Pranshu Ranjan, a 23 years old entrepreneur is a dreamer, who dreamt of making youth financially independent. From being an extreme introvert to becoming an influencer, Pranshu Ranjan did not give up and rose from his failures. His life was filled with multiple challenges but his focus was on a bigger goal which made each of his failures a learning process.
He always admired Dr Vivek Bindra, the founder of Bada Business Pvt. Ltd, a renowned motivational speaker and business coach based in India. Bada Business Pvt. Ltd aims to Empower Indian Entrepreneurs to transform their Small Businesses into Big Businesses. It offers a wide range of courses covering various topics, including entrepreneurship, sales, marketing, leadership, communication skills, negotiation skills, financial management, and more. These courses are designed to be practical, actionable, and focused on real-world business scenarios, providing learners with practical strategies and tools that can be applied to their businesses or careers.
Pranshu Ranjan had been following Vivek Bindra for the past 4 years and attended his event in Delhi where he learned about IBC (Independent Business Consultant) in detail. Rs 1 lakh 18 thousand were required to join IBC but he had a total of just Rs 1600 in his bank account. But the zeal to work with Vivek Bindra and to help young people like him earn money and become financially independent was much more than his limitations. He sold his bike, laptop and with some help from friends, he was able to arrange Rs 1 lakh 18 thousand. With this money he finally joined IBC. All his experience that he had gathered till now paid off here. His work eventually flourished. All his learning came to action. He started earning an income of Rs 1 lakh per month, which was a milestone for him.
Mr. Ranjan firmly believes that raising active income, investing it, and expanding passive income sources are all critical stages towards financial freedom. To achieve optimal growth, it is vital to investigate the relevant sources, sectors, platforms, and skill sets. This helps to increase active revenue. In addition to active source training, he provides passive source training, in which individuals learn how to invest money in the stock market, real estate, and side businesses, with the primary goal and mission of fostering youth financial independence through employment, business, and trade.
The initiative will collaborate with local businesses, industries, and organizations to create employment opportunities for youth through internships, apprenticeships, and job placement programs. It will also provide career counselling, vocational training, and skill development programs to enhance their employability in diverse industries.
It will also provide mentorship, training, and access to capital for young entrepreneurs to start and grow their businesses. This includes providing guidance on business planning, marketing, financial management, and access to networks for business support. It will also facilitate partnerships between youth-led businesses and established enterprises for mutual growth and learning.
He aims to empower youth and secure their future by providing them with the tools and opportunities to achieve financial independence through employment, business, and trade. By fostering youth entrepreneurship, creating employment opportunities, and promoting trade education, his initiative envisions a brighter future for young individuals, enabling them to contribute to their communities and achieve economic success.
As of today, he has already mentored over 500 individuals to achieve financial independence, while his digital workshops and webinars have been attended by more than 3 lakh people. In addition, he has provided guidance and support to over 1000 MSMEs and businesses, helping them achieve profitability and scalability. His dedication to empowering individuals and businesses through financial education and mentorship has made a significant positive impact on the lives of countless people, driving success and economic growth in the communities he serves.