How Kunal Bahl, Deepinder Goyal, Aakrit Vaish and others' childhood trysts with entrepreneurship contribute to adult successes

Kunal Bahl’s earliest tryst with entrepreneurship happened while still in junior school, at its annual carnival. "I set up a stall for magnet-oriented games I created that people loved to play… Every year, I used to end up making about Rs 10,000-15,000," said Bahl, who would go on to co-found online marketplace Snapdeal. . "Given the matches would last through the night, people would eat samosas all night long, since it was too cold to go out and get food." The money went to Child Relief & You (CRY), America.


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