Advice for Entrepreneurs

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Abhilash Kalathil Ramesh, Executive Director of Kairali Ayurveda Group, talks to people who are struggling to cope up with failures. His advice to them is to reach out to be people who have a similar problem.

Abhilash Kalathil Ramesh is an accomplished business leader with the experience and extensive interest in Marketing, International Business, Ideation, M&A, Joint Ventures and one of the minds behind “Healing Recipes”. Recently Awarded as 40 Most influential leader under 40 by Asia One along with “Asia Pacific Entrepreneurship Award 2016 (Most Promising Category), Entrepreneurial Excellence Award for AYUSH Leadership 2017 & 2015”, by India Salon & Wellness Awards, Safari India Award for Best Marketing Professional” by Pacific Area Travel Writers Association (PATWA) 2012 & 2007, for his endeavor in promoting Ayurveda globally

About Kairali:
Kairali Ayurvedic Group, a 110 years old Ayurvedic Brand are one of the pioneers in Ayurveda and have enriched the world with the essence of this ancient treasure.

Through the blog ‘Failing It Up’, Bhawana Verma has initiated an awareness campaign #failingitupwithlovenhope. Through this campaign, we are trying the Break the stigma attached to Failing. Masters from every field are coming forward to show their support by sharing their stories and what Failure means to them.

Through these interviews, we are trying to give a message that Failure should be looked with a lot of POSITIVITY.
Few key Questions which these successful people are answering are:
1. Share your journey and discuss what failure and success mean to you in this context.
2. What advise would you give to people who are finding it hard to cope up with their Failures?
3. How does one overcome Hurdles?
4. Is it possible to keep emotions and work separate?

Interview shot by National award-winning cinematographer Amitabha Singh
Campaign Initiated by Bhawana Verma
Edited by Piyush Bairagi
Produced by Sweet Tamarind Pictures
Supported by Cinyevidya Prime

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