How Young India is Bringing a Revolution in the E-Commerce Industry
With the revolution called ‘Internet’, there is no doubt that E-commerce is India’s fastest growing and most dynamic channel of commercial transactions. Every generation gets a once-in-a-lifetime-opportunity, and as History has it, even if a couple of a country’s populace chooses to grab those opportunities, they have taken a decision for the billions who are sure to follow. Result – it will fling their nation to an opportunistic future.
E-commerce is that opportunity for India, and if channelized effectively, it will be the dawn of a win-win situation for all. However, you sure have your own doubts and would want evidence to back it up.
In today’s world if there is one thing that has been on a constant rise, then that is the cut-throat competition. There are two categories participating in this competition. One the leaders who are the pathfinders, innovators, and pioneers. The second the followers who follow the bandwagon.
To cement our statement further, here is a list of all the young entrepreneurs who are creating business records in the field of e-commerce.
Shravan Kumaran & Sanjay Kumaran
The teenage boys from Chennai, India are identified as the youngest Mobile Application Programmers in India and are even categorized as one of the youngest entrepreneurs in the world.
The duo since 2012 has been involved in making apps for both Android and iOS applications. The name of their company is Go Dimensions, of which Shravan is the president and Sanjay who is younger of the two is the CEO.
A B.Tech from IIT-Kanpur, and after doing his MS from Stanford University, Agarwal went on to launch and lead the biggest competitor to the local e-commerce firm, Amazon, India.
He is the one who has made sure that famous Indian e-commerce company Flipkart is always on its toes, looking out for newer and brighter ways of keeping their claws put in the Indian e-commerce market.
An MBA from IMT Ghaziabad, Malviya has done his Retail Management from Symbiosis Management Institute, Pune. He is the VP/Head – Category Management of the company Inthree – Rural reach and more.
Founded in the year 2013, Inthree operates under the brand name of Boonbox, and delivers branded products to rural homes.
If this name does not sound familiar to you then probably the name eDesign will. Sreelakshmi Suresh is the youngest web designer and the CEO of the company. She also has many awards to her credit, both national and international.
The young leader started climbing her ladder of success at the mere age of 10 when she established eDesign, a company that today is well known in the market for offering SEO, Web Designing, and other web related services.
These might be the four but they are a lot. Their story is inspiring, and so is the evident success in e-commerce in India. It is they and the numerous other thinkers and innovators that stand as a promise to take India’s e-commerce industry to US$200b by 2026, as predicted by experts.