Farrhad Acidwalla: The young boy who caught his dream

Indian entrepreneurs and business giants are always in the frontline of the business race. Let us add another name to that list. Farrhad Acidwalla had a dream to do something big, and he did it eloquently. Born in 1993, in Pune, Maharashtra, India, Acidwalla had an interest in doing e-commerce since his childhood. In his 8th grade, he borrowed $10 from his parents to buy his domain name. He went to Bombay Scottish School and H.R. College of Commerce and Economics.


Acidwalla started his career with creating aviation and an aeromodelling website. Later he founded Rockstah media in 2009, which is a website development firm. After gaining popularity in his field he has founded CYBERNATIVE, which is a cybersecurity solution providing platform. He became the youngest entrepreneur in the country in 2012. As a cherry on the top, he has received the felicitation of several channels and organizations for the great achievement at this much early age.


He has been called for giving lectures on the platform of TEDx. In 2014 he was the youngest speaker in IIT Kharagpur, one of the finest engineering institutions of India. He has been teaching digital marketing and entrepreneurship to the under graduate as well as post graduate students of some of the brightest and prestigious institutions of the country.


For those people who have a big dream and have an endeavor to achieve it, Farrhad is the best example for them. Vogue India has selected him for the country’s smartest Gen Z-ers of the moment. He has also been the preacher in CNN IBN. LiveMint, Yahoo! Finance, MSN.Com, and so on.

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