Sushil Singh: An Inspirational Journey

Sushil Singh

Indian entrepreneur Sushil Singh is indeed an inspiration to follow for every young kid in India who has a passion to do something and make an impact. Sushil, as you all know, is a college dropout. He was studying at the University of Allahabad in the early 2000s. At that time, Sushil did not find studies as a way to make his career productive. It led him to make a move to Delhi and see the corporate world. 

After working for several MNCs for 10 to 12 years, Sushil started his entrepreneurial journey with SSR Techvision. In just two years, he raised millions of dollars and started other organisations such as Deebaco, SaiVa SysTem, SaiVa AcadEmy and NGO Just Wish. In just seven years, Sushil has raised a lot of funds and is working hard for making sure that there is a light at the end of the tunnel when it comes to showing others chances to become something. He started from the very bottom and now has everything to take care of, from finishes to the good life.

Sushil was raised in Mumbai and did live a very hard life. As his father was a security guard, it became hard for him to go to the best possible school. The main objective then was to have food at the table, so they can live a happy life. 

“I did face a lot of challenges during my childhood – but it did make me famous for making sure that things can work very well now. Many things happen for a reason – and I feel that it was something that happened to make me a leader,” said Sushil Singh. 

Sushil does feel connected with those who do have many things. Hence, his team works hard with Just Wish so it can allow several quality souls to live a decent life and make an impact that does work well. 

Just Wish, as an NGO, is doing a great job by helping those who need it the most. It shows that every element that comes from the very bottom does have things to make life look out of this world. It is just that there should be many persons like Sushil Singh who can make a change. 

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