Meet the world’s youngest CEOs

Inspiration and talent have never been too less in this world full of geniuses. If you thought age is a measure of how successful you are, then you thought wrong. The success of these people was not based on their age, it was based on sheer talent, hardwork and skill. When you thought you would start something of your own in college or maybe after it, these prodigies had a ‘been there, done that’ expression on their face!

Today they stand as little pieces of inspiration for all of us:

Meet the world's yougest CEOs

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While these kids are making it big the little league, check out the big player on top of their game

Meet the India's Top Ten CEOs

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Quiz: How well do you know India's economy?

Question 1

Which of these products is India the world's largest producer of?

Poll Choice Options
  • Wheat
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