Pratham Singh is a 17 years old entrepreneur from New Delhi,India. He is founder of Asian Times Media, and is also known as “Youngest Marketing Guru”. He is also a influential personality on Instagram and a motivational role model of young kids.
Pratham Singh Started Digital Marketing at 15
Pratham started Digital Marketing at the age of 15 as a Youngest Marketing Guru. Along with his class 12th studies at St Gregorios School, Delhi. He was learning new skills every day, whilst being a student of the game. To master his skills he kept applying his knowledge in some real life projects. In a span just 2 years, he became very popular, reason being his hard work and passion for Digital Marketing.
Working With Celebrities
Pratham’s client portfolio includes people like Romil Chaudhary, a contestant of Big Boss Season 12, Maera Mishra from Splitsvilla Season 11, Punjabi Singer Shivjot, Javed Khan Winner of Indias Got Talent, Famous Haryanvi Singer Gulzaar Chhaniwala and many more as a Youngest Marketing Guru.
Pratham believes to be a Youngest Marketing Guru “forever student” of the game, as of the rapid growth in the digital market; staying one step ahead of all, giving him a advantage to try and embrcae new opportunities for himself and his clients in the competitive markets. He has many projects and opportunities awaiting in the pipeline as he plans to scale up his business and registers a company next year.
Pratham is not just a Marketer but a influencer too, with over 15K followers on Instagram (
@theprathamsinghmsingh), inspiring youths, with his podcast named “Pratham’s Perspective”, sharing his experience and motivating others to take actions.
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