As the investment landscape around us becomes more volatile and several get-rich-quick schemes try to sway us left, right and centre, it becomes a necessity to develop a sound financial mind.Join Saurabh Mukherjea, founder of Marcellus Investment Managers, and author of “Coffee Can Investing”, as he takes you on a captivating journey through the world of investments, peppered with anecdotes and success stories. Saurabh, along with his cohort of financial experts come together to simplify and condense years of investment knowledge with real life case studies on how to build your wealth.
Today we’re breaking down India’s largest jewelry business, Titan. Titan began life as a watchmaker in 1984 through a joint venture between India’s biggest conglomerate, Tata Group, and the Tamilnadu state government. Today, the vast majority of its $4 billion in revenue come from its collection of jewelry brands, and Tanishq in particular.
To break down the business, I’m joined by Saurabh Mukherjea, the founder and Chief Investment Officer of Marcellus Investment Managers. We cover the importance of jewelry to Indian consumers, the intricacies of retailing across India, and how Titan stands head and shoulders above its competitors in terms of profitability. Please enjoy this breakdown of Titan.