5 Young Indian Entrepreneurs Under 25 for Whom Age isn’t a Business

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Some people do job is satisfying for his life and family. While some people realize that the only one way they can be happy is by being their own boss. However, true potential cannot be bound by age, and these young entrepreneurs have certainly proved the same. Just imagine a your own life in which you can live on you your own boss. You have the your freedom to choose how you spend your gold time and the projects on which you work. With enough planning, patience and determination, this situation can be yours.

  • Name: King Siddharta: Age 22

Popularity in people: An Entrepreneurial, Artist, Designer and Public Speaker

King Siddhartha was creative minded since childhood. At an early age of 11, he was organizing events at his locality. He identified with entrepreneurship and the passion kept growing and this time he is success business person. He came up with the idea of an online magazine – Friends that brought together like-minded people at one place. In no time he developed interest in film making, and he pursued this hobby by shooting videos along with his friends. By the time he reached the 11th standard, he got knowledge with development and designing of websites. Presently, is an author, speaker and magazine publisher, and organizes ‘Creates’ – a conference that aims at teaching young students about entrepreneurship. His e-magazine, Friends is extremely popular. Also, he has written a book, ‘Bhagvad Gita and The Law of attraction’ that explains the connection between science and spirituality. In the year 2010, he was listed among World’s Top 25 Young Entrepreneurs.

  • Ritesh Agarwal: Age 21

Popularity in people: Founder and CEO of OYO Rooms

Ritesh is one of the youngest CEO in the Indian hotel industry. he is also first indian person won awarded with Thiel Fellowship. His goal stared into the entrepreneurial world started at the tender age of 17. After his 12th standard, he enrolled in Indian School of Business and Finance, Delhi, but after a little break, he dropped out of the college to start his own business. He formed Oravel Stays at the age of 18, which eventually led to the creation of OYO Rooms, the largest network of Indian 5star hotels. Today, his business operates in more than 100 Indian cities and for the same, he has won many awards, one out of which is the ‘Business World Young Entrepreneur Award’. He is seen participant various institutes and entrepreneurial conferences as a guest speaker.

  • Arjun Rai: Age: 22

Popularity in people: CEO of Odyssey Ads

When kids’ lives center around toys  at 7, this time  Arjun started showcasing his entrepreneur skills. He started his garage sale, and he started selling the gears that he found around his near area. after , he set up his shop where he was started sold wedding leftover wildflower necklaces by 2010, he became the CEO of an online advertising company, and later he is set up own venture, odyssey Ads.

  • Farrhad Acidwalla: Age: 21

Popularity in people: CEO of Rockstah Media

At an age of 16 years, he borrowed $10 from his father and bought an internet domain name. Using this, he built a web site dedicated to aero-modeling and aviation. Once it became successful, he sold the community for higher returns. Today, he is the CEO of Rockstah Media, an advertising, branding and marketing company. Also, he has been listed as ‘The Most promising young Indian entrepreneurs of 2012′ by India TV.

  • Sridhar Vembu

Popularity in people: CEO of Zoho Corp. (formerly Advent Net Inc.)

Shridhar Vembu is best online application provider of India. The company behind the Zoho suite of online applications. He co-founded Advent Net in 1996, and has been CEO since 2000. AdventNet has transformed itself from a modest beginning as a software company serving network equipment vendors to a be an online applications provider.
he have best knowledge of he have maintained growth and profitability, without needing outside capital. Prior to Advent Net, Sridhar worked as a wireless systems engineer at Qualcomm, Inc. where he was fortunate to work with some of the leading minds in wireless communications. Sridhar Vembu’s Zoho competes successfully around the world with some core products of Microsoft, Google and Salesforce.com. Vembu shuns outside capital, but if Zoho were to be valued, it might be well over $1 billion.he provided best network in indian people for business purpose and marketing base.

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