He rose from humble beginnings to create India’s largest industrial empire and is in the process of becoming one of the world’s richest men. He rewrote India’s corporate history for which he was featured among the select Forbes billionaires list. He also figured in the Sunday Times list of top 50 businessmen in Asia. His name became the pride of India, thousands of rich investors came to India and boosted it’s economy.
Credited for starting the equity cult in India, Dhirubhai was praised for his key role in shaping India’s stock market culture by attracting hordes of retail investors to a market monopolized by state-run financial institutions. He also provided jobs to millions of people who are still associated with the conglomerate as of 2018.
He never followed the traditional way and was often targeted for his business strategies due to which he was in the center of many controversies throughout his life. This was the greatest factor that made him different. Every successful entrepreneur who has made a big impact in this world has his own way of conducting business. The ‘Dhirubhai school of management’ firmly believed that the only things which mattered were the end results and the benefits which infiltrated directly to the shareholders.