Young global entrepreneurs – Gen Z – Movers & Shakers

Who doesn’t dream of success? Who doesn’t want to be successful? The majority of people feel that success comes from hard labor. While there is no alternative for hard effort, a little bit of creativity and smart work may go a long way. All you need is a brain capable of amazing thinking and the desire to make ideas a reality. This is exactly what a few Indian youngsters have done to become successful entrepreneurs.

These young people have demonstrated that age, education, and experience are never barriers to achievement. All you need is the desire to learn the most in this journey.

Let us take a look at the Top Young Indian Entrepreneurs in India who have fulfilled their dreams and have become an inspiration for many.

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Jeffin Ani Johns

Jeffin is a young entrepreneur who, after earning his MBA, decided to pursue entrepreneurship rather than a lucrative corporate career. His foray into the business world began in 2012 with an internet platform company. Jeffin Ani Johns is currently the CEO and co-founder of BrandKeeda, a brand consulting firm that has assisted multiple businesses in developing their brands using a variety of unique techniques. Although it’s a relatively new company, he has over 150 clients in three countries.

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Advait Thakur

Advait Thakur, the founder, and CEO of Apex Infosys India is another of India’s young entrepreneurs who have been tinkering with computers and technology since the age of six. Apex Infosys India is an exclusive IT and Digital Marketing Agency that helps to deliver unique solutions in the digital sphere. It was founded to become the most desired choice for individuals and businesses for meeting their digital requirements.

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Azhar Iqbal

The co-founder of one of India’s highest-rated news app Inshorts, Azhar Iqbal is a successful young entrepreneur. Inshorts began as a Facebook page and has since grown to become one of the fastest-growing news applications, focusing on delivering crisp and concise news to people on the move. Inshorts has paved the route to popularity for a young Iqbal and his peers by being innovative and efficiently working on the quality of content as well as the technology that supports it.

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Shradha Sharma

Shradha Sharma is an entrepreneur who charted her path to success by mapping the paths of other entrepreneurs. She has a mind and a vision that has firmly positioned her among India’s famous young people. Sharma, the creator, CEO, and chief editor of YourStory, a media technology platform for entrepreneurs, began narrating the stories of people. YourStory, the country’s most influential startup platform, has a monthly readership of 10 million people and is “the biggest storyteller of India’s digital space.”

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Phanindra Sarma

Phanindra Sarma, the founder of RedBus.in, India’s largest online ticket buying platform is another young Indian entrepreneur. Sarma, then a 26-year-old who was inspired to create an easier way to book bus tickets after his own painful experience of missing the bus back home, took the entrepreneurial path ahead very casually when he started his business. Sarma, who is currently a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum, is the founder of Pilani Soft Labs Pvt Ltd and continues to inspire and motivate other aspiring and young entrepreneurs by investing in developing businesses and startups.

 

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