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new Delhi2 minutes agoAuthor: Akshay Bajpai

Sunil does a cake business in Noida with his wife.

  • After 10th class, the parents had told Sunil Vashistha of Delhi to arrange for further studies himself.
  • Worked in a courier company, set up a food stall, worked as a waiter, friend gave an idea to start a cake business

Sunil Vashist had passed the tenth class, when his parents had said, “Son, study further now, see for yourself.” Sunil started searching for work here and there, but could not find any work. Wherever you go, you would get the answer, ‘You are not 18 years old, so you cannot work.’ Meanwhile, Sunil got the responsibility of distributing milk in a milk company. Monthly salary was two hundred rupees. With this earnings, he completed his 11th-12th classes.

When he went to college, expenses also increased along with his needs. That’s why Sunil started looking for some other work. Used to work as a waiter in weddings. Some saris also had part-time jobs in their showrooms but earning was very low.

He says, ‘At that time my mind used to go on how to earn more money. I interviewed a courier company and they recruited me full time. As soon as I got a full time job, I missed my studies and I started working.

Sunil says, I took the decision and risk at the right time.  That is why I was able to set up my own company.

Sunil says, I took the decision and risk at the right time. That is why I was able to set up my own company.

In a few years, Sunil got bored with this job because there was neither promotion nor increment. Sunil says that ‘Domino’s Pizza started at that time and everyone wanted to work in it, I went there too.’ Sunil gave interviews twice, but was not selected. The reason for this was English. When I went to give the test again for the third time, HR called and asked that you have already been rejected twice and then came here. On this Sunil said, ‘Sir, give me a chance, everything is a little English.’

Hearing this, he was given a job. Sunil says, “In five years I moved from delivery boy to manager. Those who were speaking English at the time of selection, had already run away in the first year. However, here too Sunil had to quit his job as he had an issue with the boss.

On this, he says, ‘The wife had to be delivered. When I asked for leave, he refused. I walked away by assigning work to my junior. The next day, he said to design. Sunil had thought the same day that anything happens now but will never work.

Once upon a time there was hardly any passing, today the turnover of the company is in crores.

Once upon a time there was hardly any passing, today the turnover of the company is in crores.

Sunil then started his own food stall in front of JNU. Could not make anything himself so kept a cook. The work was going well, but the people around complained to the Municipal Corporation. They demolished the roadside stall. After this Sunil broke down, but did not lose courage. Was wondering what could be done.

A friend said that, ‘New companies are coming to Noida and there is a lot of demand for cake, if you want, start the cake business.’ Admitting that, Sunil started a cake business by investing Rs 2.5 lakh in a mall in Noida. Wife’s jewelery sold for this. Borrowed money from a friend and put everything he had.

Business continued in No Profit No Loss for a year and a half. Then one day a lady came to get the cake, she liked the test very much. Suneel says, ‘She was the HR of a big IT company.

They called me the next day and contracted to supply the cake to the company. Just then the growth that our business got, then we did not look back. Today there are over 15 outlets. Turnover is in crores. Aimed to open 50 outlets by 2025.

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