I joined my family business 27 years ago during one of the worst economic recession that America faced. I suggested to my father that we should changed the business model from jewelry wholesale to retail and to start selling watches. He agreed on the condition that I run it myself and see it through. He did not want to hear from me that it’s not working out or the business was in trouble. Failure was NOT an option. Today, @hingwaleejewelers has achieved 70 times the revenue compared to when I took command in 1992. From then to present, America has gone through a few devastating economic down turn and many major changes in our industry. Many have speculated that it was my out of the box solutions to problems or my leadership that brought our company through it all but actually what motivated me all these years was that I was NOT going to let my father down for trusting in me with the business. I was NOT going to break it and I would do whatever necessary for it to do well. It was as simple as that….. There is a saying from experienced business people, “it’s hard to create a successful business but it’s even harder to maintain or grow that same business for many years….” ? @jameslipman sidenote: #hingwaleejewelers has been in business running on its 54th year.
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