A digital warrior, this young Pahadi has set a new example of mountainism and humanity by connecting more than 100 local business, institutions and folk artists to digital platforms in the period of lockdown.
While thousands of stories of humanity and service were heard during the coronavirus lockdown, there was also a pahadi young guy who, in this difficult period, connected more than 100 local businessmen, institutions and folk artists to digital platforms. He helped in handling businesses that gave him a new ray of hope.
Twenty-three-year-old Subodh Prasad (also known as Subodh Dangwal), natively from the Rudraprayag district of Uttarakhand, is a digital marketer by profession for almost five years. Renowned institutions have been providing services to institutions and political persons. From the beginning, Subodh Prasad had a special affection for Uttarakhand and pahad, when he came in the field of digital marketing. He started seeing additional possibilities in Uttarakhand, also began his career by building PR of a local yoga school. While living in different cities of Uttarakhand, he worked with national celebrities, political figures and institutions.
Subodh says that the demand for online marketing started increasing when many businesses started shutting down due to the lockdown. But somewhere, local traders, artists and organisations coming from the inaccessible areas of Uttarakhand are still far away from this digital revolution.
During the coronavirus era, there was a huge negative impact on their business and a friend sought his help in this, which resulted in a good profit. This inspired Subodh, who them started talking to local businessmen and offered his services at the lowest cost with free consulting. Subodh explains that during this time, he established more than 150 businesses on a digital platform, which, today, have connected with millions of audiences through social media, websites and other platforms and are earning profit.