Sunil’s Prince Organization is an Orange County - California, based Hospitality Company that owns award winning hotels franchised by World's largest hotel brands like IHG, MARRIOTT, HILTON, CHOICE, BEST WESTERN, HYATT and STARWOOD. At present Sunil is working on a goal of having at least 1 outstanding hotel in each state, by year 2015. Sunil currently resides in Orange County with his wife Neelam and two sons Krish and Aryan.
When asked, ‘Why franchise branded hotels?” Sunil replied, “Brands deliver experience to the guests and to the owners we get RevPAR performances which mitigates the risks and maximizes the risk-adjusted returns.”
Sunil was born in Mumbai in 1968. He was raised by his parents along with his younger brother and sister. He finished his formal education at Bandra and got into his family business. In 1993 he had to forgo his college education, dropping out of 2nd year college and left for the U.S. He arrived in Los Angeles and started his first job as a cashier at an Arco gas station at less than prevailing minimum wages. As he could not afford a car, he was forced to walk three miles to and from work every day. Thereafter he took another job as a driver with Canara Technologies at $750/ month, a distributor of computer peripherals and parts. At that company, he worked his way up the ladder and become a vice president overseeing its semiconductor division at a salary of $ 4000/ month including benefits: a Mercedes car, lunch, phone and medical benefits. He also networked with the industry’s business leaders and executives and in DEC 96 started a memory trading division for PRINCETON TECHNOLOGY INC, where he was the sole trader, trading billions of dollars worth of memory chips making millions of dollars in commission. In June 2000, Sunil decided to take an 80% stake in a semiconductor company, a Memory Card International, Inc., in the city of Fullerton in the year 2000. To date, he is the 80% majority owner where he again traded billions of dollars worth of chips. Though the semiconductor business has significantly slowed down, he still services a handful of clients and customers.
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