Sarathbabu, the man behind Food King
Let us talk about Sarathbabu, the man behind Food King. How he raised himself to the top and did something that not only changed their lives but also become an inspiration for millions.
People who dream and keep faith in their dreams and try their best to fulfill them. Nothing can stop them hard.
Friends, he has traveled from floor to floor.
Born in a very poor family
The world knows him as Foodking Sarathbabu. A boy from Chennai city named Sharath Babu who conquered all the difficulties with the force of his will, made his dream come true.
Born in a very poor house, in a slum in Chennai, Sharath completed his engineering from BITS PILANI and MBA from IIM Ahmedabad.
Today he is a big businessman and owner of Foodking Catering Services Pvt Ltd, company. In 2008, he was honored with the ‘Pepsi Youth Icon’ (Ideal Youth) Award.
Sharath was born in Madipakkam, Chennai. He has two elder sisters and two younger brothers. Sharath’s mother worked very hard to raise her five children. She was the only earner in his house. Sharath’s mother used to sell idlis in the morning, reduce to give food to the children in government schools in the afternoon. Despite being in such a bad condition, Sharath never gave up.
A big IT company offered him a job with a salary of Rs 8 lakh a year, but when he decided to turn down that job and start his own cutting company, it became a topic of discussion.
After MBA, Sharath did the work of selling Idli. His mother used to do the work to run the house. But he firmly focused his entire target on his catering company named “Foodking” and took it to the heights. Whose first unit opening was done by the hands of Mr.Narayana Murthy, founder of INFOSYS.
Today FoodKing has more than 500 branches all over India and FoodKing’s TURNOVER is worth crores. And the biggest thing is that today more than 50,000 people get employment through FoodKing.
At an early age, he touched the heights that everyone will be inspired by him.
Seeing the poverty of the ant by snatching food from the mouth, what Sharathbabu did, is really a journey from floor to floor!