The 21-year-old Romy Johson who has his ventures set in Canada and India is a successful EdTech entrepreneur. He made over 3.5 crore rupees in a year to make his company ‘Cool Gurus’ the fastest growing English Training Institute from Kerala. With his efforts, he has helped thousands of students to qualify high stakes IELTS tests.
Romy Johnson is now revealing the secrets of his success. Below are the top 5 tips that Romy Johnson gives to new EdTech entrepreneurs.
- Do not make it late at seeking future customers
Show them the product and get their feedback. You need to believe in yourself and your product. Earlier you showcase your product, the earlier you get the feedback and have the time to make changes.
- Observe your customers
Watch your customers, see if they are liking it. Do not make assumptions. The true value is ultimately given by your customers.
- Build a network
Working by yourself is important but when you work alongside others, you get to learn and work gets done quickly. Talk to academics, teachers and other entrepreneurs of the EdTech community to achieve things in different ways.
- Be passionate
When you are trying to establish a company in the EdTech industry, you need to be passionate about helping students and teachers. Unless you are passionate you cannot resonate at an academic level and bring forth the changes needed. You have to make an effort to truly learn something and win their heart.