Mr. Paras Shahdadpuri, Chairman, NIKAI Group of Companies, is an ex-diplomat serving the Indian government. Today, a leading businessman who is affectionately known in business circles as a Gentleman and a Statesman, he is the winner of the prestigious Bharat Shiromani Award; owner of a Superbrand; and above all a philanthropist who takes deep pride in serving the community.
Mr. Paras Shahdadpuri has been honored with many accolades and titles for serving the business community. He received the ‘CEO International Achievement Award for 2012’ at power brands hall of fame and was hailed for his contribution to the Global Electronic Sector during the Middle East Business Leaders’ Summit in 2013. Forbes listed him as one of the top Indian leaders in UAE and he has been featured as 100 Most Influential Global Indians.
He started with trading in commodities in 1988 and chose Dubai to be the headquarters of his business activity and this laid the foundation of the NIKAI Group of Companies – a diversified business group which has forayed into Electronics, Home Appliances, IT, FMCG and Retail Food Chain.
“I believe the path of perfection is long and fortunately never ending. Fortunately because it helps us to remain on our toes and move forward towards perfecting our standards of conduct and product.”
Looking back on the success story of Nikai, I neither had the confidence nor the vision when we launched it. Today it has surpassed all expectations and carved a niche as the undisputed number one private brand in electronic products. All I had was the conviction that once I set my heart and mind into it, the overall resultant would be outstanding. Whenever I have put in my hundred percent dedication in any venture, it has been a satisfying success.
Today Nikai range of over 400 products has over 60 million satisfied customers in over 60 countries. Our tag line, ‘Mr. Reliable’ is synonymous with my personal ideologies and this seems to have impressed our client base. Today, Nikai is responding to the requirements of the complete strata of the society, be it the lower income range to high end income group.”