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Business @ Speed of Innovation
Dr. Pavan Soni
Founder and Innovation Evangelist
Inflexion Point Consulting (www.InflexionP...
Traits of
entrepreneurs
Questioning
Observing
Experimenting
Enrolling
Associating
Networking
Ref: Clayton Christensen
Branding a commodity, with localization
Branding a
commodity, with
localization
2005
Started by
PC Mustafa
with 50 sq.
ft. kitchen
in
Bangalore
2006
First sales
d...
Bringing back
nostalgia
Hector Beverages
Found in 2009
Revenues of ~ INR 100 cr
~ 250 cr raised through
Sequoia Capital an...
Family tradition +
Modern
approach
INR 5000
crores brand
over four
generations
(since 1937)
▪ Modernized by third
generation - Manoharlal and
Shiv Kishan
▪ T...
Amara Raja
Batteries
(Product +
Services)
Since 2000, closing in on Exide
▪ 33% in OEM four-wheeler
▪ 15% in OEM two-wheel...
Power brands + World class processes
▪ Started in 1889
▪ Process innovations (process 1
container in 6.46 minutes)
▪ Award...
Addressing unmet needs
Acquired by UK’s Reckitt Benckiser in 2010 for INR 3,260 cr
- Girish Patel, Ahmedabad
“Paras is kno...
Sensing and seizing
opportunities with
technology
Founded in 1998 (with Rs. 10K )
World’s first plastic body inverter
MOSF...
Packaging innovations
New business
models
www.PavanSoni.com 16
Adopting technology to differentiate
www.PavanSoni.com 17
▪ Founded in 2004 by Rana Kapoor
▪ India’s fifth largest bank
▪ ...
Engaging with the ecosystem
www.PavanSoni.com 18
www.PavanSoni.com 19
Mahindra Rise Prize
✓Solar Challenge
✓Driverless Car Challenge
Since March 2014
▪ Seek to inspire and enable
world-class i...
Anand Operating
Engineers Model (1994)
▪ Over 90% of the shop floors
▪ 22-24 years of age group
▪ Built-in attrition of 25...
Business @ Speed of Innovation
Branding the
commodity with
localization
Retro innovations
(evoking
nostalgia)
Addressing
u...
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Necessary skills for entrepreneurship in India are:
Branding the commodity with localization
Retro innovations (evoking nostalgia)
Addressing unmet needs
Family values plus professional management
World class brand and quality focus
Products and services to differentiate
Packaging innovations
New business models
Seizing opportunities with technology
Engaging with the ecosystem

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Business @ Speed of Innovation

  1. 1. Business @ Speed of Innovation Dr. Pavan Soni Founder and Innovation Evangelist Inflexion Point Consulting (www.InflexionPoint.net)
  2. 2. Traits of entrepreneurs Questioning Observing Experimenting Enrolling Associating Networking Ref: Clayton Christensen
  3. 3. Branding a commodity, with localization
  4. 4. Branding a commodity, with localization 2005 Started by PC Mustafa with 50 sq. ft. kitchen in Bangalore 2006 First sales done 2007 Setup iD Idli Dosa batter plant in Hoskote 2010 Launches Malabar Parotas, fully machine made 2012 Operations in Hyderabad and Mumbai, prime retailing started 2013 Operations in Dubai (Malabar Parotas) 2014 Raised INR 35 cr from Helion Venture Partners 2015 Ads in mainstream media, OOH, and radio 2017 Raised $25 mn from Premji Investments Aiming from INR 250 cr. revenue
  5. 5. Bringing back nostalgia Hector Beverages Found in 2009 Revenues of ~ INR 100 cr ~ 250 cr raised through Sequoia Capital and China’s Hillhouse Capital
  6. 6. Family tradition + Modern approach
  7. 7. INR 5000 crores brand over four generations (since 1937) ▪ Modernized by third generation - Manoharlal and Shiv Kishan ▪ Territorial demarcation b/w brothers Ready to Eat Global presence
  8. 8. Amara Raja Batteries (Product + Services) Since 2000, closing in on Exide ▪ 33% in OEM four-wheeler ▪ 15% in OEM two-wheeler ▪ 28% in replacement four-wheeler ▪ 30% in replacement two-wheeler $ 2 billion revenues in next five years Every 2nd car in Singapore is powered by Amaron batteries
  9. 9. Power brands + World class processes ▪ Started in 1889 ▪ Process innovations (process 1 container in 6.46 minutes) ▪ Awards for packaging innovations ▪ 2,50,000 acres of contract farming ▪ Value-add products ▪ Rice bran oil, ▪ Paddy husk as fuel additive, ▪ Husk power, ▪ Cattle feed
  10. 10. Addressing unmet needs Acquired by UK’s Reckitt Benckiser in 2010 for INR 3,260 cr - Girish Patel, Ahmedabad “Paras is known for developing new categories and is widely respected for its category creation ability.”
  11. 11. Sensing and seizing opportunities with technology Founded in 1998 (with Rs. 10K ) World’s first plastic body inverter MOSFET, Micro controller based and DSP Sine Wave World’s first solar hybrid UPS 200 products, 90 countries, 40,000 channel partners 100 patents, 150 trademarks, Leader in Indian solar market "I want to drive the market - I don't want to be driven by it. My guiding principle is: change the market before it changes you." - Kunwer Sachdev, Founder and MD of Su-Kam
  12. 12. Packaging innovations
  13. 13. New business models
  14. 14. www.PavanSoni.com 16
  15. 15. Adopting technology to differentiate www.PavanSoni.com 17 ▪ Founded in 2004 by Rana Kapoor ▪ India’s fifth largest bank ▪ BHIM YES PAY is the 1st Wallet to fully integrate the India Stack APIs ▪ Won Golden Peacock Innovative Product / Service Award 2017
  16. 16. Engaging with the ecosystem www.PavanSoni.com 18
  17. 17. www.PavanSoni.com 19
  18. 18. Mahindra Rise Prize ✓Solar Challenge ✓Driverless Car Challenge Since March 2014 ▪ Seek to inspire and enable world-class innovation and entrepreneurship in India ▪ Follow a collaborative approach to innovation ▪ Encouraging disruption
  19. 19. Anand Operating Engineers Model (1994) ▪ Over 90% of the shop floors ▪ 22-24 years of age group ▪ Built-in attrition of 25% ▪ 1:22 (supervisor, staff ratio) ▪ Continuous improvement and initiative www.PavanSoni.com 21 “We pick up first-generation people from across India. This has given us high quality and engaged people on the shop floor and something for the people to aspire for, which leads to radical improvements. This has been one of our pillars of innovation.” - Sunil Kaul, MD of Behr India
  20. 20. Business @ Speed of Innovation Branding the commodity with localization Retro innovations (evoking nostalgia) Addressing unmet needs Family values plus professional management World class brand and quality focus Products and services to differentiate Packaging innovations New business models Seizing opportunities with technology Engaging with the ecosystem
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Necessary skills for entrepreneurship in India are: Branding the commodity with localization Retro innovations (evoking nostalgia) Addressing unmet needs Family values plus professional management World class brand and quality focus Products and services to differentiate Packaging innovations New business models Seizing opportunities with technology Engaging with the ecosystem

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