Every day we wake up to new Social media trends, and until recently the trends used to be really simple and boring. Lately, we see all these brands pushing quirky posts, making advertising so fun that it leaves us in awe. That’s where people like Bhupesh Bansal come in.
Bhupesh Bansal (born 26 April 1997) is an Indian Entrepreneur, Digital Artist, and the founder of B.M. Digital. He has a team of youngsters who work from their homes' comforts to give brands the best engagement. His work is all about how to make use of trending topics and embed them with memes, puns or some other form of art, that when it reaches the target audience, they organically engage in the posts.
Bhupesh is raised and still lives in a small town near Bathinda in Punjab, where there is no scope of this sort of work and people, even to this day, fail to understand it.
He is also a Civil Engineer who always had a thing for drawing, be it complex building drawing sheets, or any form of artistic drawing to raise awareness through his Official Instagram. His art around Social topics, be it Environmental, Animal or Human rights, has always been a hot topic of conversation with its virality.
Bhupesh Bansal has been working for almost seven years now and he is just 24 now. He inspires youngsters with his strong entrepreneurial spirit and the passion that would help them rise in the Business World so they get the desired success. He has been an example, hailing from a small town with even Internet issues, making it big at a young age and now, working to help in Social Issues.
Even though he is the founder and CEO of his company, he does not believe in titles; Bhupesh believes that his team’s success, not only from the career perspective but also on a personal level, is far more important than the success of his company. This positive attitude towards the people around him and the inner drive that inspires him to work smart, not just hard and diligently, is fuelled enough to achieve anything.
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