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Mukesh Taneja, India – Business Interview, Good morning enterprises of India – podcast G1

Published on 26 November 2014

Today I am glad to interview my Indian partner, Mukesh Taneja, he is the manager of Kailash Paper Conversion, at Ranchi, Jharkhand. Kailash Paper Conversion is the biggest printer in the Est of India, let’s go to discover the manager and leader Mukesh Taneja. His company innovate a lot.

Hello, welcome to my first interview for Good morning enterprises of India.
Today I am glad to interview my Indian partner, Mukesh Taneja, he is the manager of Kailash Paper Conversion, at Ranchi, Jharkhand.
Kailash Paper Conversion is the biggest printer in the Est of India, let’s go to discover the manager and leader Mukesh Taneja. His company innovate a lot.

 

I thank you Mukesh Taneja, to have given me time for this interview. Find here the questions asked.

Beginning of your enterprise: innovation

And may you explain to us how the adventure of KPC 27 years ago started?

When did you became the manager & leader of KPC?

You have maybe some witticism/anecdotes about your beginning at KPC?
or about company itself?

Can you resume the different stages that KPC challenged?

As a manager… how to innovate?

And for example, what was the toughest problem you face as a manager?

You have a plant where you produce every stationary items. Please give us a view of the capacity of your factory?
How do you develop and increase the productivity capacity of your factory?

In this difficult environment, as a manager, how do you lead your teams? How you maintain quality?

In India, the employee turnover is very high. What is your policy?

Innovating in India

In which point today KPC is innovate?

And what are you projects today?

Today, India moving quickly. Internet and digital tools are taking day after day more market share. What is your strategy to maintain KPC as a leader?

Advice for people new in business

For all people who listening us, and particularly people who want to create their own business, may you give them 3 advices to success?

And for foreigners, what you will advise them?