There is no doubt that India has immense talent. With its growing population and rising economy, most international businesses have an eye on the market. This is also means that there is tough competition when it comes to doing business in the country. There is also a significant amount of poverty in the country due to which many talented individuals do not get opportunities in many fields including business.
Many businesses make sure they have some form of corporate social responsibility that they undertake in order to give back to the society. It may take different forms such as raising charity events, helping poor people, cleanliness drives, blood donations, mentoring sessions and so on. This is what far-sighted entrepreneurs, like Kartikeya Sharma, Sunday Guardian founder and owner of Pro Wrestling League, are doing.
Kartikeya Sharma is trying to promote wrestling in India and bring it back to its original glory with his ProSportify project. The purpose of this initiative is to give Indian wrestlers from all over the country a level playing field and giving them a platform to improve their wrestling skills so they can compete internationally. This helps to provide support and guidance to the local wrestlers no matter what society they belong to. Moreover, it also helps to revive a national sport that is almost dying. It is also creating the right balance between work and sports, by providing opportunities to not only the employees who work in the firm but also to the entire nation.
Such initiatives taken by successful Indian entrepreneurs and businessmen like Kartikeya Sharma, ITV owner, helps to nurture a comfortable working environment which is not only focused on making profits, but also on doing good for the society.