What distinguishes age X from age Y? The correct reaction is enterprise, i.e. turning a response into a viable business idea. This ability to turn an answer into a breakthrough defines a business visionary from a common guy. Also, in today’s world, business is by far the greatest way to succeed. Listed below are ten such Young Indian Entrepreneurs who would be big social influencers in 2021.These brilliant brains have created some of India’s most successful and captivating start-ups.

Ritesh Agarwal

Ritesh agarwal

A bright young guy who used the important insights he acquired while following his passion for travel to develop a business concept. His company, Oyo Rooms, was founded in 2013 in response to the growing need for low-cost tourism in the country. Although the business has operations in five countries, including Singapore, it is based in Gurugram, India, and has received funding from major investors such as Softbank and Sequoia Capital.

Tilak Mehta

tilak mehta youngest entrepreneur

Innovators and entrepreneurs of any age may benefit from Tilak Mehta’s example. Curiosity to try something new can make a difference. ‘Papers n Parcels’ is a Mumbai-based app-based courier service that works with Mumbai Dabbawalas. His aim was to offer low-cost same-day delivery to thousands of Mumbai residents.Papers N Parcels is a business that provides door-to-door collection and delivery services for almost everything. It sends approximately 1200 packages each day on the same day.

Ranveer Allahbadia

Ranveer allahbadia

He is a multi-talented individual who operates a YouTube channel in addition to his own business. Monk-E, is an Influencer marketing and video production company that manages a number of well-known talents from across the world. BrewBiceps is a YouTube channel that he started in 2013 and has gathered a following of 2.3 million followers, which is no small accomplishment.

Sreelakshmi Suresh

Sreelaksmi suresh

As children, many of us had no concept of a computer. At the same age, Sreelakshmi was a bright girl who used a computer. Her skill led her to create her first website at the age of 6. She even created the school’s website. eDesign, her 11-year-old startup business, is the culmination of her ability and expertise.

Sreelakshmi is the world’s youngest CEO and web designer. Her skill has been recognised with numerous accolades. She founded TinyLogo as well as eDesign. She’s good at making websites. Her businesses work with several well-known corporations on web design and SEO. She values quality work above emotions and connections in business, making her one of the Young Indian Female Entrepreneurs.

Aayushman Sinha

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At the age of 25, he has been dubbed “the world’s youngest talent manager.” He is the founder and CEO of REPRESENT, a multi-genre talent management business. His campaign #TakeIndiatotheWorld has also garnered widespread attention, contributing to the reasons for why he was awarded the Young Business Leader (Under 40) and Youth Entrepreneur of the Year honours in 2018, respectively.

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Divya Gandotra Tandon

Diya Gandotra Tandon

Divya started off as a YouTuber. She wanted to learn more about the hottest new technology. She wanted to spread the word. That’s when her passion for technology became a desire to help. It helped her customers understand their goods to unpack. Realising she could do more to educate her fans, she launched TheScoopBeats.

She’s worked in celebrity management, social media marketing, and online influence. Among them are Coolpad and Infinix. Her entrepreneurial talents have helped Lazy Gardener, Aquaconnect, ASCENT Technologies, and others.

Akshay Ruparelia

Akshay Ruparelia

He is an Indian entrepreneur who founded doorsteps.uk, an online estate agency, and went on to become one of the country’s youngest billionaires. A year after starting up, the business has grown to have a 12 million pound value thanks to the efforts of its 12 workers.

India’s youthful generation is all about breaking down boundaries, being courageous in the face of adversity, and having an idea that has the potential to alter the world. They are defining the country and demonstrating to the world what we are capable of. Never give up, that is the slogan, and it is the way of life.

Suumit Shah

suumit shah

He is an Indian entrepreneur who founded doorsteps.uk, an online estate agency, and went on to become one of the country’s youngest billionaires. A year after starting up, the business has grown to have a 12 million pound value thanks to the efforts of its 12 workers.

India’s youthful generation is all about breaking down boundaries, being courageous in the face of adversity, and having an idea that has the potential to alter the world. They are defining the country and demonstrating to the world what we are capable of. Never give up, that is the slogan, and it is the way of life.

Indrajeet Singh

Indrajeet Singh

As the founder and CEO of iQuanta, the world’s biggest CAT online coaching company, Indrajeet Singh is a visionary leader. He began by assisting applicants in their pursuit of admission to the top IIMs and other B- Schools, and subsequently advanced from there. Known as the “Wizard of Quants” for his use of indigenous shortcuts and unorthodox techniques, he has earned the title.

In the course of his career, he has assisted more than 8000 students in gaining admission to IIMs and other Top B-Schools of their choosing, achieving achievements that are unrivalled in the nation.

Trishneet Arora

Trishneet Arora

Trishneet Arora is an Indian entrepreneur and ethical hacker. He founded and runs TAC Security Solutions, which helps prevent and investigate cybercrime. Trishneet studied ethical hacking as a youngster and published a book about it called “The Hacking Era.” A few months later, he was contacted by the Punjab police to provide a training session on cyber-crime investigation and forensics.

He is a self-made entrepreneur who began by repairing computers and cleaning up software. With his mistakes, taking chances, and facing life’s difficulties head-on, he has always exemplified “Passion leading you forward in life.” He’d fought hard. Trishneet’s venture now services Bharti Airtel, HDFC, National Payments Corporation of India, DHFL Pramerica, Reliance Industries, and many more.

Who is the richest young Indian Entrepreneur in 2021?

Ritesh Agarwal, Founder and CEO of OYO Rooms, is  the wealthiest young Indian entrepreneur in 2021, with a net worth of US$ 1.1 billion (7253 Crore).

Who is the youngest entrepreneur in India?

According to the list of young entrepreneurs above, the youngest entrepreneur is Tilak Mehta (16), who founded an app-based courier business called ‘Papers n Parcels’ in Mumbai.

How to be a young entrepreneur?

In order to be taken seriously and have any chance of getting your company off the ground, you must have a clear vision and focus while maintaining objectivity throughout your endeavour (and staying off the ground).

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