Entrepreneur Informer celebrates the innovation, dedication, and success of a wide range of noteworthy entrepreneurs. Focusing not only on those who have had great ideas, but those who have successfully transformed their visions into original products, valuable services, and prominent companies, Entrepreneur Informer examines the trials and accomplishments of visionaries who have launched recognizable brands including Yahoo!, Home Depot, U-Haul, Best Buy, and H&M.
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- Sandro Veronesi: Fashion Retail Tycoon
Sandro Vernonesi was born in 1959 in Ala, Trento, Italy. In 1983 he graduated cum laude with a degree in Economics and Business from the University of Verona. After graduating he began working at Golden Lady Spa, the pantyhose company founded by Nerino Grassi.
In 1987 he founded Calzedonia Spa, while he was still employed at Golden Lady where he was already a director. Sandro’s store focused on tights and stockings. Business was good because by the end of the first year, Calzedonia had stores in three locations in Verona.
He married Nadia, one of
- Ajay Piramal: Indian Business Magnate
Ajay Piramal was born on August 3, 1955, in Rajasthan, India. In his late 50s, Ajay who is married with two children, resides in Mumbai, India. He earned a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree from Bombay University.
Ajay began in his family’s textile business when he was 22 years old. He then shifted from textiles to pharmaceuticals. This proved to be a great move. In 2010 his big payday came when he sold his domestic formulation business to Abbott for $3.8 billion.
From his pharmaceutical base Ajay is
- Florentino Perez: Construction And Sports Head
Florentino Perez was born on March 8, 1947, in Hortaleza, Madrid, Spain. Now in his late 60s, he studied at the Polytechnic University of Madrid and is a civil engineer. In 1979, Florentino joined the Union of the Democratic Centre party, serving on the Madrid city council among others. As a candidate for the Democratic Reform Party he ran in the Spanish general elections of 1986.
Aside from politics Florentino is also a successful businessman. He was named vice president of OCP Constructiones in 1993. In 1997 OCP and Gines y Navarro merged to