Moneycontrolâ€™s Anchal Pathak talks to the spunky chef and entrepreneur about the triumphs and tribulations of being a food-preneur in India
Pooja Dhingra started her venture at the age of 23. Fresh out of one of the worldâ€™s most famous pastry schools, Dhingra set about the daunting task of setting up her business. The patisserie was started with a crew of 3 people way back in 2010 and broke even within the first year. Fast forward 8 years and Pooja now boasts of a crew of 85 with a 5,000 sq ft kitchen and 5 stores.
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