Suresh Kaneriya of Kaneriya Oil Industries believes that everytime you take a queen, you have to take a cover. And they have got Gujarat covered. Next stop: rest of India
With six manufacturing units, 2,100 dealers and 12,000 retailers in its network, Star Cement is the largest player by sales and production in the region with 80 percent sales coming from the region. Now it wants to spread across India
Sharply earmarking geographies has helped regional brands become kings and queens in their respective kingdoms. And most don't aspire the emperor's throne
The founders might be late to the game, but Peps has grown steadily to become the biggest spring mattress brand in the country by lording over South Indian markets. Now, the company wants to step out of its regional bastion
Milk Mantra has disrupted the dairy market in Odisha with its premium products. Can it find greener pastures in the rest of India?
Prataap Snacks started in a 100 sq ft room, and its founders sensed an opportunity in entering the big FMCG race by entering the national capital first. Can it knock down the big boys?
The apparel maker has grown by fanning out across tier III cities and beyond in north and west India, doling out heavy discounts to attract customers
Sahil and Salil Bansal took guard of the then-stagnated 50-year-old National Soap Mills and jump started the business with a perfumed white soap--cementing its name in Rajasthan and Punjab
The Rajkot brand is the undisputed leader in four states that national food giants haven't been able to penetrate yet; Chandubhai Virani's refusal to sell has paid off, and now the company is now eyeing a pan-India presence