Dev Mishra – Versatile Entrepreneur and founder of IndiaCastore has an edge in celebrity management

Dev Mishra: The youngest and Versatile Entrepreneur owning e-commerce portal indiacastore.in and also has an edge in celebrity management

Dev Mishra the dynamic entrepreneur who owns an e-commerce portal that sells a wide range of celebrity-related merchandise

Dev Mishra is just 17 but his vision and ideas are par with any experienced and known businessman in this competitive world. He has emerged as the youngest professional dealing in celebrity manager apart from a dynamic entrepreneur who owns an e-commerce portal indiacastore.in that sells a wide range of celebrity-related merchandise. His company dealing with celebrity management is called Famesroot Management where he has dealt with a wide range of popular celebrities from different industries.

Being young and dynamic in this industry has also led him to feature in prestigious magazines like Forbes. This speaks volumes about his skills, professionalism, and expertise that he has gained over the years working with top celebrities. Besides, being good in celebrity management, he is also an entrepreneur. He has embarked with an online store called Indiacastore.in dealing with a wide range of merchandise. Besides, he also owns a website development company called Indiaca Webhost. However, he is not just a typical businessman who is more interested in making profits. He is a man of a golden heart and does a lot of charity as well.

Coming from a small family with his grandfather and mother, he allocates funds for various charity work. Dev Mishra donates a good amount of his earnings to charity and that also made him embark with a crowdfunding website as well called indiacahelp.org. Through this, he wants to work with the downtrodden people who have lost hope and make them happy by helping them. Anyone donating any amount through his website, he ensures he showcases the proof for the same by sharing the receipts on YouTube channel for his website Indiaca Help for the charity work. He intends to donate 40 per cent of his earnings for charity. He is fondly called as Dev the Indian

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