Anubhav Dubey known as ‘The Kulhad man of India’ and Co-founder of leading food and beverage company Chai Sutta Bar (CSB) discusses the upliftment of the business ecosystem of Madhya Pradesh with Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan. The discussion was on the theme of uplifting the youth of the State, preventing them from drug abuse, and motivating them for entrepreneurship.
Anubhav Dubey in his meeting with the Chief Minister at his residence has exchanged ideas on how to uplift and motivate the youth for entrepreneurship and turn them into job-givers and not job-seeking individuals. He also talked about a tree plantation drive. Both of them have taken an oath to make Madhya Pradesh a drug-free State.
Talking to Bizz Buzz, Anubhav Dubey said: “Meeting the man, who made MP as the nation’s cleanest State, was a significant moment for me. We began our conversation by planting a tree and talked about the State’s startup policies and how the State government is working to support ambitious entrepreneurs in creating a startup ecosystem.”
Anubhav added: “I am very overwhelmed and filled with gratitude when I got to share CSB’s story with him, how we started, and the fundamentals of bootstrap and I am very positive that we can make MP a State of job providers instead of job seekers under our chief minister’s leadership.”
The CM and Dubey also had a brief discussion on Indore’s sixth-time victory in becoming India’s cleanest city and how to promote this in the overall State.
“The majority of workers in CSB outlets are orphans, differently-abled, or unemployed; working there gives them a chance in life. While the name ‘Chai Sutta Bar’ implies smoking, CSB is known for its love of chai, not sutta and bar,” he informed.
“The availability of Kulhad Tea encouraged 350-400 small families to seek seasonal employment in Kulhad production. With over 375 outlets in175 cities across India, CSB aims to open more than 1,500 outlets by the end of 2022, not just in India but globally.”
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