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Who's Who of Melbourne's Indian Community 2017
KD Ahuja (left)

KD Ahuja—Executive

A prominent real estate agent and business owner, KD Ahuja is the Selling Principal of Ray White Hoppers Crossing. Having worked exceptionally hard throughout his career—his first job in Australia more than 16 years ago was as a security officer—Ahuja’s upbeat attitude and passion for real estate is relentless. He is committed to providing an incomparable service for his clients and the community at large. With Ahuja’s ongoing success, there is no wonder that he has such a long list of repeat clients and referral business.

Ahuja also mentors and provides leadership to the ever growing sales and property management departments. A proud local, he has extensive knowledge of the Western Suburbs and has over 15 years’ experience in Sales and Business Development. He has obtained a Masters of Business Marketing (Victoria University).

When not working, Ahuja enjoys spending time meditating—Sahaja yoga, he calls it. “I also play several Indian musical Instruments,” says Ahuja, who loves travelling and spending quality time with his family.

“I try to be in the moment. If I’m lucky I make it important every time,” he adds.

A different side

I believe: Be the change you want to see in the world [Mahatma Gandhi]

What I love about Australia: It is a land of opportunities

What I love about India: The spirituality

Favourite hang-out in Melbourne: My home

A must-read: Think And Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

My advice to entrepreneurs: Find your master and be the student

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