Sunday, 13 July 2014

Turning valuable apprehension into grade : Saahil Peerzaada

Saahil Peerzaada, an up-and-coming entrepreneur, has distinctly demonstrated the drive, diligence and the never-say-die attitude to make his dreams come true. He founded Expandable Infra Pvt. Ltd. with the purpose of making smart investments in the field of Oil & Gas and Real estate sector. The company, under the leadership of Saahil Peerzaada, helps national and international companies in expanding their horizons by removing the financial constraints that limit the growth.

Saahil Peerzaada has always been known to keep it simple. To realise his ideas, he prepared concept statements in black and white, helping him discover significant components of a project. He followed it up with intelligent research into crucial dynamics that warranted thorough attention in a business plan. As his idea took shape as a concept statement, he was in a position to evaluate the business more effectively for potential challenges and pitfalls.

His clear business concept enabled him to concisely illustrate the specific nature of the business to suppliers, customers, lenders, and resource team members. For example, he never said 'I want to enter into the business of making investments into companies'. It was too vague and conveyed very little. Instead, he said 'I plan to start an investment company that made informed and smart investments into the Oil and Gas field. I want to offer strategic planning and consulting services to large-scale companies, provide assessment to help clients improve efficiency and institute processes for innovation and change.' Now this makes more sense.

Importantly, Saahil Peerzaada didn't wait to have everything figured out before launching into his business. In fact, it's impossible to even know all of the questions you should be asking prior to launch. He gave himself the permission to experiment with the core concept while transparently asking for input during his alpha and beta phase. After all, it is far better to launch with 80 percent of an idea developed than it is to sit on 95 percent and never launch.

A lot of great business ideas never make it beyond the idea stage. There is a lack of clear-cut understanding of the end goal. Many end up taking their ideas to the grave.

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