In the year 1955, he started with the distribution of Usha Sewing Machine while he was working as an engineer in Khandesh Mill.
With the increase in sales of oil engine pumps, he left his job at Khandesh Mill in 1957, and got completely engrossed in the business.
For the sale and distribution of oil engine pumps he had to do a lot of travelling and so he purchased his first car in 1958, “Jeep – MH 3565”.
Further to that, in 1960, he added the agency of electric motor pumps from ‘AEC’ and ‘Texmo Industries’ based at Coimbatore.
Next in addition was the Emami Oil Agency in partnership that ended at a later stage. He then took the agency with a new name, Vijay Oil Engine, in 1962.
Next in line, in 1965, Avinash, joined him in his business venture and took complete responsibility since 1975.
Then the agencies kept on adding to the existing bandwagon which later gave a name, ‘Raisoni Motors’ in 1978, to the business GyanchandJi had started.
In 1980, upon his advice, his elder son Rajendra came back from the USA and started an electric motor pump manufacturing facility named as ‘Raisoni Engineering Works’.
In 1981, GyanchandJi again became an inspiration for Rajendra to start another manufacturing unit called ‘Ajanta Foundry’.
In 1984, his younger son Sunil moved to Nagpur to run the prestigious ITC dealership. In a short span of time the dealership was ranked amongst the top 10 distributors of the country.
In 1985, he canvassed for Pradeep to contest in Municipal Council. Later, in 1997, Pradeep became the President of Jalgaon Municipal Corporation and then went on to become the Mayor of Jalgaon in 2009.
In 1989, he also became a source of motivation to Dr Shekhar who started a multi-speciality hospital at Jalgaon, the ‘Raisoni Hospital’.
In 1995, he helped Mahindra to start a plastic mats manufacturing unit called ‘Shradha Industries Ltd’.
In March 1998, the Raisoni Group acquired an Engineering & a Polytechnic College which was later named after Shri G H Raisoni. In a short span, the expanded vision of imparting education paved the way for the formation of 19 institutes, including 2 universities, currently transmitting knowledge and wisdom to over 25000 students.