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‘Go big or go home’ – Tel Ganesan’s entrepreneurial journey is based on this mantra

Tel's 'Kyyba' began as an IT services agency and has since grown by leaps and bounds and stretched its wings into a variety of ventures.

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Kyyba has become a household name in Michigan, and it will soon be heard in every home in the United States. It is the brainchild of Tel Ganesan who worked for 13 years with Chrysler.

Kyyba began as an IT services agency and has since grown by leaps and bounds and stretched its wings into a variety of ventures. Today, it has a presence in every major industry, including Emerging Technologies, R&D to accelerate innovation, Health and Wellness, Entertainment (Kyyba Film & Kyyba Music), and a non-profit foundation.

Tel is a person who sets an example for others to follow. He’s taught many entrepreneurs and dreamers who want to start their own business. Tel believes if they have the will and the tenacity, they can succeed. He lives by the mantra ‘Go big or go home.’ He came to the United States as a young 21-year-old Indian man to pursue the American dream, and now, there is no turning back.

The attitude of never backing down is what helped Tel in making it big in the industry. Shortly after he started his first company Kyyba.Inc , the great recession of 2008 took over the global economy by a storm and while some of the big names in the industry shuddered, Tel’s resolve grew Kyyba’s roots deeper and stronger. He broadened his horizons by launching additional businesses that have since taken off.

Tel is a firm believer in the concept of lifelong learning. He claims that he does his best to stay current with industry advancements, and that he even has a dedicated R&D team working to bring something fresh to the table. Tel’s Entrepreneurial journey continues as he keeps looking out for opportunities to dig deep and fill the gaps.

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