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The Young guys from Bhubaneswar are making revenue of 13.5 lakh per month by selling fresh meat

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An idea can change your life. The one-liner aptly suits two college students in Odisha who have turned an idea into a successful venture.

Meet Soumya Ranjan Panda and Darshan Baral who are supplying fresh and processed meat to households in Bhubaneswar. The idea of venturing into a meat trade hit them during a casual walk of the city in 2017.

The duo, both in their early 20s, thought of supplying fresh meat to households in the same prices available in the market by opening an emeat company, “We saw a business opportunity in supplying fresh meat to households at the same prices available at the market. We then tied-up with the butchers to supply us with fresh meat. They agreed as it was increasing their sales,” says Soumya.

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In January 2017, the college students finally started emeat business of supplying fresh meat to people at their door step within 75 minutes of the order being placed, “We supply mostly all kinds of meat and seafood and the orders can be placed through calls, website and have served over 3000 clients in the city. We have a high retention rate as we serve fresh meat and at the market price,” said Darshan.

The duo makes profit from the butchers who sell them meat lower than their retail price because of bulk orders. The young entrepreneurs are making around Rs 13.5 lakh per month.

Why emeat?

It is because they supply fresh meat at your doorstep within 75 minutes without charging extra.

Darshan Baral & Soumya Ranjan Panda
Founders, emeat (Bhubaneswar, Odisha)
7894422999
www.emeat.in

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