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The Guy who Quit Google to Sell Samosas | Munaf Kapadia | TEDxSereneMeadows

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Before selling Samosas at TBK, he sold ads for 4 years at Google. The Bohri Kitchen was created to simply keep his mom busy, so he could get more time with the living room television. Eventually with the power of his mother’s cooking skills TBK turned into a mini bohri food revolution. The momentum required him to quit Google to sell Samosas and take up the mantle of Chief Eating Officer. 3 years hence he’s fortunate to have raised funding from the who’s who of the Restaurant Industry, set up their first outlet in Kamala Mills, taken TBK to the Top 10 on TripAdvisor, achieved recognition as the “Best Bohri Food Restaurant” by Times Food Guide and was elected as Forbes 30 under 30 and one of the top 50 food influencers in the country. Munaf Kapadia, in his late twenties, did something not many would have the courage to do so. He decided to connect the two dots of the unavailability of the authentic Bohri cuisine and the fact that his mother loved to cook food. Before selling Samosas at TBK, he sold ads for 4 years at Google. The Bohri Kitchen was created to simply keep his mom busy, so he could get more time with the living room television. Eventually with the power of his mother’s cooking skills TBK turned into a mini bohri food revolution. The momentum required him to quit Google to sell Samosas and take up the mantle of Chief Eating Officer. 3 years hence he’s fortunate to have raised funding from the who’s who of the Restaurant Industry, set up their first outlet in Kamala Mills, taken TBK to the Top 10 on TripAdvisor, achieved recognition as the “Best Bohri Food Restaurant” by Times Food Guide and was elected as Forbes 30 under 30 and one of the top 50 food influencers in the country. Munaf Kapadia, in his late twenties, did something not many would have the courage to do so. He decided to connect the two dots of the unavailability of the authentic Bohri cuisine and the fact that his mother loved to cook food. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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