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Entrepreneur Asad Ravjani aka Lucky Speaks About The Challenging Phase While Establishing His Business

Not every businessman is lucky to get the business legacy inherited by their ancestors. Some businessmen have created a path for themselves and are successful names today. Asad Ravjani is the classic example who is a self-made millionaire and the founder of Gaba Group. The young businessman is from Congo, Africa as well as from Dubai. His prestigious company has various businesses under one umbrella including gold & diamonds, agriculture export, mines & minerals, information technology and luxury hotels. Born in Bhavnagar, Gujarat, Asad always had exposure to the business world. 

While he was 17, he started engaging in small business transactions. Moreover, he has got a trading and manufacturing hub at Jebel Ali in Dubai. His journey began with the help of his friend who worked at the Angolan Airways. He secured his first contract after which he ventured into successful businesses and startups. Also known by the name Lucky, the young entrepreneur always aimed to do smart work than hard work. His perseverance and undying attitude to do the best have brought all the luxuries under his feet and today Lucky is living life of his dreams.

Enlightening about the challenging phase, he said that finding the resources was one of the toughest tasks. “It is all about knowing how to start. If you know the ‘what’, ‘how’ and ‘why’ about your work, you have already reached half the way towards success”, quoted the businessman. In less than 3 years, Asad Ravjani has got some of the most luxurious cars like Bentley, Rolls Royce and Range Rover. Besides this, his exotic home at Burj Khalifa speaks everything about the success of his business. At a very young age, Ravjani has reached the new heights of success and this entrepreneur has got a lot more to achieve in the coming years.

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