Industralist Kochouseph Chittilappilly
  • Work hard, making use of available facilities and win over difficult situation. This is the right path to success.
  • The basic ingredient of success is Positive Thinking
  •  Success is reserved for brave and straightforward people
  • Only when one takes the risk of getting a few scars, does one gain the opportunity of winning stars
  •          Success follows an optimist
  • A successful manager is one who knows the art of delegation
  •                    Be inquisitive
  •   Analyse the effectiveness of each work
  •  We are the creators of our own destiny
  • Nobody can make you inferior without your consent
  •             Truth begets courage
  •   Perseverance can make wonders happen
  •  Emotional intelligence is important to be a leader
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A BITTER-CHOCOLATE CALLED LIQUOR-BAN

418 bars in Kerala that were not meeting quality standards were closed down, to be reopened after they met the requirements. Thence, a tug-off war began - a war of words, ideologies, ethics, politics and moralities. At the end, politics and survival tactics emerged victorious. While many hail the victory and sing praises of the victors, let us have a reality check: at what cost the victory named “bar-ban with the view to a total liquor-ban” was won? Long have I been convinced that  ...


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INDUSTRIALIST
V-Guard Wonderla V-Star

In 1977, I borrowed Rs 1,00,000/- from my father and set up a small manufacturing facility for stabilisers. I had two workers to assist me. Those days the market was flooded with low quality stabilizers from north India with the exception of brands like Voltas and Keltron. Sensing the need for a reliable and quality product with a good after sales backup, I set about manufacturing the V-Guard stabiliser. Quality and reliability being my focus and armed with an effective marketing strategy, I was able to capture the market quickly. V-Guard soon became a household name. The company grew slowly and steadily and now enjoys a pan Indian presence.

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