Sanjay Shah Takes Autism Rocks Further Towards It Goal

Speaking to EPN about his noble initiative “Autism Rocks”, Sanjay Shah reveals some amazing information about his philanthropic project and also, the success he has enjoyed as an entrepreneur.

Sanjay Shah has done many a great things when it comes to Solo Capital and his professional career can serve as a talisman for budding entrepreneurs hoping to make it in the industry. His role in Solo Capital has allowed many a young entrepreneurs to try their luck at running a business and Sanjay Shah has always been a stellar role model.
However, his biggest achievement is “Autism Rocks” which was founded by Shah after Nikhil, his son, was diagnosed with the neuro disorder. Before this initiative, he was working in his company Solo Capital in London where the head office of the brokerage firm is based.

In his interview with EPN, Sanjay Shah says that there are two main things people should know and remember before they start their own business. The first and most important thing is to never underestimate the amount of money it takes to run and kickstart a successful business. The other is micromanaging and its importance – people can’t do everything on their own and budding entrepreneurs shouldn’t try to.

In order to fund research for Autism, Sanjay Shah has combined his twin passions – his family and music. In 2016, Autism Rocks would be funding the Autism Rocks Fest where Tyga, Flo Rida, and several other well known names are going to perform. The show would help brings families together and will also raise some valuable awareness about autism.

Sanjay Shah has previously done some great work with Solo Capital and his brokerage firm has been quite successful because of his leadership skills. He has ensured that the focus is always on customer education and satisfaction, even with his company and that is the reason why Solo Capital has helped to reevaluate benchmarks in the industry.

There is no doubt that he will make Autism Rocks a success in the same way as Solo Capital and will not only help to generate awareness about Autism but will also give a healthy outlet to people and families who are struggling with the disorder.