Why this sailor quit the sea to launch a beauty startup

By Team YS|16th Feb 2020
Aditya and his brother Mayank quit their highly-paid jobs to launch YesMadam, an on-demand, hyperlocal beauty and wellness services startup.
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When former sailor Aditya Arya was home for the holidays, he had to suffer through a disappointing salon visit. And so, Aditya and his brother Mayank quit their highly-paid jobs to launch YesMadam, an on-demand, hyperlocal beauty and wellness services platform.


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