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Bookwatch: Bhalchandra Nikumb, Kodak

28 December 2017

In this series, we investigate what print business leaders read and why.

While Kodak, starting with the famous ‘Kodak Moment’, conjures up the idea of picture perfect images, Bhalchandra Nikumb, managing director, Kodak India & West Asia Clusters, puts his trust on written words. An avid reader, Nikumb is interested in writings of Indian business leaders.

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In this series, we investigate what print business leaders read and why.
 
While Kodak, starting with the famous ‘Kodak Moment’, conjures up the idea of picture-perfect images, Bhalchandra Nikumb, managing director, Kodak India & West Asia Clusters, puts his trust on written words. An avid reader, Nikumb is interested in writings of Indian business leaders. 
 
These are the three books Nikumb completed recently:
1. Cold Steel by Lakshmi Mittal: “An Indian industrialist helming Mittal Steel took on Luxembourg-based Arcelor in a daring USD 33 billion takeover – a deal he won to build the world’s first 100mn-tonne steel company,” Nikumb says.
 
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2. A Bank for the Buck by Tamal Bandyopadhya: “This is the story of a bank founded in a meeting under a tree (quite literally) which went on to open over 4,500 branches in more than 2,500 cities, becoming India’s largest private sector bank in a matter of 25 years.”
 
3. Simply Fly: A Deccan Odyssey by GR Gopinath: “Gopinath came from humble beginnings and went on to build an entrepreneurial mammoth in Air Deccan, India’s first and largest low-cost airline venture (at the time) India’s first and largest low-cost airline venture," says Nikumb.
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