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So often Mr. Chahal gets interviewed on TV. recently he appeared on Oprah Winfrey Show, where he was introduced as "One of the youngest and also the wealthiest entrepreneurs on the planet Earth." Watch Chahal's Interview On Oprah's Show. He has appeared on other talk shows such as The Bonnie Hunt Show, The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet, CNBC, Current TV and on Neil Cavuto's show.Soon he has become Youth Icon and Ideal for many young aspirants.
In September 2009, Chahal started his third venture, gWallet, a virtual currency platform.
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On December 1, 2009, gWallet raised its first institutional round of financing totaling $12.5 million from Adam Street Partners, Trinity Ventures, Stanford University and various others. If you want to know more about him visit G Chahal website.
Chahal has about 6000+ followers on Twitter. Chahal is regular on twitter and keeps updating his tweets. People who are interested to read him more and know more of his views, may visit his Blog and leave their comments there. Enjoy friending Mr. Chahal on Myspace. Mr. G Chahal also has his official Page on Facebook having about 151856+ people liking it. He is also the author of a most renowned book The Dream.
Visit Dr. Farrah Gray Official Website. He has recently been featured by AOL Black Voices as making Black History 2008. He was also named as one of the most influential Black men in America by the National Urban League's Urban Influence Magazine. Ebony Magazine recognized him as an entrepreneurial icon, business mogul and best-selling author. Raised in the impoverished South side of Chicago, Dr. Gray defied the odds and became a self-made millionaire by the age of 14. At the age of 21, he received an Honorary Doctorate degree of Humane Letters from Allen University. This was in recognition of his ingenious economic mind and distinguished commitment to the development of values such as leadership, integrity and scholarship. In his rise from poverty to national and international prominence as an entrepreneurial icon and pre-eminent power speaker, Dr. Gray has inspired millions around the world. At the age of 24, he has achieved more than many achieve in a lifetime. Listen to Farrah gray's first Interview.
Since his first interview at 11 years old on KVBC Channel 3, Gray has become a celebrity, featured in thousands of print, magazine, radio and television media including The NBC reality show Starting Over, 20/20, Good Morning America, ABC World News Tonight, The Montel Williams Show, Oprah & Friends, Tom Joyner Show, The Michael Baisden Show, The Tavis Smiley Show, CNBC, BET, NBC, FOX, CBS, NPR, Ebony, Jet, Essence, Upscale, Black MBA, the Wall Street Journal and the New York Post. He was also featured as one of the Dream Team Financial Experts for “O” The Oprah Magazine in March 2008 issue. He is also a syndicated columnist with the National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) federation of 200 weekly newspapers reaching more than 15 million readers. As an AOL Money Coach, Dr. Gray gives advice to millions of AOL subscribers daily on leadership, personal development, diversity, strategic planning, creativity, business development and financial management.Dr. Gray is the Co-CEO of Realty Pros Real Estate Asset Management Company Brokerage with over 30 million under management. He is also the Co-Publisher/Editor-in-Chief of Prominent an online Edutainment Magazine.
Dr. Gray’s latest books “Get Real, Get Rich” and “The Truth Shall Make You Rich” a no-holds-barred rejection of the fallacies we've all heard--and believed--about success and how to achieve it. Dr. Gray’s first book “Reallionaire” was nominated by NBC & Publishers Weekly Quill Awards in the category of "Health/Self-Improvement." His book appeared on the Amazon and Barnes & Noble's Best-sellers lists two weeks before its international release. “Reallionaire” was also named as the #1 Best-selling Nonfiction Paperback book in the August 2005 Issue of Essence Magazine.
Suhas is now 21 years old. When he was just 14, this guy from Bangalore, India founded a company called Globals, Inc in San Jose, California. The reason for trying his luck in the United States rather than his native country was because there are laws in India that prevented him — then as a minor — to start a company legally. Starting with only 4 employees, he now employs around 400 students between India and the U.S.A.He jokingly shares that he wants to retire at the age of 24. Right now, he’s a workaholic and national icon who’s listed in India’s record books as “The World’s Youngest Chief Executive”. He’s also terribly frugal and has shockingly turned down a $100 million investment from a VC firm. So far, he’s doing very well on his own, with 200 clients throughout the world, offices in 11 countries and software products that address market niches such as software for schools akin to an electronic class register that tracks the grades and attendance of students. Another product his company has developed (and is a candidate for a patent), is a data management tool that would help IT companies decrease their workforce and lower their costs.
Anshul Samar is a 13 year old student at Lawsoatn Middle School in Cupertino. He’s also the articulate CEO of his gaming startup, Elementeo. His company is aiming to inject fun into learning with the creation of a fantasy role playing board game that teaches chemistry. This is how his game works (from Venture Beat):Watch Anshul's Interview.So far, his goal is to reach $1 million in revenues by the end of his first year on the job, which is by summer of 2008. He’s seeking funding to mass produce his idea and has been attending entrepreneurship technology conferences to gain some visibility. Impressive, how he’s put together a sharp team which includes his 11 year old sister as the VP of Sales.
This ain’t your regular kid at 19 years old. He’s the 6′ 4″CEO of Comcate, a software company that provides customer support tools for local governments. He started the company based on a sixth grade technology class project when he was just 12 years of age while he attended the Town School for Boys, a popular school in San Francisco. Since then, several dozen clients from small to mid-sized cities are ringing up annual revenue of around $750,000 for his company. And while teens his age are focusing on college, he’s schmoozing with famed Silicon Valley high tech executives and VCs. As if that weren’t enough, he just wrote a book as well called “My Startup Life: What a (Very) Young CEO Learned on His Journey Through Silicon Valley”, which I’m tempted to pick up. Last I checked, he doesn’t look anything like a geek either. If you want to keep tabs on this whiz kid, check out his blog at Ben Casnocha: The Blog.