Monday, 1 May 2017

#BookReview ; Super Couples by Prachi Garg

In an era booming with the 'Startup' trend and loving this new

attitude of breaking boundaries and conventions of a career,
one also faces the challenge of being able to partner up with the right
people. In lieu of reliable and trustworthy partners, real life couples in
relationships have started exploring the idea of partnering up in
business too!
Speaking to various couple-preneurs, one realizes that the myth
about mixing work and home is just as misty as the one about needing
a stable and conventional job for an ambitious career. These dynamic
startups break stereotypes and cover a varied range of services: ecommerce,
innovative gifts, eco-friendly products, health care
solutions, social responsibility ventures, event management, digital
solutions and many others.
SuperCouples brings out such lovely stories of enterprising couples.
After all, when great minds come together to produce something
built on conjoined dreams, the result is eminently successful.

Super Couples is a non-fiction book written by Prachi Garg. Its her second book & its about entrepreneur couples. She describes herself as a true blue Mirandian & is an entrepreneur herself. She is an alumna of Great Lakes Institute of Management & has co-founded She is passionate about writing & travelling. This is her second book.

The book has success stories of 19 entrepreneur couples & their start-ups. There’s a huge variety of selection of entrepreneurs who talk about their passion like that of art, food, technology, etc. The author also discussed the hardships the entrepreneur couples faced in their journey & how they tackled it. To know more about their stories buy the book here,

First of all the author needs to be praised for picking such an awesome theme which breaks a stereotype that business should be kept apart from family,  a husband & wife can handle a start-up together & that too successfully.  And also I thank her for highlighting these start-ups. All the stories are inspiring especially for the young new India & portrays very well how we want our society to be. The cover is cute & title is apt. The language is simple too. Surely an interesting read.

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