Here are some inspiring and motivational ecommerce quotes by India’s ecommerce biggies. The wisdom they have shared is invaluable. Online sellers who want to build big business must read every word and apply the knowledge shared by these successful entrepreneurs.
E-commerce will be part of people’s daily lives, even in the remotest corners of India, by 2027.
There are very few times you find this perfect intersection of something that is great for customers, great for business, and great for the country. Ecommerce brings that harmony in place.
I have got a ton of emails saying: ‘I too will start a startup.’ I think that was good to hear. Because we need change. We need more startups coming up, creating value.
I think, most importantly, my grandfather inculcated the importance of discipline in my life — being on time for things, not keeping people waiting, being a good listener.
Indian entrepreneurs are showing that they have fire in the belly and an intense desire to win and overcome all odds.
I believe it’s very important for entrepreneurs to have a big vision and play the big game because the opportunity is there, the resources are there and if you’re spending your life doing it you’d rather try something big.
I think there’s going to be many many opportunities in the urban convenience segment and we already believe that just doing justice to these is going to create a very very large business.
Our long-term vision is to get 10 crore small businesses online. We will continue to focus on adding more entrepreneurs right now, and transition to the next level of communicating to users in good time.
With e-commerce at its peak, mobile commerce is also uniquely positioned to help industry players of all sizes manage their business more efficiently.
What I believe is that unless you are absolutely in love with the thing you are going to do – that it doesn’t leave your brain even when you are in shower or just trying to sleep; it’s not worth taking the risk. You’ve to be absolutely convinced that ‘THIS IS IT’ that you should be doing!
Being an entrepreneur requires you to surf through different turfs in one go. This needs passion and love for what you are doing. Find what you like. Find your purpose and everything else will fall in place.
you should respond and react without any constraints to what has been done before or not. It’s a blank canvas that you’re drawing on. And you should not be constrained or you should not think about anything what’s possible or what’s been done before. So, the only rule of entrepreneurship is that there are no rules.
One should have details of what they are doing. They should have confidence while building the brand. There should be a transformation in a person, but he cannot be full of himself. The founder also needs to grow with the brand emotionally, not just the start-up.
There is no shortcut – confidence, gratitude and hope are the building blocks to successful leadership. Never be shaken by change, rather embrace and grow with it. Knowing when to react and not is what sets a leader apart from the rest.
My advice to upcoming entrepreneurs is to dream big. When you are your own boss you have to be ready to do the oddest and smallest of jobs as and when required.