top of page

Meet Ravinder Goel brain behind the Little Nap Recliner.

Mr. Ravinder Goel: "As most of my family members owned a business individually, I got influenced and made up my mind to be an entrepreneur someday. I have always been inspired by the idea of running a business, hence entrepreneurship was always the passion that I wanted to turn into a profession.

When I was an adolescent, I planned my education in sync with my goals. It took me 7 years of my initial career in learning the processes and operations and to decide which business I should vest my efforts on. I inferenced that business should be a valuable & lifestyle brand having its own manufacturing in India and products should have high acceptance in the market. This led me to setting up Little Nap in 2011.

With borrowed capital from family and friends, I set up a 600 sq ft showroom with 10 outsourced recliners and with a team of 2, the journey began….A small manufacturing unit was established to sustain good quality and customization. Today, we have 12 showrooms Pan India and two manufacturing units, a total of 75,000 square feet production area.

We are proud to share that La-Z-Boy, the biggest recliner brand in the world, selected Little Nap as an exclusive partner in India. We have provided seating comfort at a lot of prestigious Cinemas, to name a few 'PVR, Cinepolis and Cinegrand. Little Nap has been awarded ‘The World’s Greatest Brands Asia & GCC’ with PWC as the process reviewer in Dubai.

All our successful and innovative ideas come from our consumers, which is why we take regular feedback, review them and implement, as applicable, to achieve customer satisfaction. We are a customer centric organization, and the same is instilled in our functionality at Little Nap. We aim to take comfort to a whole new level with our state-of-the-art features and breakthrough innovations.

You can contact us at 8882800600 or write to us at Connect with us on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, or at

The key to success is simple, it is determination, perseverance, and grit. Take a well-informed risk, it goes a long way.”

458 views0 comments