We are building the future of work for content in India,” Anirudh claims.
Pepper co-founders along with the core team members.
The founding storyIt all started at BITS Pilani where co-founders Anirudh Singla, Rishabh Shekhar and Rishank Pandey, all final year engineering students, connected.
While Anirudh was trying for an internship in content writing, he realised that the entry barrier was huge in the content industry.
With multiple three-year-long project dealings with massive content volumes tuning over lakhs of content pieces, the co-founders are optimistic about the kind of scale India is opening up to.

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