Aatim Javaid: a Young entrepreneur from Srinagar breaking the obstacles at the young age

Aatim Javaid: a Young entrepreneur from Srinagar breaking the obstacles at the young age


Aatim Javaid is Young entrepreneur from Srinagar who deals with the Mobile selling business at the young age of 17

Mobile has become a really basic need for people everywhere the planet . Everyone uses a smartphone, even small kids are hooked in to it. 

Mobile has become an entertainment medium quite its basic use which is to attach with others. Interest in mobile s and therefore the number of mobile phone brands entering the Indian market has steadily risen over the last decade. 

Aatim Javaid may be a Young entrepreneur from Rainawari area of Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir.

He is just 17 years old and is currently a commerce Student of class 11th.

Aatim Javaid recently started his own business of selling Mobile Phones. Aatim Javaid's hardwork is breaking age barriers as he is just 17 years old. He is one of the Young Entrepreneur from the Srinagar.

While speaking to AUYK Blogs, Aatim said "It was very difficult to start my very own business but with the help of almighty Allah I started it at a little age .My plan is to maintain business and develop my Entrepreneur skills So, I can give more people jobs and help my society fighting unemployment"


Undoubtedly, Selling New and old Mobile business is one among the simplest small business ideas to start out in Kashmir

Although an honest performing Mobile Shop makes a mean net income of 20% on its daily sales, and 80% of these who get into this business gets financial freedom at the young age.

Additionally, Mobile shops have cut-throat competition for the rationale that there are minimal barriers to entry. But at an equivalent time, when checked out the given past, and up to date past trends, the longer term for this Mobile business looks very rewarding and profitable if done right.


What message do you want to give to the youth ?

Don’t let someone else’s vision of success force you to stray from the path you worked to be on. Carve your own path and you’ll always be heading in the right direction

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