We Don’t Call It a Challenge, We Call It a ‘Scope of Improvement’: Rahul Garg

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1. Tell us more about your company and your journey.

My company’s name is DreamTravelYaari® dealing in all kinds of travel-related services. It satisfies the need of both the parties that is customers as well as businesses. It’s been two years in this beautiful journey of catering people’s travel needs.

2. How did you come up with this idea and go about executing it?

Initially we started with a group of 70 old age people who wanted to go for a pilgrimage journey and their feedback made us think of setting up a travel company. And from that point, there is no looking back.

3. What has been your biggest challenge that you faced and how did you overcome that?

Challenges are the part of life that helps us to grow in all aspects of life, so we don’t call it a challenge, we call it a ‘Scope of Improvement’. Acquiring corporate clients is a bit challenging but we can overcome it by making a good relationship.

4. What do you think are the most important qualities of a successful entrepreneur?

In my perception, Patience and long term vision are the major two qualities that any entrepreneur should possess and evolve strong with time. One having these two qualities would achieve success one day for sure.

5. What are some of the most important factors for running a successful business?

To run a business, it is not necessary to pursue a degree in the same field, but experience matters on the same hand. Planning and its execution are the continuous efforts one needs to make. Simultaneously, in a partnership business, Unshakable trust between partners and the team is the key to a successful business.

6. What are your tips for the first time and aspiring entrepreneurs?

My suggestions to aspiring entrepreneurs are patience and hopes. I would say just keep up the hopes high with a vision and patience. If you are patient and have a vision, if you are passionate and have dreams, no one can stop you to accomplish the tasks.

7. How can one overcome a hurdle of lack of funds when starting up?                                                              

If we talk about the service industry, you don’t need a huge capital to start with. However, there are always some alternate ways of a task to be done. So in the scarcity of funds look for some options that involve a less cost to start with.

8. Which is your favourite book and why?

Reading and analysing my whole day before going to bed is the best read to me and apart from that, I prefer Shiv Puran and The Secret of Magic to keep positivity in my thoughts and deeds.

Interview by - Himanshi

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