His first invention was in the field of petroleum conservation instrument where he earned fame and half a dozen patents to his credit.
Knowing that jaundice is a water-borne disease, Gupta researched and analyzed all the available water purifier in the market.
He was dissatisfied with available options and decided to make a better quality purifier. After several trails, he made his own water purifier and became confident that is product is good enough to be marketed. “Coming from an engineering background, making my own water purifier was not difficult task; all I needed to do was export the components. – Mahesh Gupta
The experiment turned into success. And then I thought to bring it out in commercially in the market. I started from scratch with an investment of about 1 lac and four member team.
Today Kent has grown 40% market share in RO mineral and has turnover 580 crore and 2,500 employees.