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Yash Kotak emulates Elon Musk's knack of using innovations to make this world a better place

Bombay Hemp Co boss thinks SpaceX CEO always sticks to his goal no matter what people around him say.

, ET Bureau|
Sep 11, 2019, 07.45 AM IST
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Elon Musk​'s innovations towards making the planet a better place has made Yash Kotak​ admire him even more. ​
Elon Musk's innovations towards making the planet a better place has made Yash Kotak (L) admire him even more.
SpaceX CEO, Elon Musk, has a fan in Bombay Hemp Company co-founder Yash Kotak. "His natural knack for innovation to make this world a better place is quite admirable. I do try to emulate this in my day to day life. Although this is easier said than done but I do make a conscious effort every day," he told ET Panache.

The technology boss's innovations towards making the planet a better place has made the young entrepreneur admire Musk even more. "The other quality that is quite admirable is that he sticks to his goal no matter what people around him say and we’ve tried to do the same at BOHECO, we have stuck by the same vision that we had formed during the inception and till date are on course to achieving it," Kotak added.

Keen on community service from young adulthood, Kotak has participated in several small and large initiatives. "Musk outdoes everyone else with his efforts and Cristiano Ronaldo has sheer dedication towards being a better professional. He outdoes himself with his drive," he ended.

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