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Fireside chat with Harshmeen Kaur, Entrepreneur, Business advisor, CEO&Youtuber

Who is Harshmeen Kaur?

Harshmeen Kaur is an immigrant from India, living in New Zealand. I am an Entrepreneur, boxer, gym freak, business advisor/coach, CEO, Investor, and Youtuber.

What’s the story behind your ventures?

My success story started when I left my job in May 2019. I was driving uber eats to support myself while trying to build my businesses. I had few failures too which lead me to understand how to run my own business and building my relationship with business owners was the second advantage.

I have the following businesses: Swachh Group Limited T/A Swachh Services and Solutions, Commercial Cleaning Business, Business Pros Nz Limited, Business Coaching and setting the website for the google of business in Nz, HK Sasson Limited, Lending Assistant at Quantum Finance (To be a Mortgage Broker), Researcher, Notable Pictures for a show, Arranged Season 3 on TV3, Youtube Channel for business Owners to share their story and also to share my life and skills.
All my businesses were started in 2 years and now trying to reach out to the masses to discuss and show my businesses through Youtube. Travel 3 weeks of the month and stay 1 week at home. I really worked hard to have different incomes so that if Lockdown happened I have different streams of income are there.

What was the most difficult part of your experience in the early beginnings?

The hardest part of starting the business was no support from the people around you. You lose friends and they don’t have friends who will support you. They will never congratulate you. Also, even your family doubts you but the only way to keep moving is to believe in yourself and always be confident.

What are you most proud of regarding your business?

I am proud of being an independent strong woman who can do it all and still enjoy every perks of life. I have been in New Zealand for the last 7 years and doing my business and interviewing the small businesses who are the real superhero of any country like Oprah.

What is your vision for the future of your ventures?

My biggest vision for the future of my ventures to expand my cleaning business all over the world. Expanding Business Pros as well one by one in each country to create a way of earning for small businesses and expand their services other than local markets. Keep using Youtube for my businesses and keep interviewing different businesses and important aspects of the city.

What’s your advice for the businesses that are trying to adapt to this economic climate?

Expand their thinking and believe in themselves. Stop saying support local when we live in the digital world. We live in New Zealand but you can take your business where ever possible. Once you believe in possibilities anything is possible. 

Please name a few technologies which have the greatest impact on your business.

Cleaning industry equipments, software, mobile, Youtube, Google for maps. Software for keeping data of my clients, appointments, and doing online meetings. Running Business Coaching classes online and course.

What books do you have on your nightstand?

  • Big Money Energy and Sell it like Serhant by Ryan Serhant
  • 4 Hour Work Week by Tim Ferris
  • Tools of Titans by Tim Ferris
  • The Intelligent Trap by David Robson
  • Tim Cook by Leander Kahney
  • Perform under pressure by Dr. Ceri Evans

Because of the current economic climate our publication has started a series of discussions with professional individuals meant to engage our readers with relevant companies and their representatives in order to discuss their involvement, what challenges they have had in the past and what they are looking forward to in the future. This sequence aims to present a series of experiences, recent developments, changes and downsides in terms of their business areas, as well as their goals, values, career history, the high-impact success outcomes and achievements.

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