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Snapdeal and Entrepreneurship

This article talks about Kunal Bahl and his inspiring story of Snapdeal.


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Chetan Lohare

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2 years ago | 1 min read

The young Indian entrepreneur Kunal Bahl left his position at Microsoft in 2014 to create his firm. Snapdeal, a platform for local Indian merchants to reach a broader market online, was one of his joint ventures. With over 100 million customers and more than 300,000 vendors, Snapdeal has quickly become one of India's most successful startups.

In addition to his success in business, Bahl serves as a role model for budding entrepreneurs. He exemplifies that one does not need extensive prior business knowledge or funding to launch a profitable enterprise in India.

Bahl told Forbes that his success is attributed to his obsession with making his clients happy. He assured them that "the customer is always number one" in his company. "We consider how we can simplify the customer's life and what they want."

Snapdeal's rapid expansion and funding from top-tier investors like SoftBank and Alibaba can largely be attributed to its customer-first philosophy.

The success of Bahl's business is just one example of the boom of Indian entrepreneurship. Startups like Flipkart, Ola, and Zomato, which have quickly become global leaders, all call India home. Companies like these are revolutionizing how we live and work and spawning a new wave of business leaders.

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