CRED Kunal Shah sparked a social media debate. Yes, recently he has started a debate on social media. He is one of the most famous and successful entrepreneurs. And most just him the CEO of Pine Labs, Amrish Rau has also engaged in the debate in which they both have said about the success that can be achieved through struggle or from inheritance. They have started this debate to show the right path to the young youth. Kunal has said that success is not a club that people enter by inheritance. He has made a very long debate online. To know everything read this article till the end.
Kunal Shah is a well-known personality. He is known as an angel investor. He is the founder of CRED and he is also the founder of FreeCharge. The people do not know what is CREd, so it is a member-only credit card bill payment regarding the platform. Kunal has served as a part-time partner at Y Combinator and also an advisor at the Sequoia capital. Kunal has completed his degree of BA in philosophy which he completed from Wilson College, Mumbai. He pursued his MBA degree from the Narsee Monjee Institue of Management Studies in Mumbai but eventually, he dropped out.
Recently, Kunal Shah sparked on social media this week as he started a debate. He said that success was not a club one which might get entered by the inheritance. He said this on Twitter (X). And then this debate was also joined by the CEO of Pine Labs, Amrish Rau, and some more netizens also took part in this debate. Till now the post of Kunal Shah has gained more than 10 thousand reactions on Twitter (X). Scroll down to know what he said.
Kunal Shah said in a post that a lot of successful people take away one gift from their children which makes them successful. Success is a slope. There is not a club that people are entering through inheritance. A lot of studies compare it with the lens of the club. From where did you start and where did you end up? Following him, Amrish Rau said that a lot of successful people have faced a lot of struggles in their careers than their parents. He has also given examples such as Ambani, Satya Nadella, and Mark Zuckerburg. This ongoing debate is to show the right path to the young youth.