See how two 21 year old made Rs 20 crore in two years by selling t-shirts online

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See how two 21 year old made Rs 20 crore in two years by selling t-shirts online

Praween KR (from Bihar) and Sindhuja K (from Hyderabad) were students when the entrepreneurial bug bit. In their seventh semester of the knitwear design bachelor’s course at National Institute of Fashion Technology, Chennai, the duo decided that they wanted to do something of their own, on their own.

Praween KR (from Bihar) and Sindhuja K (from Hyderabad) were students when the entrepreneurial bug bit. In their seventh semester of the knitwear design bachelor’s course at National Institute of Fashion Technology, Chennai, the duo decided that they wanted to do something of their own, on their own.

In 2015, there was a lot of noise through e-commerce. The duo decided to go with the the market trend and they started their own clothing brand ‘Young trendz’ with the investment of 10 lakhs. In two months, they had started selling on online marketplaces like Flipkart, Amazon, Voonik and Paytm, and launched their own e-commerce website.

They said, “We started with 10 orders a day on our website. By the eighth semester, we were doing customised T-shirts by collaborating with more than 100 colleges across the country, including IITs and IIMs,” Sindhuja recollects.

The startup has grown to around 1,000 orders a day, and has generated an impressive GMV of Rs 20 crore with zero VC funding.

Praween KR (from Bihar) and Sindhuja K (from Hyderabad) were students when the entrepreneurial bug bit. In their seventh semester of the knitwear design bachelor’s course at National Institute of Fashion Technology, Chennai, the duo decided that they wanted to do something of their own, on their own.

In 2015, there was a lot of noise through e-commerce. The duo decided to go with the the market trend and they started their own clothing brand ‘Young trendz’ with the investment of 10 lakhs. In two months, they had started selling on online marketplaces like Flipkart, Amazon, Voonik and Paytm, and launched their own e-commerce website.

They said, “We started with 10 orders a day on our website. By the eighth semester, we were doing customised T-shirts by collaborating with more than 100 colleges across the country, including IITs and IIMs,” Sindhuja recollects.

The startup has grown to around 1,000 orders a day, and has generated an impressive GMV of Rs 20 crore with zero VC funding.

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