January 2018

When you think of businessmen, the image of middle-aged dressed in suits tends to pop up. But these days, the business world is being taken over by the young generation of entrepreneurs and businessmen ready to make their mark on the world.

Ritesh Agarwal

Ritesh Agarwal is a young and motivated individual that has spent his life pursuing his ambitions. Being a college dropout at the age of 19, Ritesh founded his very own company OYO Rooms. OYO Rooms is a popular hotel based startup has over 700 hotels under its wing.

Shravan Kumaran and Sanjay Kumaran

Often regarded as the youngest entrepreneurs in India, the two brothers are a model for inspiration among the young tech and IT world. Shravan and Sanjay aged 14 and 12 are the founders of the app development team Go Dimensions. They built the company right out of there home and have developed 11 apps so far for Google Play and Apple App Store.

Anand Mishra

An upcoming name in the business and tech world is CEO Anand Mishra. He began programming at the age of 17 which eventually led him to fund his startup 4 years later. CEO Anand Mishra began his leading role in Star Infranet, Tathastu Information Technology Private Limited. Through this company, he offers all kinds of tech solutions for his clients like design, development, and marketing needs.

Farrhad Acidwalla

Farrhad Acidwalla started off by developing his own hobbyist online community for aviation model enthusiasts. He was later able to sell it after it had gained some traction and used the proceeds to fund his own tech company. At the age of 15, he launched Rockstah Media a tech company that offers its clients web development, marketing, and branding. He’s a big name in the tech world and holds talks to inspire the next generation of entrepreneurs.

Mr. Sharma is a graduate from King’s college and a holder of masters degree in Business Administration from Oxford University. He is the founder and also the Promoter of iTV Network India. The company has two news channels which broadcast nationally. These are NewsX and India News, these two channels have a large viewership in India. This has attracted investors to conduct businesses with the company.

Under Kartikeya Sharma’s leadership the company has been able to expand its services currently it has established four extra news channels that are local in addition to the two national channels. Kartikeya Sharma has also aide the company to join the print media and currently ITV has two newspapers, The Sunday Guardian and Aaj Samaj and also owns online publications.

The two national news channels includes NewsX, which broadcast in English. The channel has won many awards and engages its audience in debates and also in online platforms. This has aided in establishing long lasting relationship with its audience since they are always in touch. The next news channel is India News that broadcasts in Hindi. This has increased the sphere covered by ITV and ensures that the company is all inclusive.

ITV Network also runs the following four regional channels; India News Haryana, India News Uttar Pradesh, India News Madhya Pradesh and India News Chhattisgarh. These regional channels has helped ITV to increase its dominance across India.
In the print media its English newspaper, The Sunday Guardian is one of the most sought after newspaper due to its high quality and engaging content. Its reporters and editors ensure that the content they provide to the readers is authentic. ITV also publishes Aaj Samaaj which is published in Hindi newspaper which also commands a huge group of readers, in Delhi and Haryana.