Best Success Story Reads

Business leadership is all about mobilizing resources and managing risk. There are some who fail, while there are the others who manage to carve their own niche and become the symbol of success.

Success Story

In our section of Success Story, we’ve covered a wide variety of stories of those powerful personalities who dared to dream and worked hard to make their dreams come true. Best success story reads is dedicated to celebrating the essence of success and power.

The Most Powerful Business Dynasties: Leading Family Owned Businesses

Before the conglomerates, there was a family business. Before the Industrial Revolution in the early 18th century, there was a family business. Before the erudition of the Chinese, Greece and the Roman Empire, there was a family business. In the post-war era, management experts expected family firms to wane fast, due to the greater ability of professionally-run companies to raise funds and attract top talent. Founding dynasties have held their ground, defying expectations of their demise, and in the recent years, increased their global presence. (Read More..)

The Coca-Cola Company, at its sparkling best!

Twenty-first-century business success stories would be incomplete without mentioning one brand which has all American roots – Coca-Cola! A symbol of consumerism, pop culture and carefree living – Coca-Cola is synonymous with the American way of life. A trademark widely recognized by 94% of the planet’s population, Coca-Cola is the second most universally understood phrase, coming right after OK. (Read More..)

Success Story: Amazon Inc.

Jeffrey P. Bezos, a business rookie gave up his well-paying Wall Street Hedge Fund job and started documenting a prospective business plan on a road trip to Seattle, laying the groundwork for an internet business that would sell only books. Incorporated on July 16, 1994, the company’s original name was ‘Cadabra’, however, a year later in 1995; it premiered with a completely different name, the Amazon.com. (Read More..)

Inking Up the Nail Queen

Thea Green, the founder of Nails Inc, is known for her “Twisted” entrepreneurial style. She knows her business, staff, and customers to the core, which eventually pampers her with a thriving nails empire. Started in London, from a rough idea taken from the Americans, Nails Inc., is now one of the leading brands in the beauty industry. (Read More..)

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