Just yesterday, Ivon Kralova (name changed) inaugurated a book cum coffee shop cum library with the huge amount that she won with betting on reliable Greek betting companies (etairies stoiximaton).
Ivon’s husband is an individual mechanic who is now planning to start a car wash chain with the betting amount.
Ivon says that her next target is to start a company that will wholesale juicer mixer grinders, food processors, garlic choppers, banana slicers, cutlery sets, electronic toasters, electric water and tea kettles.
Being the wife of a mechanic, Ivon is a car enthusiast and she reads a lot about cars. Ivon says that although India is seen as one of the fastest developing countries, the business it generates for some of the topmost efficient companies is peanuts compared to what other countries do. Ivon says that Toyota, Nissan, Skoda and Volkswagen take the Indian market for granted and don’t ever bother to launch their latest models in India. Ivon likes to give the example of the Nissan Micra, it is 2019 already and Nissan has been selling the same fourth generation Nissan Micra which it launched back in 2010 whereas most other countries have got the 2016 model aka the Fifth generation long ago. Ivon says that many of the mainstream car makers like Opel aka Vauxhall, Fiat, General Motors and others have left the Indian market long ago.
Ivon has great hopes for the SAIC Motor. Ivon says that sky is the limit for the SAIC Motor and they are going to prove the same by their MG cars.
Ivon wonders why other companies don’t name their cars after the name of their cities and towns like SEAT Motors does.
Ivon says that the governments of the poor countries should start making competitive cars to increase their revenue.