Mukesh Ambani Birthday Special | Story of Asia’s richest man, read Mukesh Ambani’s journey of hard work and success…



File Photo Mumbai: Today we are going to tell you the success story of the richest man in India and Asia. Today (April 19) is the birthday of Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani. Mukesh Ambani’s journey of hard work and success has many exciting moments. Why he had to leave Stanford University and return to the country, then read what he did, his success story‚Ķ Products started giving profits like gold Today (April 19) is the birthday of Asia’s richest man Mukesh Ambani. Seeing the graph of their performance, our eyes get tired but the height of the graph keeps on increasing. They play an important role in the progress of the country by providing employment to thousands of people in the country. Mukesh Ambani’s name is also taken behind the ‘Digital Revolution’ in India. Although they have many companies, but the name of the company ‘Reliance Jio’, which lives on the tongue of the common people, is the most unique. It is said that Mukesh Ambani is the only person who made the petrochemical business so bright that its products started giving profits like gold. Reliance Petrochemical is one of those companies which has never faced loss. On this special occasion of his birthday, let us know about some success stories of Mukesh Ambani which we all should emulate. File Photo Started MBA studies at Stanford University Talking about Mukesh Ambani’s education, he has graduated in chemical engineering from Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai. After this, he started his MBA studies at Stanford University in America. After that, his father called Mukesh Ambani to Mumbai to help him in his work for the development of the business. Mukesh Ambani returned to Mumbai and started Reliance Petroleum Chemicals with his father. Since the beginning of this company is huge, they never faced any loss. Home of the Ambani family Many such stories can be found on the internet, where many things have been written about the success of Mukesh Ambani and the Ambani family. For example, Mukesh Ambani’s family lived in a two-room house in Bhuleshwar, Mumbai. Later, his father bought a 14-storey building called Sea-Wind in Colaba. Mukesh Ambani and other family members spent many years in this house. Now Mukesh Ambani lives with his family in the world’s most expensive 400,000 sq ft building ‘Antilia’ in South Mumbai. FIle Photo How did you come back to India? At that time the Government of India had given permission to polyester filament yarn, whose business Reliance was preparing to start. After that 43 companies including Tata, Birla bid for its license, but only Reliance was successful. After getting the license, his father sent an invitation to Mukesh Ambani to come to India from America. Mukesh Ambani also returned to India and started a factory in 1981. Then came Reliance Petrochemicals. Today this company manufactures products related to polymers, elastomers, polyester, aromatics, fibers. This company has earned so much name and value that people’s eyes are fixed on taking its shares. Special companies of Reliance Reliance moved further under the leadership of Mukesh Ambani and the company formed Reliance Infocomm Limited, now Reliance Communication Limited. He is also named in the biggest companies of India. In 2008, the company also bought its cricket team Mumbai Indians for $111.9 million. The team is a part of the Indian Premier League (IPL) and has been in the limelight since its inception. FIle Photo A unique performance in Jamnagar Kamal Mukesh Ambani serves on the Board of Directors of Bank of America Corporation in Jamnagar and the International Advisory Board of the Council on Foreign Relations. He has also served as the chairman of the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB). Another big record of Mukesh Ambani is that he was instrumental in setting up the world’s largest petroleum refinery at the ground level in Jamnagar (Gujarat).

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