The boy of a small village in Shivsagar district of Assam has become a model of inspiration for thousands of people today. Hironmoy, who was once a victim of depression and loneliness, started his business for Rs. 10 for a living. But today’s success is discussed on every side.
When he was just 15 years old, he lost his elder brother in a road accident. A few years later, Hironmoy lost his mother who had been ill for more than a decade, despite the family’s best efforts to save her life.
It was not easy for 18-year-old Hironmoy to free himself from this tragedy. Without wasting further tears, he started accepting whatever life threw at him and facing whatever he was exposed to.
There were numerous obstacles when it came to pursuing further studies – familial depression, instability and financial drawbacks. But he never cheated on his dream. Furthermore, he never wanted to make these incidents an excuse for his failures in life.
In fact, he converted the biggest tragedy of his life into the greatest motivator, when it came to fulfilling his dreams. For him, the urge to lead an extraordinary life ignited the spark to become an entrepreneur.
Hironmoy is currently working with Gaon Ka Khana (GKK), which is a national award winning food-tech startup in Assam. He has also worked with Hopun Roshar Mon, which produces motivational videos and visuals for its many followers. Besides, he is also dealing with his virtual startup, MCH Technologies, in the business process outsourcing (BPO) industry.
Gaon Ka Khana
For Hironmoy, GKK was basically an experimental project to evaluate whether it’s feasible to improve and develop a great business with minimum investment or not. The idea was to convey the message that business isn’t only about investments. It is also about finding the right idea by identifying the right market needs and then working on it, according to one’s capabilities.
In the words of Hironmoy, “People especially in Assam have a misconception that business is all about huge investments without which we can’t live. To be honest, we started GKK with only ₹10 in hand and ensured the optimum use of resources available to us.”
The boy of a small village in Shivsagar district of Assam has become a model of inspiration for thousands of people today. Hironmoy Gogoi, who was once a victim of depression and loneliness, started his business for Rs. 10 for a living. But today’s success is discussed on every side.
Gogoi was immersed in contemplation meditation for a long time and then decided that he would not let his life be wasted. One day, the idea of creating a website called ‘gaonkakhana.webs.com’ came in his mind. Today, at the age of 21, Hironmoy has emerged as a successful businessman.
According to a website, a Multi Service Provider Company has appointed Hironmoy Gogoi as CEO of the company. With this, Hironmoy has become the youngest CEO.