About the Company
Chandni Industries manufactures and supplies electrical brass components to well known electrical companies. We walk on one principal that there is no shortcut to success. Just focus on grabbing the knowledge and beyond that focus more on collecting knowledgeable people.
What was the first moment when you thought to start a Business?
Business growth and overall country economic progress
Every business has an up/down moment. Do you want to share anything special with us?
Yes, I totally agree that running a business is like experiencing a roller coaster ride. There might be some situation which my dad had faced but since I joined, there were no financial surprises.
What is your core product or service?
Electrical brass components
What is the most exciting thing related to your business?
Technological changes are the exciting part of our business. I am a techy person who loves to walk one step ahead and deliver something unique first in the market.
What is your Roadmap and Goal for upcoming years?
Spreading globally. Covering International Market
Who is your mentor or role model?
What is the definition of success for you? How do you see yourself?
Success is the result of hardworking and my hard work has paid me. I love the words from – Albert Einstein who says that “You have to learn the rules of the game. And then you have to play better than anyone else.”
What are your views on competitors?
As I said I stay one step ahead so it does not matter. Not my cup of tea. I am totally unaffected
The biggest risk you have ever taken?
Taping the Europen market last year was like going off from smooth roads for us.
Have you ever done anything unethical?
What do you think about your company culture?
It’s a moderate one and our employees are happy with it
Do you want to suggest any books to others for reading?
Yes I can share few of my favorites like Stay hungry stay foolish, How to Win Friends & Influence People – Dale Carnegie, The Dip: A Little Book That Teaches You When to Quit (and When to Stick) – Seth Godin
Any other suggestions or tips?
Just accept the truth that there is no shortcut to success!