Take Me Home: The Inspiring Stories Of 20 Entrepreneurs From Small-Town India With Big-Time Dreams Parakram Singh Jadeja did it in Rajkot. Deepak Dadhoti did it in Belgaum. Vibhor Agrawal did it in Meerut. Take Me Home is the story of 20 entrepreneurs who have built remarkable enterprises, while remaining true to their roots. From small towns across India, they run giant global companies with locally trained talent. The ability to run a professional business is no longer limited by location. What you need is a vision and a mission and a burning desire. To make it happen, wherever you are.
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Rashmi Bansal is a writer, entrepreneur and youth expert. She is the author of 7 bestselling books on entrepreneurship — Stay Hungry Stay Foolish, Connect the Dots, I Have a Dream, Poor Little Rich Slum, Follow Every Rainbow, Take Me Home and Arise, Awake — which have sold more than a million copies and been translated into 12 languages.
Rashmi is the founder of Bloody Good Book (www.bloodygoodbook.com), a platform to discover and e-publish budding authors. She is also a motivational speaker and mentor to students and young entrepreneurs.
Rashmi is an economics graduate from Sophia College, Mumbai, and an MBA from IIM Ahmedabad. She can be reached at: www.facebook.com/rashmibansal, www.twitter.com/rashmibansal or firstname.lastname@example.org.