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Young Entrepreneurs Need To Stay Connected To Face The Stress Of COVID

At a recently held virtual summit, young entrepreneurs discuss major challenges they faced during the pandemic and what they are doing to breakthrough past them.

Undeniably, everyone and entrepreneurs more so, has had to go through a tremendous amount of hassle because of COVID pandemic. Ranveer Allahbadia, Founder, BeerBiceps Media and Co-Founder, Monk Entertainment stated, “Everyone from social media creators to the backend had a lot of stress because of the volume of work that was coming in our lives.”  Further Neha Motwani, Co-Founder & CEO, Fitternity Health E-Solution added, “For us what really changed is we realised we needed to rethink our business. It felt like we are back to basics.” 

What keeps an entrepreneur going? 

Samyadeep De, Founder, TRICYCLE strongly stated, “Most importantly there is one spirit that binds all entrepreneurs together is that we are fighters.” He shared that the reason TRICYCLE exists is because of the belief in entrepreneurship. Undeniably, taking care of one’s physical and mental health is very important as when you are working on building a start-up, you have to keep facing many struggles that may put a toll on your life.  

“If you cannot take care of yourself, you cannot take care of your company,” stated Sahil Gupta, CEO, Aveya Fertility. He recommends the need to find a balance and make it work. He thinks, “As a community, entrepreneurs need to come together and communicate with each other. We have to build this capacity to empathize with other entrepreneurs.” He added, “We need to not take ourselves very seriously. There are going to be challenges and fluctuations.” Janardan Pandey, Founder, Nett Value also reiterate: “Our health defines our mental fitness. Next, the important thing is the connection.” He added, “Talking, helping, communicating with each other is going to help a lot.”  

Looking ahead, Pandey stated, “I am sure there is going to be a lot of opportunities because there will be problems.” Prem Saini, Founder & CEO, Saino First Network reminded a critical point: “If your customers are happy, revenue will come eventually.” “Entrepreneurship is not a destination, it is a journey,” Saini said.   

The speakers were speaking at a panel discussion in the recently held virtual 6th Annual Young Entrepreneurs Awards and Summit by BW Businessworld.   



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