From Vision to Reality: The journey of 63 moonsby Ankita Sehgal Freelance Blogger, Lives in New Delhi
In an age of innovation and entrepreneurship, the young and the upwardly mobile are passionately chasing the inspiring stories of India’s talent and industriousness. As one scouts for those, one stumbles upon 63 moons technologies, formerly known as FTIL, a company that transformed the landscape of Indian Financial Markets in less than a decade.
In fact, it is the one company that realized its dream of ‘Make in India’ by taking Indian innovations to global standards in terms of operations, scale and size. It was a good 15 years ago when 63 moons adopted and implemented ‘Make in India’ a new vision.
63 moons have always believed in empowering India with the presence of robust markets systems and simultaneously aimed at creating more skills and jobs. All his ventures created more than a million job opportunities and generated massive revenue for the nation which is a big achievement.
It is worth noting that even that there were several billion-dollar companies in the stock market that did not impact the masses the way they should. This idea of innovation & growth has been the main philosophy of 63 moons which helped it to attain the niche position in the market full of competition.
63 moons is creditable in terms of bringing the much-needed transformation in the exchange markets. Its vision has been innovation, which helps the Indian financial market in multiple ways. All its innovations have been guided by the spirited thought that if a corporate entity does not involve at least a 100-crore people in a land of 125 crores, its presence and growth has little significance.
In a very short span of time, 63 moons, through its inventive planning and innovative product range, emerged as a leading financial market infrastructure group in India. All the exchanges and ecosystem ventures developed by the 63 moons group have been India-centric with all operations conducted by Indians in India with the benefits flowing to India. Exchanges and ecosystem ventures of the 63 moons group have been revenue-generating and employment-intensive. These will certainly go a long way in meeting India’s job requirement in the days of entrepreneurship and innovation.
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