Terence Lewis, Vir Das to teach entrepreneurial skills

New Delhi, June 29 (IANS) No idea is too small, and no dream too big — this is what noted names like choreographer Terence Lewis, actor-comedian Vir Das and restaurateur Riyaaz Amlani will teach young entrepreneurs via new show titled “Be Your Own Boss”.

The show brings together some of India’s talented entrepreneurs who have achieved name with their own business acumen.

From restoring vintage bikes, crafting unconventional merchandise to planning a grand wedding — these are some of the tasks that the entrepreneurs will accomplish in this new series that will air on FOX Life.

Also giving insights will be and Rajat Tull, the man behind the quirky product brand Happily Unmarried, along with fashionista baker Kajal Aggarwal, eccentric maker of customised motorbikes, Akshai Verde, wedding planner Ekta Saigal, and caterer Bhakti Mehta.

In “Be Your Own Boss”, show host Kavi Shastri will follow the entrepreneurs as they discover an unconventional new business idea every week, uncover their road to success and witness their exciting journey as they spare no effort to serve a new clientele.

“We are extremely excited to launch this new show with mavericks who put the cool back into entrepreneurship. The show is sure to delight the young, old and curious minds alike through the encouraging stories of entrepreneurs who dared to dream big.

“With BYOB, we also reiterate our promise to experiment with different show formats and bring more quality local content to the Indian audiences,” Swati Mohan, business head – India, FOX International Channels, said in a statement.

The show will start from July 10.

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