Ivan Kulaev. Under a lucky star
Notes of a Russian businessman. 1875-1930.
Cover handmade genuine leather (shagreen)
Format 158х230 mm
100 numbered copies.
Paper Modigliani (Italy)
Domestic entrepreneurs read success stories of Western business leaders, not knowing about the Russian heroes. Even Hollywood is tired of biographies of American billionaires would be suitable for memories of Ivan Kulaev, more like an adventurous novel than a biography of a simple Russian merchant. In the ongoing struggle for the success of the business despite natural disasters, the officials, the difficult conditions of work in the impassable taiga, the Chinese uprising and the vagaries of Russian business in the late XIX century, Russian entrepreneur literally made himself. A memoir misleadingly named "Under a lucky star, because the author owes his achievements fleeting is not the luck of the draw, but only perseverance and skills each time, defeated, to start from scratch. Kulaev, who was born shortly before the abolition of serfdom, at the age of seventeen was in charge of his father's company, and later founded the first in Siberia copper smelter and totally "surrendered the gold-digging activity, was a contractor on railway construction and established a flour Milling company. "Notes of a Russian entrepreneur" – inspirational experience of our compatriot, who did not give up in the face of failure, believe in your strength, cherish the good name and work for the good of society.