Enterprise Radio listeners got a motivational surprise when radio host Eric Dye interviewed Autism Rocks and Solo Capital founder Sanjay Shah. Entreprenrurial Podcast Networks listeners were given business advice by Mr. Shah. During his recent interview Sanjay Shah spoke about his Investment business Solo Capital, as well as giving advice on what has worked to make him successful and why Autism Rocks is so important to him. He spoke about this years Autism Rocks concert which features headliners Flo Rida and Tyga. The most important advice Sanjay gave listeners was this: “I think this applies to anyone who is thinking of starting a new business. I would say that the most important thing is don’t underestimate the amount of money you need to start and the other thing is don’t assume that you can actually do all of the work yourself.”

Sanjay and Eric Dye encouraged listeners to visit the Autism Rocks website to learn more about the lifelong disorder. Sanjay discussed the importance of funding research to develop a greater understanding of the disorder. Since the diagnosis of his son Nikhil, Sanjay Shah has taken a proactive step with Autism Rocks to help researchers open more doors to understanding the disorder. He combined his experience as a concert promoter and his desire to better understand his sons disability as th driving force behind Autism Rocks. This April will mark the first open to the public Autism Rocks concert that will have events and activities for the whole family.

Sanjay Shah is a well respected busniessman and philanthropist. He had not always set out to be an investor. Sanjay Shah began as a medical student at Kings University, though he quickly learned medicine was not for him, he switched to an accounting major. While he was studying he had also worked as a concert promoter. These were two areas that would serve him later in life. After graduation Sanjay worked for some pretty notable companies such as Barclay’s Bank, ING and Merrill Lynch. During the financial crisis of 2009 Sanjay took a chance and began his investment firm Solo Capital. He has headquarters in London and Dubai as well as owning several businesses in Denmark, Malta, Kenya,the British Virgin Islands and the Cayman Islands.