There is no shortage of talent in India There is a shortcoming, just to identify the talent and to create a different identity from him, who has done this, then no one can stop him from achieving success. ‘Jahan Chah Jahan Raah’ has been proved by 40-year-old Bolapalli Srikanth in the truth. Yes, today we will tell you about the success of Bolapalli, knowing that you will get to learn a lot from his life. Bolapalli Srikanth’s success story is very interesting. Bolapalli Srikanth from his very young age Started earning for family Was. Srikanth, who lives in Wilson Garden, Bengaluru, decided to quit his studies and take up a job in class 10.
In fact, Srikanth’s family was dependent on farming and had a lot of debt, so Srikanth left his studies to work in the flower farm of an acquaintance from his hometown in Nizamabad district of Telangana to Nalamangala, which is located on the outskirts of Bangalore. Was engaged He worked here for eighteen to twenty hours and within two years he understood everything about the business of floriculture and from here he decided to do something different which changed his life completely. When Srikanth was 18, he left his job and started his own business. His family did not agree to this decision but he did not give up and started his flower retail business with Rs 20,000.
Srikanth, who came out to fulfill his dreams with 20,000 rupees, is a well-known name in the list of florists in India today. Srikanth became adept at cultivating, harvesting, marketing and exporting them and started his own flower shop at his home in Wilson Garden, Bangalore, at a location of 200 square feet. Within two years, his business started growing and his clientele continued to grow, which led to the purchase of 30 acres of land at Tubgere in Dodaballapur Taluk and started floriculture in 2005 and was named Srikanth Farms.
Shrikant’s flowers started going to big hotels, weddings, birthdays and many other events and by 2009-10, he started his work in 30 acres. The name Vensai Floritech was given by Srikanth to his floriculture business and this name is familiar to everyone in India today. Please tell that Srikanth did not stop here, he later bought 10 acres and land in Coonoor in Nilgiris district of Tamil Nadu, for which he took a loan of 15 crore from the bank. Srikanth Farms smells of the fragrance of flowers, in this farm Lab, Gerbera, Carnation and Guisophilia are planted in greenhouses and polyhouses. Lilliums and carnations are planted in Coonoor.
The fragrance of flowers made Srikkanth’s entire life fragrant. Let me tell you that only 10% of Srikanth’s business comes from the flowers of his fields and he is sourced from Ooty, Kodaikanal. He also imports flowers from Thailand, Australia, New Zealand and Holland in view of increasing demand. Srikanth, who worked for a salary of Rs 1000 a month, has an annual turnover of Rs 70 crore today and his farm at Wilson Garden today employs 300 employees and 80 employees have their accommodation arrangements. Shrikant told the youth that ‘Yug generation should dream big and think about the much needed change. Only youth can break barriers and set themselves free. Something new and different, which I have done. ‘