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Arjun Vaidya
Direct to a Billion Consumers
India is booming with opportunity, yet building a consumer brand here is a Herculean task. With a market of a billion plus consumers, one of the world's fastest growing economies it is also the most difficult to navigate. Join Arjun Vaidya (CEO, Dr. Vaidya’s, Forbes 30 U 30) as he takes you through the world of Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCGs), with some of the best minds from the ecosystem. This podcast features real world insights from founders of disruptive brands like Epigamia, Wow, Sleepy Owl and the Moms Co, who have made great strides in this sector. They'll talk about everything...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.4 stars from 12 ratings
Just don’t like the host
I find the host quite annoying and wasn’t able to listen too much.
phantom8911 via Apple Podcasts · India · 09/04/20
Direct to a Billion Consumers
Amazing 👌🏻👌🏻
Imranbach via Apple Podcasts · India · 06/11/20
Recent Episodes
“We took our 1st 6 products to a school in Delhi and they killed my favorite. Kids never lie and so made by 2 mothers is the reality of everything we do”. In this episode, join Arjun as he talks to Shauravi, Co-Founder, Slurrp Farm. Hear Shauravi’s story of moving from the corporate world of...
Published 05/31/21
“Anything that we have a doubt…we set up a 100-150 customer download. By the end of those calls, we have our answer.” In this episode, join Arjun as he talks to Chaitanya, Co-Founder, Hear Chaitanya’s story of moving from management consulting to navigating 2 start-up failures with...
Published 05/13/21
“Building an Indian brand, that’s what has been driving us from Day 1.” In this episode, join Arjun as he talks to Bala Sarda, Founder, Vahdam India. Hear the story about the inception of Vahdam and the new age way Bala took his family’s tea legacy to...
Published 04/23/21
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