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Jerry Godinho interviewed Girish Minocha [Old Cottonian] and has blogged about his story of success:
I have a deep respect for Girish Minocha. He is humble, down to earth, spiritual, aware of his surroundings and believes in giving back to society.
He follows his passion and has converted it into one of the most successful businesses.
He believes in corporate social responsibility, sustainable farming, respect for nature and he hires convicts. Yes, at any given time a couple of convicts serving a life sentence are working at his enterprise….[read the full article here]
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Gerald Godinho [also an Old Cottonian] interviewed Rohan Charanji. Here is an excerpt [see below for link to full interview].
THE FUTURE OF HOSPITALITY: ROHAN CHARANJI.
Rohan, welcome to my series on Millennials. Tell my audience something important about you?
“I was born in India, educated at Bishop Cotton and studied in Switzerland and London.
I have worked in China, US, London, Thailand, Wales and currently in the UAE for the last 4 years.
With my Swiss education, I felt a stupid sense of entitlement. I was asked to mop floors, clean plates and I realized without hard work you can never achieve anything.”
– Rohan Charanji.