For Gaja’s Gopal Jain the focus is on entrepreneurship
Despite Covid-19, Gaja Capital’s Gopal Jain has his hands full with deals, and the first-of-its-kind award given to business books. He talks to Fortune India about reforms, entrepreneurship, and more.
Best way to answer the question: “Tell me about yourself”
First of all, this question is not an invitation to narrate your entire life story.
A wacky take on time
Maximilian Büsser founded MB&F to radically change watch designs. Keeping the firm artisanal is essential to maintain that creative edge, he says.
For me, watches are about precision and simplicity: Laurent Ferrier
In the world of fine timepieces, age is revered as much as precision. But in just seven years, Laurent Ferrier has won praise from peers and connoisseurs alike. Time to know what makes him tick.
Brock Pierce: The comeback kid
In India looking to invest in potential unicorns, the founder of the Bitcoin Foundation talks of all things blockchain.
India must take advantage of low prices
GAIL’s boss believes the country is staring at a historic opportunity.
An economist looks into a crystal ball
Sony Kapoor, managing director of policy think tank Re-Define, speaks his mind on a range of issues from job creation in India to the future of globalisation and climate change.
Bulgari Watches come of age
Managing director Guido Terreni is guiding the venerable jewellery brand into a maker of fine timepieces.
Before you can create, you must forget: Vijay Govindarajan
One of the authorities on business innovation today, Vijay Govindarajan discusses his "three-box strategy" and says companies that follow this can successfully reinvent themselves while keeping their core values intact.
Jeff Bezos, space warrior
The founder and CEO of Amazon fell in love with space when he was 5