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Aman Gupta, a Judge on the “Shark Tank,” Admits He Was Unsuccessful in Six Businesses Before to Starting boAt!!

Aman Gupta posted a short video of Shark Tank India season 2 in which he told the founder of content platform STAGE that the country needs people like them.

Aman Gupta, the co-founder of boAt Lifestyle and a well-known judge on the TV show Shark Tank India, recently talked about his own journey as an entrepreneur. He talked about how he had to try and fail at six businesses before he finally found success with his electronics brand. Mr. Gupta shared a post on Twitter that told his fellow entrepreneurs not to give up after a failure and to keep working hard.

“We all have bad times in life. I, too, have been sad more times than anyone can count. But there is only one way out when you hit rock bottom: up. Keep working hard, because the day you stop trying is the day you fail,” Mr. Gupta wrote on Twitter. He also wrote, “Inspired by the spirit of such entrepreneurs and people with a spirit like that.”

Aman Gupta also uploaded a little video clip from the second season of Shark Tank India, in which he had a conversation with the founder of content platform STAGE, telling him that the country requires more people like them.

“India needs people like you. I’ll tell you why. Many Indian entrepreneurs fail, but to come back from that and build a company worth 300 crores is, like, amazing. What do you think? What do you think? “he said.

When the founders of the new company heard this, they nodded. Then Mr. Gupta said, “Six of my businesses failed, which is why boAt was made.”

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He went on to remind STAGE’s founders, “You’ve built a 300 crore firm. I feel you are the entrepreneur’s ray of hope. They would look at you and say, ‘Boss, gir ke banda 300 crore ki company bana sakta hai na to isse jyaada kuch nahi chahiye (Boss, gir ke banda 300 crore ki company bana sakta hai na to isse jyaada kuch nahi chahiye). I’m not simply donating money. It’s all about India.”

Vinay Kumar Singhal, Parveen Singhal, and Shashank Vaishnav presented STAGE, an innovative OTT platform that streams material in Indian languages. The trio received funding from not one, but three Shark Tank India judges: Piyush Bansal, Namita Thapar, and Aman Gupta.

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