What is mean by entrepreneurs?
A person who attempts to make a profit by starting a company or by operating alone in the business world, especially when it involves taking risks.
He is one of the youngest and richest entreprenuer in the world. Ritesh Agarwal’s (Young Indian Entrepreneur) entrepreneurial journey is one of the most successful entrepreneur stories in India. After dropping out of college, he launched his first start-up Oravel Stays, which was a budget hotel chain that provided B&B. And that elevated to OYO rooms from when he realized no other service offered a room for a budget traveler. Begun with only 11 rooms in a Gurgaon hotel, OYO rooms is now a hub for elite hotel stays with 65000 rooms in about 5500 properties across India.
He is a very famous entreprenuer compare to others. At the age of 25, Trishneet Arora (Young Indian Entrepreneur) is an author, a self-described friendly hacker and the founder and CEO of cybersecurity startup TAC Security Solutions. The India-based company performs Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing for corporates identifying weaknesses in their cybersecurity.
A name to remember, Sreelakshmi Suresh (Young Indian Entrepreneur), the youngest web designer and CEO in the world has many accolades to her name. A recipient of many national and international awards, she started climbing the success ladder at the mere age of 10, when she established eDesign — a venture which is now a web designing company that offers SEO, web design, and other web-related services. Sreelakshmi has developed over 100 websites for renowned institutions and organizations across India!
At the age of 17, Akhilendra Sahu (Young Indian Entrepreneur) is the Founder & CEO of ASTNT Technologies Pvt Ltd . & Technical Next Technologies. ASTNT India based company provide digital marketing, website development, app development SEO like services, Technical Next Technologies Provide best web hosting solution India.& Akhilendra has many sub-brands, apps published on google play store.
King Sidharth (Young Indian Entrepreneur), is regarded as an enthusiastic young entrepreneur in India. He is popular for his designs, philosophy and is a regular speaker across various college events. Entrepreneurs somewhat find it hard to fit in a monotonous world, not willing to walk on the norms set by society.
The R&D for Kavita Shukla’s (Young Indian Entrepreneur) company, Fenugreek, cost little more than a kid’s science project — which, in fact, it was. At age 12, Shukla visited India, where a cup of her grandmother’s homebrewed spice tea seemed to help her stave off the ill effects of accidentally drinking tap water.