- At Worli vintage rally, Ratan Tata couldn't take his eyes off a Rolls Royce Phantom II Continental 1935
- All for furry friends: Ratan Tata dedicates part of Bombay House 2.0 to stray dogs
- Yash Kotak emulates Elon Musk's knack of using innovations to make this world a better place
- A game of football helps Yash Kotak de-stress, bond with the team
Earlier in the week during an interview, Ratan Tata, Chairman Emeritus of Tata Sons shared that he began startup investment by accident. After retiring, he said that he "made small token investments" from his pocket "in what he considered to be exciting companies."
One of these companies was the Bombay Hemp Company.
Yash Kotak, one of the co-founders of BOHECO told ET Panache, "People like Mr. Tata don’t just build businesses, they build legacies. He had once said, 'I don’t believe in taking the right decisions. I take decisions then make them right.' This statement has quite an ironic representation of what we’ve tried to do with BOHECO."
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1 Comment on this Story
JAYKUMAR DHARMARAJ404 days ago
If a founder has passion and innovation, he needs to be supported.I am more intuitive than a number of persons, and I recognise that not all investments are going to be positive. Some may fail, and some may have problems for other reasons. That is Life!