Updated: Jan 20
If you are an entrepreneur from 2 & 3 tier regions, there is a lot to be thankful this year. You know how important it is to be able to network with other entrepreneurs in your area. After all, if you want to grow your business and make it successful, you need the support of other people who understand what it's like to run their own businesses.
But why does networking matter so much? Why should entrepreneurs from 2 & 3 tier regions take the time to build relationships with people that are just as passionate about their own success as they are?
Well, it's simple: when you're an entrepreneur in a rural region, there are fewer opportunities for everyone—which means if one person takes advantage of those opportunities, they can have a much bigger impact on their community than they would otherwise. And if they help others do the same thing? That makes all of them better off. You are at the right place to learn about the importance of rural entrepreneurship, why it is important for country's development and how it can be done to help the future generation leaders in their communities.
So wondering who you can contact or where to start, don't worry! Soujanya is here for you. She knows what she's talking about when it comes to supporting entrepreneurs in rural India. She can help you with everything from connecting you with potential investors and mentors to sharing her expertise on what it takes to be successful as an entrepreneur in rural India!
Meet Sundara Krishna Soujanya the researcher who helps 2 & 3 tier entrepreneurs to grow & reach their full potential. Through her extensive research, she has been able to connect these entrepreneurs with the right resources and networks.
Researcher helping 2 & 3 tier entrepreneurs to grow by connecting them with the right resources
She quit her 6-digit salary at IOCL to focus on her mission of bridging the gap between small-scale entrepreneurs and access to resources they need to succeed. Her efforts have already helped many young entrepreneurs turn their dreams into reality, and she continues to strive towards her goal of helping more entrepreneurs especially from rural areas through "Businest"
Contact her: firstname.lastname@example.org