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    HTGYB seminar: Art of driving a scalable business


    HTGYB seminar caters to the need and demands of today’s entrepreneurs.

    Ameet Parekh said that entrepreneurs obsess over perfection.
    Author and business coach Ameet Parekh to mentor entrepreneurs on accelerating their business performance.

    Are you a business owner wondering about how to accelerate your company’s growth? That’s a dream every entrepreneur nurtures. But many entrepreneurs struggle to survive and are not even in the path to growth because their businesses are solely dependent on them. They are the driving force behind every function. Be it marketing, sales, operations, accounts, or HR, an entrepreneur is involved in everything, which kills the business’s growth prospects. Business coach Ameet Parekh has the solution to this challenge. Excerpts of a recent interview:

    What, according to you, is the real challenge that entrepreneurs face?
    Entrepreneurs obsess over perfection. They think more, do less. Instead, they should focus on progress instead of perfection. Most entrepreneurs are constantly fire-fighting where they get so ‘busy’ with the operational processes that they move away from their true vision.

    Can you tell us about your successful ‘How to Grow Your Business’ seminar?

    The ‘How to Grow Your Business’ (HTGYB) seminar caters to the need and demands of today’s entrepreneurs. I was once a struggling entrepreneur myself and I’ve seen many others struggle to convert their dreams into reality. HTGYB has been designed to support entrepreneurs to build a successful and scalable business by mentoring them with validated tools and techniques.

    Ameet Parekh has been mentoring entrepreneurs across the country through his ‘How to Grow Your Business’ seminar.Agencies
    Ameet Parekh has been mentoring entrepreneurs across the country through his ‘How to Grow Your Business’ seminar

    Why are you known as a turnaround specialist?
    Once a failed entrepreneur myself, I have witnessed the frustration that comes along with failure to scale up and staying mediocre even when you know you have the potential. I went on to learn the ways of setting up systems and processes to build a scalable business. After turning around my business, I realised there are thousands of entrepreneurs who could benefit from this knowledge. So, I started sharing my learning as a business success coach with certification from the International Coaches Federation.

    HTGYB seminar
    Parekh has been mentoring entrepreneurs across the country through his ‘How to Grow Your Business’ seminar. It’s a platform where he teaches how to attain a warrior mindset and shares insight on effective business management systems. The participants vouch for high octane presentations with a dash of humour and the ability to connect with his audience.

    The seminar is being organised in Mumbai.
    Where: Orchid Hotel,5 Star Ecotel, Vile Parle, Mumbai
    When: December 15, 2019
    Event registration is free; This offer is valid only today.
    For details, call Poornima 8767540121 or register on

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    The third edition of ET Panache Dialogues was on men’s grooming in India. There is a marked shift in the Indian man’s outlook towards looking good. The multi-crore grooming industry is also important from the economic standpoint. Snapshots from the roundtable discussion between six qualified guests.

    In Pic: Sumanto Chattopadhyay, Chairman, 82.5 Communications, Ogilvy Group, takes a selfie with fellow panellists.

    (Clockwise from left): Chattopadhyay, Nihir Parikh (Chief Business Officer,, Kavita Angre (Director, Insights and Media, L’Oreal India), Raghavendra Rathore (designer), Krishna Gupta (MD, Lloyds Luxuries Ltd) and Dhimaan Shah (Founder,

    Location courtesy: The GVK Presidential Suite, Taj Santacruz, Mumbai

    Image courtesy: Nishikant Gamre & Shriya Patil

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    1 Comment on this Story

    Ajay Yadav148 days ago
    Did you check credentials of this fraud Ameet Parekh? He ha been impersonating (minimum 3 years imprisonment as per IPC) as International Coach Federation (ICF) certified Business Coach whereas he until 21st Apr 2020 had no affiliation whatsoever with ICF. ICF fake credentials help me extort hefty fees for his nonsense BMP program. He took membership of ICF only on 22nd Apr 2020 for $245 until 31st Mar 2021 to cover up his fraud as one of his BMP participants questioned his credentials and this fraud is now harassing the participant. ICF has no credentials as Business Coach. ICF served Ameet Parekh written notice on 21st Apr 2020. This fraud has cheated so many people and is still cheating so many even in these difficult times. Who knows he is using pirated stuff? Soon FIR will be filed.
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