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Manoj Raikar, Founder at Acoustix The Music People

Great Companies: How did you get your idea or concept for the business?

Manoj Raikar: Coming from a family of musicians, music has always been in my blood. But it took almost 7 years of corporate 9-5 to realise my true calling. I started teaching part post my work hours initially and later quit my job to start teaching full-time.

Great Companies: What are the various Services provided by Acoustix The Music People?

Manoj Raikar: Acoustix TMP is aimed at providing for all your musical needs. Apart from music education for Piano, Keyboards, Guitar and several other instruments, we also have Karaoke Studio. We do composition and arrangements for original music.

Great Companies: What makes Acoustix The Music People different from hundreds of other music education institutes?

Manoj Raikar:

Acoustix TMP was established to provide the best quality music education at affordable prices. We've spent hundreds of hours in research designing content for a variety of instruments and for all ages. We are also one of the very few music schools across the country who specialise in music for Preschoolers. Our Music Foundation Program is aimed at providing a wholesome music experience to young beginners (age 4-6 yrs) exposing them to the three dimensions of music - Melody, Rhythm and Vocals

Great Companies: What are the struggles and challenges you face?

Manoj Raikar: We live in a country where music is still considered purely as a hobby. We have a hard time convincing parents the possibilities of looking at music as a full time career.

Great Companies: How do you plan to grow in the future? What does 5 years down the line look like for Acoustix The Music People?

Manoj Raikar: Next 5 yrs look exponentially promising for Acoustix TMP. We are currently working with three centers and associated with 3 international playschools. We are looking at setting centers across the city and increasing our school associations.

Great Companies: If you had one piece of advice to someone just starting out, what would it be?

Manoj Raikar: Keep the passion alive, work with empathy towards your students, and success will be inevitable.



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