Honing his business skills for almost three decades, Cleveland’s Dinesh Bafna has come a long way from starting up in a small warehouse in 1989 to expanding his Mont Surfaces business to eight divisions across the Midwest. Dinesh Bafna is the founder and president of Mont Surfaces by Mont Granite, and is a renowned businessman who is known for his multiple traits – be it business operations, communications or mentoring his staff.
He holds such finesse in all the areas of his operations that one would only come across positive reviews about Dinesh Bafna. These skills have helped him build valuable business relationships with investors, advisors and clients, who trust him and reach out to him for work. Moreover, these relationships have helped him garner growth opportunities for the company.
Dinesh Bafna from Cleveland is a man of ethics and keen sense of morality. One would not come across any case of frauds or fraudulent activities by him. In fact, he is not afraid to offer custom solutions to his clients and is always ready to walk an extra mile to meet the needs of his customers. Moreover, he has a reputation of a great mentor who not only keeps himself updated with latest in the technology field through trainings and seminars, but also imparts that knowledge to his staff.
To talk about his personal details, Dinesh Bafna was born on August 24, 1964 and graduated from Bowling Green State University. He later got married to Sangita Bafna and has two sons, named Kunaal and Kurren.
A trait of his that not many know is his belief in giving back to the community by contributing to several non-governmental organizations, such as American Red Cross, North Coast Community Homes, Breakthrough Charter Schools, Youth Opportunities Unlimited and The Playhouse Square Foundation.
Recently, he added another feather to his hat by collaborating with Susie Frazier for creating a new lifestyle product. Herein, using Susie’s nature based designs and Dinesh Bafna’s expertise in fine surface materials, home improvement concepts will be created. They want to educate people to identify the importance of spaces they live in and reflect on their individuality.