Mr. Vikas Jaiswal
Mr. Vikas Jaiswal
Achiever's Success Story
How a small-town boy from Bihar penned a million-dollar success story
Vikas Jaiswal started carrier in 2012 and worked with many big companies managed a monthly revenue from $100K to $10M+ with sustainable growth.Vikas Jaiswal grew up in the small village (Hawaspur,Patori) of Samastipur in Bihar. His father is a shopkeeper with a dream of making his son something (Don’t know what).There were no entrepreneurs in his family but there was traditonal businesses. It was a typical Indian small-town, middle-class family.Vikas always wanted to pursue entrepreneurship and destiny had plans.
The Bihari boy moved to Delhi in 2007 to finish his graduation (BBA) at International school of Business & Media. After BBA, Vikas joined the Institute of Management technology,Gzb to study MBA.
After study completion,He joined a US based mobile video startup Vliv. He was first employee of this company worked for four years and during this phase something happened that would change his life.
Vikas always wanted to do something into mobile app area.So,he worked with many mobile app first company and Ad Networks after Vliv like : Oxygen Wallet,Affle India,Fabhotel,Collectcent etc.
During struggle of coming from village to capital and get work,he learned a lot and this fight gave him strength to face any difficulties in future.He was very good observer and visionary from his childhood.These quality always helps him to achieve their goal and delivery.Some are here:
- He is a NTSA (State level competion) winner in 2003.
- He won many scholarships test during his high school.
- Developed many mobile apps( Inspired Quotes,Skooler etc.) and successful UA starategy.
- Drive app ranking on app store from Zero to top 100 in many countries.
- Set up a complete new business channel and delivered 10x of target along with high profit rate.
He is organising his app development and marketing activity now so that he could monetize those well.
“After the first app was published many people contacted me to understand the process. Seeing the interest, I thought why not start a company. I analysed the market and figured there is definitely a need,” says Vikas.