Believe in yourself - your startup fix for the week
College dropout Arshi Khan started her online career counselling platform, CollegeKhabri with Rs 25k and made Rs 30 lakh in 3 months.
“A man’s doubts and fears are his worst enemies. He can go ahead and do anything as long as he believed in himself,” said William Wrigley Jr., Founder of Wrigley Company. Founded in 1891, it is now the largest manufacturer and marketer of chewing gum in the world.
Embodying this spirit, college dropout Arshi Khan started her online career counselling platform with Rs 25k and made Rs 30 lakh in 3 months.
Bhopal-based CollegeKhabri is an online, end-to-end college and career counselling platform for students from Tier II and III India. The startup claims to have counselled 1,700 students within three months.
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