Former security guard, earning 2 lakh rupees every month from tea selling
Money plays a very important role in living a good life. Living life in this world without money is a very challenging task. In such a situation, if someone loses his job, then frustration is normal. Many people do not even overcome the sorrow of going to work. But if tried to find other ways, one can definitely find a way to success.
Today, through this story, we are going to tell you about a person who made a new start after losing his job without being frustrated, and today he is earning 2 lakh rupees per month.
Raven Shinde hails from Pune, Maharashtra just a class 12th alumni. He told that he came to Pune with his siblings 6 years ago in search of work. There, he started working as a security guard in a logistics company of Pimpri Chinchwad with a salary of Rs 12 thousand per month. But in the last month of December 2019, the company got closed due to which he lost his job. After he lost his job, Revan opened a snack centre.
Meanwhile in December 2019, the organization shut down its activities and Raven lost his employment. “I took up random temp jobs like working at a tidbits community. At that point on March 15, I leased a spot and began my own tidbit and tea corner in Pimpri,” he says.
Little did Raven realize that seven days after the fact, the country would go into an exacting lock-down inferable from the Covid pandemic. With the sudden turn in occasions, the new business person lost every one of the reserve funds he had put resources into his business.
Some way or another hauling as the months progressed, in June, Raven saw a chance to financially recover. “Around that time, the city began to open up gradually and individuals returned to work in little numbers. Yet, because of well being concerns, workers in the mechanical and banking areas were fearful of drawing nearer their closest tea merchants,” he says.
The other issue, Raven says, was that the tea was offered in plastic cups, which was undesirable and not liked by the clients. With well being turning into a need, he chose to make it his selling point. “I began contacting likely clients with a bottle and paper cups — straightforwardly in their workplaces. The main serving was offered free as I needed them to check it out,” he adds. This was the means by which Raven provoked an interest for his tea.
He continuing the exercise of providing free tea for a period of two months nearby. He was distributing tea among bank employees and in industrial and commercial areas only. After some time, the customers began calling him up for orders regularly that boosted his confidence . Along with ginger tea, the Revan startup offers coffee and hot milk as well. A small cup of tea is sold at Rs 6, while a big cup is priced at Rs 10 only to everyone.
“Most of the potential customers who tried my tea were happy about the hygienic and safe beverage being delivered to their desks without the fear of risking their health at a tea stall,” Revan adds.
Six months after the operations, about 700 cups were served across Pimpri-Chinchwad, and Revan’s venture earned daily profits of Rs 2,000 almost. “The monthly business has scaled to upto Rs 2 lakh a month out of which about Rs 50,000 are profits,” he shares with smile.
Revan shares that he has now employed five people to match the demand for tea delivery regularly. “Tea is made at a central kitchen only using all hygienic precautions , and five people from a village in Solapur, a couple of whom are students, have joined the business now ,” he adds.
And now, the young entrepreneur is all set to expand his services in Pune . “Currently, we only serve tea in the Pimpri-Chinchwad nearby area. we also plan to offer some quality snacks to my customers who often make such requests along tea.