The Directors of ‘Scoop Beats Private Limited’ Will Give 10% Revenue to Charity and Start Their Own Charity Foundation

Both Akhilendra and Divya are young but they realize their responsibility as entrepreneurs to give back to the people.

When we hear the word entrepreneur, the first thing that comes to our mind is an influential person with a huge business. The person is someone who has raised his own company from scratch, seen all the ups and downs in the business and has a desire to become rich. In some cases, this view regarding an entrepreneur is indeed true, but there are some exceptions to it. Not all entrepreneurs are cutthroat and selfish. Some have seen the hardships that others face in their lives and to ease it a bit, become entrepreneurs. Yes, it’s true they too want their businesses to succeed but at the same time, they wish to see the betterment of society as well. Two such young entrepreneurs who are actively involved in business for the sake of the people are Akhilendra Sahu and Divya Gandotra Tandon.

Both Akhilendra and Divya are young but they realize their responsibility as entrepreneurs to give back to the people. Akhilendra is 20-year-old but has rightly achieved the title of India’s Youngest Serial Entrepreneur. He comes from Narsinghpur, Madhya Pradesh. He fulfilled his dream of having his company in the form of ASTNT Technologies Private Limited which now has many subsidiaries. Divya is 19 and is widely popular as the ‘Tech Girl’ in the YouTube community. She started making YouTube videos based on technology and now is one of the successful female entrepreneurs in India. Through her company ‘Scoop Beats’ she has provided a platform for many to get employed in the field of digital media. Now, these two visionaries have collaborated on a new project called ‘Scoop Beats Private Limited.’

Scoop Beats Private Limited is a piece of news and digital media company to employ the young generation in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. Jammu & Kashmir is one of the states in India that despite having a talented and skilled workforce, faces the problem of unemployment. However, due to support from the Indian government and the boost given by the digitalization revolution, the state has been the center of attraction for many. Akhilendra and Divya saw this opportunity and decided to make good out of it. 

The new company will serve as a platform for the dissemination of news and media and will cover a range of niches from Entertainment, Business, Health, Science, and Technology to name a few. The intent is to educate the reader and enhance their ability to retain the information. Both Akhilendra and Divya are all set to impart their knowledge to others via the company and to learn new things themselves. They are looking forward to taking on the new post-pandemic world with confidence and motivation. 

What comes as a cherry on top, is the decision made by the directors of ‘Scoop Beats Private Limited’ is to donate 10% of the total revenues generated to charity. This decision has received full support from both the young entrepreneurs. They are of the view that when you have sufficient for yourself you should share the rest. Having such a mindset at a young age is rare. Also, they have decided to start their charity foundation in the coming months. This makes Akhilendra and Divya two of the young Indian entrepreneurs to engage in charity works. They are setting an example for all the budding entrepreneurs. 

Since they are doing their part, it is our responsibility too to support them in their good deeds. We can extend our support by liking and following the official page of ‘Scoop Beats’ on Facebook and Instagram


Written by Garry Logan

Serial entrepreneur | Digital Marketing Expert | Marketing Consultant | Crypto Market Enthusiast|| Founder & CEO at Glitch Digital.