In 1999, Ashish found IOL Telecom, the first company to develop and sell optic fiber in Mumbai. Airtel, Reliance Infocomm, and Power Grid Corporation of India were just some of this cutting-edge technology's consumers.
Video on Demand2003
In 2003, Ashish pioneered a futuristic video on demand and IPTV venture.
In 2006, he invested in SpiceJet, a budget airline at the top of the industry today.
In 2007, Ashish invested in Argentum Motors, the parent company of the then prevalent Daewoo Motors in India.
Residential Real Estate2009
In the early stages of 2009, the strong real estate leg of Aurum started with 7 Marine Drive (7MD), an ultra-luxurious residential skyscraper in the heart of South Mumbai. Ashish's ability to connect macroeconomic principles of business to the consumer's microeconomic needs resulted in 7MD being a runaway success.
Later in 2009, Aurum co-incubated Renew Power, now the largest renewable energy IPP in India.
Mining and Exploration2012
In 2012, Aurum got into junior mining, exploring the African continent searching for gold and coal.
In 2014, Aurum acquired seven million square feet of a mixed-use project in Navi Mumbai from CapitaLand.
Commercial Real Estate2015
In 2015, Aurum launched top-tier commercial office spaces in Aurum Q Parc on Thane Belapur Road.
Residential Real Estate2016
In 2016, in Q Parc, Aurum launched Aurum Q Residences, a premium, luxurious brand of residential skyscrapers. To date, Q Residences hold the highest market share in Navi Mumbai.
Commercial Real Estate2018
In 2018, Aurum delivered the first pre-certified LEED Platinum office buildings in Navi Mumbai. Ascendas Singbridge, a sovereign wealth fund in Singapore, bought 1.4 million square feet of commercial space in Q Parć for INR 930 Crores.
Residential Real Estate2020
In 2020, in Q Parc, Aurum launched Aurum Q Islands, residential, urban, and high-tech skyscrapers. Q Islands cuts commute times majorly by allowing a walk-to-work culture for residents who work at offices in and around the campus.
Acquired control of Majesco Limited, which is now Aurum PropTech Limited.