24 year old Hetal was jobless on Campus after Engineering. Though he had plans for further studies, it did hurt having no job and was sure he could find one. This is what got him to Bangalore and into the office of a job consultant. Little did he know that his life would change on meeting a random stranger.
It takes courage to leave your job and venture into something. It is quite challenging to convince your family. Afterall, there are currently 38000 startups in India and merely less than 1% succeed.
The same pandemic that disrupted the status quo of the world also managed to provide buffer time (popularly known as lockdown) to prepare for what lies ahead. While corporate giants may take a few years to settle out their robust demand and supply conundrum, the survival of MSMEs, start-ups, etc. operating at razor-thin margins, lean teams and resources remains an uphill battle.