Taking over reigns of business in 1996, the then youngster started at an annual turnover of 12 crores, which reached almost 300 CRORES in March’17. Deemed manufacturing of value added yarns & fabrics, import of yarn & fabric, exports to South American, South African & European markets are his babies. But the yarn business was not enough for him. He had the insight, vision & urge to carry his trade to a separate tangent which would change to axis of working standards. Having inherited the traits of working for social causes, he chose affordable housing as an entry into the real estate arena in 2016 and is currently focussing on a dwelling unit of about 500 houses under affordable housing at Dindoli, Surat. He joined the board of PRIME BANK in 2010 & has been an activist in the loan department & administrative committee till May 2015, when he was elected chairman of the bank by the board of directors. He was awarded best youth chairman amongst all co-operative banks in 2016.