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Help Devraj Bhaiya Survive Economic Battles against Covid-19
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    Devraj Bhaiya

    from Bengaluru, Karnataka

Devraj Bhaiya, owner of one of the favourite Street Vending Businesses in the vicinity of CHRIST (Deemed to be Univeristy) who revamped his business recently with the help of Project Streetopreneur's young team, invested in a revamp of his stall, added new and unique flavours to the type of Sweet Corn he used to sell earlier not long before the Covid-19 situation put his business and small savings to an exhaust.

He is father to 2 kids and husband to a wife (having a small job), and is responsible for meeting the major expenses of his house rent and kids' education. Which he hasn't been able to pay for the past 3 months, owing to the closure of CHRIST (Deemed to be University) due to the Covid-19 Lockdown and complete lack of business thereof.

An all-time believer in entrepreneurship and risk taker, Devraj is now feeling the burden beyond he had imagined and is looking at alternatives for switching to a job and giving up on entrepreneurship. But he hasnt been able to see any light in either directions.

The continuity of one of the best and the Unique Sweet Corn Business "Corn Ok Please" for the students and faculty members of Christ University, is in a doubtful position and new students who have just been granted admission, might never be able to enjoy the healthy and tasty snack before, during or after the college hours.

With help from this fundraiser, Devraj bhaiya promises to payback to the student community of SG Palya, not only with keeping the brand alive, but also ensuring more hygienic, contact-less and eco-friendly ways of providing better value to his customers by bringing in interesting new flavours from time to time.

Its local businesses like him who need their all-time customers to stand up for them and help them survive through these challenging times.

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