Corporate people turns into food entrepreneurs

Corporate people turns into food entrepreneurs

Today we are going to share with you some amazing stories of people who have quit promising careers in the corporate world because they wanted to pursue their passion.


Kochi-based Mondo offers delicious milkshakes. The brand also offers food with a fusion of Mediterranean and Continental flavours.

In December 2017, after quitting his job in Dubai, Pradeep set up Mondo with his co-founders,Anup Mohan and Srikanth Ch, former CEO and CPO of Styl (acquired by Voonik), respectively, and Dileep Nair of Ornate Tours and Travels and Sheeba Nair, a former employee of Emirates Airlines.

The founders claim that the company’s current revenue is Rs 1.75 crore (Rs 1.5 crore from B2C and Rs 25 lakh from B2B).

monQo already has four unit-franchises in Kerala and three master franchises in Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka.

Roll Xpress

Amit Chugh and Gaurav Satija decided to sell Kolkata’s signature kathi rolls in Punjab.

They now sell kathi rolls across Delhi, Chandigarh, Ludhiana and Ambala. With 20 outlets serving up an average of 2,500 orders each day, the founders claim they clock sales of Rs 75 lakh per month.

Nizami in J&K

Former Amazon employee Javid Parsa quit his job to return to his home state of Jammu & Kashmir to start Parsa’s, a fusion of Kolkata and Hyderabadi cuisine.

A menu featuring items priced between Rs 50 and Rs 190 helps Parsa’s attract the young college crowd.

It has outlets across Srinagar, Ladakh, Anantnag, Sopore and Awantipora.

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