Starting with Rs 5 lakh he built a Rs 35 crore turnover tea chain and created nearly 3,000 franchise owners

By | Bilal Khan |

It must have taken plenty of courage and confidence for Uday Srinivas Tangella to quit a high-paying job in Dubai and return to India to do business and then set up a humble tea shop, of all things.

Uday had worked in different software companies after graduating in electronics and communications engineering from TRR Engineering College, Hyderabad, in 2006. His last job was in Dubai, where he lived a luxurious life and drove a Jaguar.

So, when he quit that job at age 29 and returned to India, his family was not amused by his decision.

“They thought I had made a wrong move in my career,” says Uday, founder of Tea Time, one of the fastest growing tea chains in the country.

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