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Shadab Hassan is transforming the lives of underprivileged children in Jharkhand.

Priyanks Amar is introducing the concept of home farms to the cramped houses of Mumbai.

Avik Bhattacharya has channelled his passion for dance into a profitable business.

The Underage CEOs is about the wave of youth entrepreneurship sweeping through India. It tells the stories of eleven youngsters who have set up their own ventures right after college, thereby becoming CEOs in their twenties. They have rejected conventional career paths, fought pressures from society, peers and parents, and are now in charge of their own destinies. They have changed the lives of thousands of people through their businesses. What’s more, they are having a lot of fun too!

These young men and women are not exceptions. Today, the business climate in India offers multiple opportunities to those with good ideas. If you have a strong vision and drive, there are investors willing to back you with funds.

The Underage CEOs is a call to action to take a leap of faith and rewrite your destiny for a brighter tomorrow!


Product Details :

Author Ganesh .V
Binding Paperback
Brand imusti
EAN 9789351772262
Edition 1
ISBN 9351772268
Label Collins Business
Manufacturer Collins Business
NumberOfItems 1
NumberOfPages 256
PackageQuantity 6
ProductGroup Book
ProductTypeName ABIS_BOOK
PublicationDate 2015-09-29
Publisher Collins Business
Studio Collins Business
Title The Underage CEOs: Fascinating Stories of Young Indians Who have Become CEOs in their Twenties