I have plenty of friends, but EO provides a group of like-minded, ambitious, open people who are inspiring, helpful and friendly. The format of the EO forum is unparalleled in its ability to get busy, multi-dimensional, successful people to learn, grow and overcome personal obstacles together.
EO is a great platform to grow both personally and professionally. The experience share amongst peers from the chapter and events with members across the world are wonderful !!
EO chapter and forums are an excellent outlet for all Entrepreneurs to share and learn. When you think you’ve reached your limits, they help you look beyond and add further value.
I joined the Chapter few months ago and am already loving the forum experience as well as the peer-to-peer learning. Probably one of the best decisions of my life.
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EO Gurgaon organized Conversation with Vikram Oberoi, the third generation scion of India’s best-known luxury hospitality chain.
EO Gurgaon organized a workshop on Negotiations by Professor Dr. Dishan Kamdar, Senior Associate Dean, Indian School of Business, Exclusively for EO members.
Marco Gloria had never even visited India, let alone think about investing in the Indian market. However, today he has his own company, called GFB Great Foods, based out of Manesar – all thanks to an interesting conversation about India’s growth story that he had with Sohna Sterling owner Snajay Kapoor. He got to know about Enterprenuer’s Organisation (EO), which he now happens to be a part of.
EO Gurgaon organised conversation with Vikram Oberoi, the third generation scion of India’s best-known luxury hospitality chain. He is the most successful purveyor of luxury hospitality in the country. Over the 10 years, when he stepped into a mainstream management role as General Manager of the Oberoi Rajvilas in Jaipur, he has relentlessly focused on quality and succeeded.
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