I left my job in 2019 and began working on my business of manufacturing edible oil. I faced a lot of obstacles. It is partially financed by my parents.
Irresponsible land lord, faulty electricity work, wall lizards crawling on the walls, COVID-19, and cyclone ‘Nisarga’, have resulted in monetary loss of around ₹50k. There were frequent quarrels with parents. We even decided to sell the machine in scrap! Cyclone blew off the roof ventilator and machine was partially wet.
But something began to dawn on me and I realised that I shouldn’t give up and face it. That’s what entrepreneurship is, isn’t it? Raw material is not available in the market, but I’m working on assembling the machine. I have to fix it on my own. Well-known brand Balaji Wafers owner Chandubhai Virani repaired the machines on his own, because engineers charged too much for fixing. I am in the same situation and his story resonates with mine, I’m grateful for that.
The more problems I face now, the more strong I become. I’ll keep you updated with my entrepreneurship journey.
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