The brother-sister jodis have touched new heights of success in the corporate world. On this Rakshabandhan festival, let’s know about such brothers and sisters, who together have made their business successful.
Today is the festival of Rakshabandhan. This festival shows the love of brother and sister.
Today is the festival of Rakshabandhan. This festival shows the love of brother and sister. The bond between brother and sister is strengthened. The mutual understanding between them makes their relationship stronger. Brothers and sisters can start their own business together. There are many such examples in front of us, who have started successful business together. These brother-sister duos have touched new heights of success in the corporate world. On this Rakshabandhan festival, let’s know about such brothers and sisters, who together have made their business successful.
Shivang and Shivika Sood
These entrepreneurial brothers and sisters from the city of Pune have worked together since the year 2017. He turned his mother’s special kheer recipe into a big business venture. La Kheer Deli mixes the taste of modern food with traditional home-made kheer. According to the report, Shivang had told in an interview that his sister Shivika used to get bored only after eating kheer. And then he once added a spoonful of Nutella and Oreo to it. It made the kheer very tasty.
The initiative was started as a weekend dessert cart and today it has six outlet stores across the city. He earns a revenue of more than one crore rupees annually.
Nikita and Arjun Hari
Nikita Hari and her brother Arjun used their skills and passion to develop Artificial Intelligence-based career advisory startup WUDI. While studying in the UK, Nikita became the Vice President of the Cambridge University Union. Seeing the hardships faced by the graduating students, she decided that she would act as a channel between the university and the students. Arjun, on the other hand, was looking at his career while studying at IIMs. He had studied engineering, but he was not sure whether he should pursue this field or not.
Both the siblings talked among themselves and decided to start such a business.
Avantika and Mrityunjay Jalan
After working a well-paying job in a big city, the brother-sister duo have decided to start their own land-based business. Avantika and Mrityunjay Ajay started the business of making organic tea. He started this business in his 600 hectare tea estate in Assam.
He worked with the rural population of India through his startup Mana Organics.
Nikki Kumar Jha and Rashmi Jha
Growing up in Bihar’s Naya Tola Dudhela village, the brother-sister duo witnessed the sheer waste of horticultural produce. Behind this is inadequate storage infrastructure. Apart from this, Rashmi and Nikki made a unique storage device. This increases the shelf life of fruits and vegetables from 3 days to 30 days.