The world hosts people that are more skilled than others in every trade, skill, and practice imaginable; no matter what’s at hand, all humans will never be of the same caliber. When it comes to business – especially the application of tech-heavy methods of tracking information in databases – Vinod Gupta is one of the best in the business, if not the very best in all of the database technology niche.
Not too long ago, IdeaMensch, a web page that is constantly updated with articles about some of the biggest names in business across the United States, got the rights to an interview with Mr. Vinod Gupta. Throughout the long interview, the IdeaMensch lead interviewer and the powerful, popular Mr. Gupta talked about everything under the sun as it relates to business as Mr. Vinod Gupta knows it.
Mr. Gupta’s favorite book is Harry Geneen’s Managing, as it details the creation of the school Vinod Gupta went to in his hopes of furthering his education while he lived in India; while at ITT, located in Uttar Pradesh, Mr. Vinod Gupta took home a Bachelor’s Degree that specialized in Agriculture Engineering.
Vinod went onto start a career and subsequently start his own businesses. He founded the Business Research Services and American Business Lists (ABI), which helped businesses obtain information on prospective clients.
The favorite computer program of Mr. Vinod Gupta is either any popular social media platform or any effective automated marketing tool, especially if the two are used together, though they must work well with one another in synchrony. Go To This Page for additional information.
Vinod Gupta refrains from spending much of his sizable nest egg on day-to-day purchases, though one purchase he’s always willing to make is that of the Wall Street Journal. He shared with IdeaMensch that he estimated he reads the paper for about an hour each day, maybe longer on Sundays, as Gupta tries his hardest to seek out trends around the world that could shape the industry he works in.
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