He Is down-to-earth, not pretentious, not overbearing, maybe a little biased towards doing the right thing.
Christened Newsmaker by The Economic Times, philanthropist, serial entrepreneur, business leader, investor, speaker, inventor, publisher, Tel K. Ganesan is also a respected Hollywood producer. No wonder he is often called a Bohemian!
Tel Ganesan is definitely not your typical businessman. Three decades in the US, four films set for world release, over a dozen successful businesses and he still spends his spare time writing poetry, brushing up his histrionics and honing his skillsets. Packed with insights, Ganesan as a mentor is a vital resource for small business owners young, budding entrepreneurs and both new and established professionals looking to avoid the pitfalls that threaten fledgling companies. One of the most successful business creators, Ganesan’s easygoing nature, never-say-die attitude, infallible business acumen can actually make launching your own company a cinch.
To many, Ganesan is a personal hero, a true mentor who can turn your wayward strategy upside down and set you on the right path for a rock-solid business plan of action. Ganesan is known for his fresh perspective and careful approach and his success story is an inspiration.
Ganesan as a 21-year-old boarded his flight to the US with nothing but his belief, not in miracles but in himself. Every day was not smooth, and there were times that would make him want to go back to the comforts of his hearth and home, but he stuck on. “When you want something bad enough, you push to make it happen. It is as simple as that,” Ganesan says simply.
Tel Ganesan had initially arrived in the US to pursue higher education in engineering, subsequently landed entry-level jobs and eventually earned degrees in engineering as well as a Masters of Business Administration from the prestigious University of Michigan and followed that up with 15 years in Chrysler.
Today, Ganesan runs numerous companies in the tech and healthcare sectors under his Kyyba family of corporations. His production house Kyyba Films is behind Christmas Coupon (2019), Celebrity Crush (2020), Devil’s Night: Dawn of the Nain Rouge (2020), and Trap City (2021), as well as developing new projects including American movies with their roots in India.
Ganesan is also the proud owner of a patent for a manpower utilization tool. “I realized the need for a service to deal with manufacturing and production problems in real-time scenario; of manpower utilization in complex environment — how to quickly identify who is on leave for any amount of time and the work divided needs to be balanced off. There are many variables involved in the process of maintaining that balance, and so my team and I designed and patented an algorithm that helps decide in real-time, who is to be assigned to which workstation and who is qualified to do what kind of job, etc. considering all factors of production — and quickly. It minimizes the downtime and is the future of innovation. This way firms will efficiently save a great deal of money thanks to discretionary planning.”
In Kyyba Healthcare, Tel Ganesan is developing innovative Software as a Service (SaaS) products. “Our goal is to make wellness available for everyone and not just the celebrities and the nouveau riche.”
As a publisher, Tel Ganesan wants to see the pen returned to its rightful place—mightier than the sword! “The power of writing is immense and I want to restore the pen to its former glory.”
Tel Ganesan is also a public speaker, mentor, and provides seed funding for projects he believes in. He was the immediate past President of The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE) Detroit chapter for the second term (2016-2018) and previously the president of the chapter for two consecutive years (2009-2010), successfully chairing 5 mega annual conferences (TiECONs).
Tel Ganesan leaves behind these words for the new generation: “You know you’re successful when you can’t fall asleep, because your reality has become so much more exciting than your dreams. So, love yourself. Believe in yourself. Celebrate successes. Analyse weaknesses. Do your thing. Remember, faith and pride will always hold your head up when everyone else has their head bowed. Don’t look for a successful person and try to emulate them. The real successful personality can always be you!” The entrepreneurial spirit radiates from these wise words. More power to Tel Ganesan!
———By Vedant Gill
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