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Yash Jain, Managing Director at Shree Sai Marble

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

Yash Jain: It's a family business the elder generation started of with indian range of marble and granite as we entered we took it to next level that's globally importing material from vietnam, china, protugal, italy, turkey, oman etc.

Great Companies: what are the various services provided by Shree Sai Marble

Yash Jain: We are one of the biggest importer of vietnamese material majorly into white colour base we have our manufacturing unit at kishangarh (asia largest market) there we process the raw material into finished goods and then dispatch them to various stores at udaipur silvassa and mumbai.

We also have a very wide range of coloured material at our retail store in mumbai.

Great Companies: What makes Shree Sai Marble from hundreds of other similar service providers?

Yash Jain:

Price quality commitment and after sale services. Our product is natural no warranty and guarantee is attached to sales but we try our level best to resolve all possible queries arise during the whole transit of seeing buying and dispatching material.

Great Companies: What were the struggles and challenges you faced and how did you overcome them?

Yash Jain: Challenges are good for any business it excite me to keep going ahead in my business and bring up new ideas and innovations. Biggest challenge faced by us was introduction of vetrified tiles in market it was a real hit to our industry because it was easier to lay and saves lot of cost but over period of time with introduction of new colour and design from all over the world market has stabilized and both marble and tiles are been used in most of the projects.

Great Companies: How do you plan to grow in the future? What does 5 years down the line look like for Shree Sai Marble?

Yash Jain: Last 3 years was a complete setback for world all growth rate got affected so we are also affected badly now as market is getting back on track I would see my company at a faster rate would be listed in stock market and grow on global platform "Shree Sai Marble" should be every household name who wants a quality and price effective material"

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

Yash Jain: Previously people used to say wait and watch then move ahead but now this phrase is changed if you wait and watch you will be left behind you have to run as fast as you can be the first to introduce new things try new things everyday because people choice and taste change in seconds.



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