Source: Dainik Bhaskar (03-Nov-2018)
Savji Dhanji Dholakia , born 12 April 1962, is the founder and chairman of Hari Krishna Exports Pvt. Ltd., a Diamond manufacturing and exporting company with manufacturing units at Surat in Gujarat, India and its marketing and sales office in Mumbai, Maharashtra India. He is known as Mr. Savji Kaka in the diamond circles.His company currently exports finished diamonds to more than 50 countries directly from Mumbai. The company also has affiliates in the US, Belgium, UAE, Hong Kong and China.
Savji Dholakia’s diamond company is among the top 5 in the industry.The company has achieved many prestigious awards over the years for their outstanding performance. For instance Hari Krishna Exports Pvt. Ltd. has been recipient of the Gem & Jewellery Export Promotion Council awards for the past 12 consecutive years from 2003–2014. Organizations outside India have also taken a note of its achievements the most recent being the Jewellery News Asia Awards (Hong Kong) and the Stevie Awards (Paris) for the year 2014. He was Received The GJEPC’s Annual Export Award for the year 2010-11 from Shri Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India .
Dholakia is best known for giving his employees cars, jewellery and homes worth USD 8 million (50 crore INR) as a reward for meeting targets. He gave away 491 cars (Fiat Punto), 525 pieces of diamond jewellery and 200 apartments to mark the Hindu festival of Diwali in October 2014 as bonuses.He has been rewarding employees of his firm with diamond jewellery, new cars and flats for meeting their annual targets for the last three years.
He did it again in October 2015, presenting valuable gifts to selected 1,268 employees and again in 2016 he had gifted 400 flats and 1,260 cars to his employees.Continuing the trend, he gifted three Mercedes-Benz GLS SUVs worth Rs 3 crore to senior three staffers who completed 25 years at the company in September 2018 .
On the auspicious occasion of Diwali 2018, he is presenting 600 cars to his employees. There is also a news that he asked his son to go out to find a job with meagre 7000 rs. in his pocket. His son did that. He went through the hardship a common man in India goes through in his early years of career. Savjibhai did this to make his son understand the real value of money. As the son of a rich business tycoon, his son had all the amenities. However after going through this turmoil he realized how much money means to him as well as to others.
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