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ENTREPRENEURSHIP MANAGEMENT PRESENTATION

THE MOST ENTERPRISING INDIAN ENTREPRENEUR

DHIRUBHAI AMBANI 28TH DECEMBER, 1932 - 6TH JULY, 2002

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PERSONAL LIFE
FULL NAME: Dhirajlal Hirachand Ambani BIRTH- Born on 28th December,1932 in Chorwad, a
village in Junagarh district, Saurashtra, Gujarat, India.

FATHER:- Hirachand Govardhandas Ambani. MOTHER:- Jamunaben Hirachand Ambani. SIBLINGS:- Trilochanaben Ambani, Ramnikbhai Ambani,
Jasuben Ambani, and Natubhai Ambani. 

SPOUSE:- Kokilaben Ambani CHILDREN:- Mukesh Ambani, Anil Ambani, Neena
Kothari, Deepti Salgaocar

eARLY LIFE
Dhirubhai was precocious and highly intelligent and also as highly impatient of the oppressive grinding mill of the school classroom. Formal education was not his forte, he realized very early in life.

After he completed his fifth standard in the village school, Dhirubhai was sent to the district town of Junagarh for further studies.

In his third year in the school he was elected general secretary of the Junagarh Students Union.

OFF TO ADEN

At the age of 17, goes to Aden (now part of Yemen) and works for A. Besse & Co. Ltd. office on the very day of his arrival as a clerk. sent to the commodities trading section of the firm. Later, is transferred to the section that handled petroleum products for the oil giant Shell. learn the tricks of the trade he offers to work for free at a Gujarati trading firm. There he learns accounting, book keeping, preparing shipping papers and documents, and dealing with banks and insurance companies.

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 After learning the basics of commodities trading, Dhirubhai begins speculating in high seas purchase and sales of all sorts of goods.  The Shell oil refinery and the first oil harbour comes up in Aden in 1954.  Besse & Co. become the agents for distribution of Shell refinery products. Due to his good performances at the office during his first five years, Dhirubhai is sent on promotion to the oil filling station at the newly built harbour.

MULJI-JETHA TEXTILE MARKET

TEXTILE INDUSTRY

RELIANCE’S IPO

In 1977, Reliance Co goes public.

Dhirubhai prefers capital markets over banks as the primary source of funding.

Dhirubhai is credited with starting the equity cult in India.

PATALGANGA PLANT

RELIANCE HAZIRA

In 1991, he set up Reliance Hazira, for the manufacture of petrochemicals.

Reliance Hazira represented the single largest investment made by a private sector group in India at a single location.

RELIANCE REFINERY

Dhirubhai had firmed up plans of setting up a massive grassroots refinery - the next big leap in his overall strategic roadmap for Reliance. In 1999, Reliance completes the Jamnagar Refinery in 36 months which is also considered to be the world’s largest grassroots refinery. In 2002, Reliance made its first discovery of oil & gas in the KGD6 block, world’s largest gas discovery of that year.

TELECOMMUNICATION BUSINESS

• Roll up your sleeves and help. • You and your team share the same DNA.

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• Be a safety net for your team • They will perform wonders

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• Be a silent benefactor • I live the Gita -Dhirubahi Ambani

DHIRUBHAISM

• Supply creates demand. • Think big, think fast and think ahead. Idea’s are no ones monopoly. • The arm -around -the shoulder leader • Learn to trust. Trust and transparency stimulates entrepreneurship.
• DREAM BIG BUT DREAM WITH YOUR EYES OPEN

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• A vision has to be within reach not in air.It has to be achievable.

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• Change your orbit constantly. • Growth has no limit at reliance. I keep revising my vision. Only when you can dream it you can do it.
• Leave the professional alone.

• Give(your people) the youth a proper environment. Motivate them. Extend them the support they need. Each one of then has infinite source of energy. They will deliver.

• Money is not a product by itself.Its a by- product so don’t chase it. • If you work with determination and with perfection, success will follow.

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FAVOURITE QUOTES
 Only when you dream it you can do it.“  "Think big, think fast, think ahead. Ideas are no one's monopoly“  "You do not require an invitation to make profits.“  "If you work with determination and with perfection, success will follow.“  "Pursue your goals even in the face of difficulties, and convert adversities into opportunities.“  "Meeting the deadlines is not good enough, beating the deadlines is my expectation.""Don't give up, courage is my conviction."

ACHIEVEMENTS
 July, 1999 : Declared as the ‘Most Admired Indian Business Leader’ by The Times of India  August, 1999 : Placed amongst ‘The Power 50 India’s 50 most powerful decision-makers in Politics, Business & Finance‘, Business Barons.  December,1999 : Voted as ‘Indian Businessman of the Century’ in Business Barons Global Multimedia Poll.  December,1999 : Chosen by the Indian Merchants Chamber as ‘An Outstanding Visionary of the 20th Century’ in recognition of his unique achievements and contribution in the development of industry and capital markets in India.

 January, 2000 : Voted as ‘Creator of Wealth of the

Century’ in The Times of India poll.  January, 2000 : Voted the most admired Indian of the millennium in the field of Business & Economics in ‘Legends - A Celebration of Excellence’ poll audited by Ernest & Young for Zee Network.  January, 2000 : Chosen as one of the three ‘makers of equity’ by India Today in its special millennium issue ‘100 People Who Shaped India in the 20th Century’.

 March, 2000 : Indian Entrepreneur of the 20th Century’ award by FICCI, for his meticulous scripting of one of the most remarkable stories of business endeavour of the 20th Century.  November, 2000 : ‘Man of the Century’ award by Chemtech Foundation and Chemical Engineering World for his contribution to the growth and development of the Indian chemical industry .  August, 20011 : The Economic Times Award for Corporate Excellence and Lifetime Achievement.  February, 2002 : Conferred the Lifetime Achievement Award by India HRD Congress.

DEATH
 Dhirubhai was admitted to the Breach Candy Hospital in Mumbai on June 24, 2002 after he suffered a major stroke.  This was his second stroke, the first one had occurred in February 1986 and had kept his right hand paralyzed. He was in a state of coma for more than a week.  He died on July 6, 2002, at around 11:50 pm.

SPLIT BETWEEN THE AMBANI BROTHERS
 In November 2004, Mukesh Ambani in an interview, admitted to having differences with his brother Anil over 'ownership issues'.  On June 18, 2005, Kokilaben Ambani announced the settlement through a press release.  The Reliance empire was split between the Ambani brothers with Mukesh getting RIL and IPCL while Anil got Reliance Capital, Reliance Energy and Reliance Infocomm.

POPULAR IN MEDIA
A film alleged to be inspired by the life of Dhirubhai Ambani was released on 12 January 2007. ‘Guru’, directed by Mani Ratnam, shows the struggle of a man striving to make his mark in the Indian business world with a fictional Shakti Group of Industries. In 1998, a book published by Hamish McDonald titled “The Polyester Prince” is also an unauthorised biography of Dhirubhai Ambani, outlining all his political & business conquests.

- Dhirubhai Ambani

THANK YOU!!!