An article entitled “Omaha Native Vinod Gupta Spreads The Wealth: The Continous Cycle Of Prosperity Through Targeted Philanthropy”, talks about how few entrepreneurs feed into the cyclical system of resounding success in a poignant, meaningful, insightful, and truly selfless way. He’s also understood the vast value of education and has seen the opportunities that education has allotted him firsthand.
Vinod Gupta is an American businessman and a native of India. He was born in a low-income family but managed to beat the odds and attended one of the best universities in India, IIT Kharagpur. He got his Bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Engineering and a scholarship to Master agricultural engineering and business from the University of Nebraska Lincoln. In total, he has earned three honorary doctorate degrees, two Masters’ and a Bachelor’s degree.
He is the managing director of Everest Capital Partners, Inc. the location of the organization is Omaha, Nebraska, in the United States. Through Everest Equity, Gupta can acquire companies or have minority ownership. In addition, small start-up businesses can develop from the funding, getting management experts and the relevant contacts through Everest Ventures. For strategic planning and business transactions, help is made available to the companies through Everest Consulting.
Vinod believes in the philosophy of having nothing when we die, and just as the way, we came with nothing. The philosophy has led him to start foundations to help the less fortunate. Fuelled by his love for education, he has set a foundation for graduates to gain leadership skills via Vinod Gupta School of Management in IIT Kharagpur.
Vinod Gupta and Kharagpur alumni teamed up to offer material and financial support to the non-salaried population within Kharagpur during COVID 19 pandemic. All the people who depended on the Campus.
Gupta, the Kharagpur alumni, and other donors have fed over ten thousand workers and some given cash through public fundraising. The aid will assist the workers in surviving the pandemic. The fundraising initiative has portrayed Vinod Gupta as the few people who remember where they came from and strive for making life better those who helped him get the better life. Refer to this article to learn more.
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