Building such momentum with each of his businesses was no cakewalk, but Pranav Arora excelled with each one of his venture.
People talk a lot about getting into the entrepreneurial world and then walking their path to growth and success, but is all this so easily attainable? So many people vie to become influential names in their careers by getting into the niches they choose to be in, but not all go ahead in attaining the success they desire in their lives. However, there have been a handful of entrepreneurs, specifically from the younger brigade, who have done even that and have proved to the world that anything and everything is possible in one’s journey, just like Pranav Arora has proved so far in the entrepreneurial world with his multiple successfully running businesses.
Pranav Arora says that coming this far from being a 16-year-old was indeed a tough journey, but ask him whether each day was worth it, and he replies with a big yes. Today, this 1995-born Indian talent based in the US says that he could create a massive business portfolio because he believed in his dreams and secondly, to support that, he never shied away from taking necessary actions to turn those dreams into a beautiful reality. As a 27-year-old, he says that giving up was never an option for him, and he always believed that when the right opportunities get positively disrupted at the right time, they do offer great results and the success one seeks.
He did the same, and that is how he could create and develop so many successful running businesses. However, even after gaining so much in his early career, he doesn’t believe in taking things for granted or resting on his laurels; instead, he wants to keep giving his best in all that he has been doing and in all that he ever plans to do in the business space.
Building great momentum right from his first business Highly Educated, making it a million-dollar business to running companies like JMTD Holdings and Just Funky, besides so many others, he (@pranavarora) has come a long way; however, he thinks he still has a long way to go.