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How these young Bengaluru founders started up in a basement and took their business to Rs 3 Cr revenue

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  • Started by Mayur Tekwani and Lanwin Pais in a basement in 2015, digital marketing and production firm Think Tree Media now has over 50 clients and 27 employees. Here's how Mayur and Lanwin did it.

Source | yourstory.com | Rishabh Mansur

In 2015, two friends were working out of a small basement in a house in Bengaluru. The basement had a few laptops, chairs, a table and a mosquito bat. “Lanwin Pais and I started as event enthusiasts during college -planning and organising experiences for F&B clients. We decided to leverage our network of reliable contacts within the F&B industry and start a business. The basement of my house would become our first office,” says Mayur Tekwani. Mayur and his St. Joseph’s College of Commerce batchmate Lanwin worked full time jobs at a family textile business and Amazon, respectively, and took the decision to quit so they could start a business. Mayur co-founded Think Tree Media when he was 22 -around the same age as Lanwin. But Lanwin had been organising events for Bengaluru restaurants and pubs before Mayur.

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