Saikesh, an IIT graduate, tells the intriguing tale of how he created Country Chicken Co...
Digital Desk: Young talents in today's era are somewhat more like competition, attending IITs and IIMs with the expectation of finding a well-paying career. However, Saikesh Goud, on the other hand, had a different plan for him. Saikesh left a position that paid Rs 28 lakh per month to pursue his entrepreneurial goals and create his own company, which currently earns Rs 1 crore per month.
Saikesh is also an IIT graduate, read about his fascinating journey from leaving his job to becoming the founder of Country Chicken Co.
About Saikesh Goud
Saikesh got a job as a software expert after graduating from IIT Varanasi with a mechanical engineering degree and a pay package of Rs. 28 lakh.
According to media reports, Mr. Hemambar Reddy, one of the founders, realised his passion and goal to launch Country Chickens in 2009.
He created Country Chicken Co. alongside Mr. Saikesh and Mohd. Sami Uddin due to his keen grasp of chicken and how the meat industry should function. Even though everyone scoffed at them for their Country Chicken business, the three continued to work hard and drive their business to its pinnacle within a year.
Saikesh and his pals opened the first authentic Country Chicken eateries in India in the Hyderabad neighbourhoods of Kukatpally and Pragathi Nagar. He employed up to 70 people at his Country Chicken restaurants.
His organisation made contacts with up to 15,000 chicken farmers in the southern states, and they have been purchasing Country Chicken chicks from the farmers at a fair price.
Country Chicken Co. has begun educating farmers on how to offer a healthy diet for the chicken birds. By doing so, the three have been able to provide delectable chicken while maintaining quality standards.
For the fiscal year 2022-2023, the company's revenue was Rs 5 crore. From January 2022 to April 2023, the company's monthly revenue climbed from Rs 3 lakh to Rs 1.2 crore. Country Chicken intends to generate Rs 50 crore in revenue in fiscal year 2023-2024, as stated by NBT.