Have you ever met someone so passionate to start a business during school life?
It’s the phase where students are worried about homework, school syllabus and examinations that they hardly think to innovate anything. But a 13-year young boy named Mustafa came with the idea of reinventing the clutter. He transformed the unused glass jars into action figures and animals figurines giving a gold look to all of them.
His idea was appreciated which encouraged him to participate in the Entrepreneurship Bazaar for an investment of PKR 1500. He not only redeemed the invested amount but also earned a profit of PKR 5500.
From there he partnered with his younger brothers Musa and Momin, 12 and 11 years old respectively and launched their brand called “The Recyclers.”
It’s an idea of creating lamps from the scrap. The best and most celebrated lamp under their belt is a look-alike of a book reader.
From warrior lamps to Buddha Monk and to dinosaurs, these fresh and creative brainy kids know how to attract buyers with their designs. They are now running a full-fledged business in Islamabad based on their arts and crafts store.
And also, they don’t miss to participate in any exhibitions where their talent is applauded. Without any doubt, they have set a great example of making something worth from the clutter. Something we haven’t really imagined!
This is also an example of chasing your curiosity and breaking the stereotypes. They have the idea, they work for it and they proved themselves. The young minds are also the best minds to step into the Entrepreneurship and they achieved it at the right time.
We wish them Good Luck for the future.
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