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Hari Krishna Exports Celebrates 21 Years

Jul 2, 2013 4:25 AM   By Hari Krishna Exports
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Press Release: Hari Krishna Exports celebrated its 21st anniversary on July 2, 2013. All employees as well as the management were in Indian traditional dress to celebrate this occasion.

Ghanshyam Dholakia, the managing director available on the occasion, said, “Over 21 years ago in 1992 we started this company with a few employees and a meager turnover of INR 1 crore and today have reached INR 2,500 crore with more than 5,000 employees. Its been an awesome journey so far. Every member of this Hari Krishna family has contributed to our rapid growth and success."

On this occasion, the company also announced a celebration offer of 1.21 percent on every purchase made, from July 2 to 13.

Along with the 21st anniversary celebration, the company also unveiled the first edition of its in house newsletter, the HK Connect. The newsletter is aimed at inter -connecting all the departments, bringing our hidden talents, improving employee engagement and thereby improving overall employee performance and contribution.

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