The youngest millionaires Russia
I suggest you 7 short stories of the most successful young people in Russia, which may inspire you to start.
1. Vsevolod Fear (24), the company "Sotomarket"
Vsevolod began his "business" with the imports from China USB-cable. The first small batch was bought on the accumulated pocket money. Goods brought a friend. In the era of the birth of smortfonov such cables were very much in demand. Gradually shop "Sotomarket" expanded the range and at the moment is a complete online hypermarket selling computers, components and accessories. In the state - more than 700 employees, annual turnover - 4 billion US dollars.
2. Oleg Gerasimov (23) and Arkady Khokhlov (21), the company "Fast & Shine"
The idea for the business, Oleg saw, being in New York, while still a student. He was surprised that enterprising youths with a special cleaning agent and rags with a micro-fiber of contrived for a time, until the traffic light, red light, a car wash to shine. And there is no water!
At home Oleg attracted to the idea of Arcadia, and together they bought the first batch of tools and rags. However, the means in the harsh winters, Russia has not passed the test of cold, and had to independently develop analog, which, by the way, cost much cheaper.
As a result, a year later the company "Fast & Shine" has brought to the founders of the first million dollars, and a few years later the franchise on the brand appeared in almost one hundred cities of the CIS.
3. Nicholas Saganenko (25), prototyping studio "Layout-Master"
Nicholas first appeared on the cover of Russian Forbes in 19 years. At that time, he had a lot of bright startups that quickly took off, but did not linger. Sustained success has brought an idea that was "overheard" in the conversation of friends who complained about the lack of companies that real estate models are made. Wanting a lot, and artists - no. And then Nikolai without a single gram of professional education and knowledge, find an architect, a small office, and from the very first week it rained orders. Which, by the way, have grown into a large-scale work, including on the sports complex in Sochi.
4. Simon Kiba (24), the company "UniFashion"
Business without investing "fired" the young residents of St. Petersburg, who "played" on the love of the mother to the university. He started with the fact that just did the layout hoodies with the symbols of the alma mater and received an advance payment and the order for manufacturing of goods. Since it started, and then gradually developed into a production and contracts with leading universities in the country.
5. Fedor Tikhomirov (27) and Alexander Koksharov (26), the company FK-Ramps
Two young men, amateur extreme ride on roller skates and skateboards, built a makeshift platform for honing skills. They paid attention and showered with orders for the same sites. At the moment Fedor and Alexander a small company that equips a platform for adventure sports across Russia. This example confirms the fact that the favorite thing may well bring not only fun, but also income.
6. Andrei Pryakhin (27), design studio "Kefir"
Andrew was able to find its niche in the business, starting with the computer game "Mission Saakashvili," based on the events of the war in Georgia. Next, a young entrepreneur set up a design studio that has hit the difficult situation in times of crisis. Andrew saved from bankruptcy by another simulation game in which all those who wish to live in prison and feel convict. The game has become very popular since the early days.
7. Andrew Ternovskii (22), chat to communicate Chatroulette
Andrew, as a schoolboy 17 years, 3 days to write a simple chat, where complete strangers can communicate via video. Chatroulette chat first wave swept the West, and then the CIS. Andrew hunted for leading companies in the world, offering them jobs and internships. Andrew, at that time a modest student, confessed that on the day on advertising in their chat was earning about $ 1,500.
They say that they can not all be businessmen, someone needs to work on his uncle. And I think there are people who are incarcerated under the business, and there are those who are made to work for wages. And both sides nowhere without each other.