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Updated At: Jun 15, 2021 09:25 PM (IST)

Harpreet Kaur, a 25 year old entrepreneur hailing from Khanna(Punjab) knew that she had to pioneer herself in the field of digital marketing and make a place for herself in this flourishing industry. With the advent of digitalization, everything is possible with a click and so did marketing evolve itself with the changing facets. She knew her goal crystal clear since the very beginning, hence she had mastered her skillset to adapt to the digital marketing sector and let her passion and enthusiasm pave way for her career.
While pursuing B.Tech course she indulged herself in various event management and other freelancing activities. She endeavoured in rising high above the horizons and decorating pools of opportunities with her medals of success. Consequently, by the beginning of her 3rd year, she was providing various freelancing services and managed to secure a firm place for herself through her persistent efforts and calibre.
Having attained momentum in her career, she set her own freelancing firm – Nirgia Brand Promoters. She believes that the blend of creativity and excellence is the key to perfection and traced her steps towards her aim with full determination. With the motto of dynamic, visionary and authentic approach she made sure that she left no stone unturned in her pursuit.
Till now, she has worked on 40+ freelance projects providing search engine marketing and social media marketing services.  In addition to these, she has led 6+ online promotion of award show projects and 1 live show branding project – Sufi night with Satinder Sartaj in Ludhiana. She wanted to help people to pave way for their career, for this she has provided free coaching on digital marketing to large number of enthusiastic minds.
“Setting timeline to dreams marks what we end up being and it is all about dedication, not distraction”, shares Harpreet about her success mantra. She provides digital marketing work online, media marketing, organising and promoting live shows.  She aspires to navigate through all phases of digital marketing to polish her knowledge and apply them in her work. Her current tiara of victories is not the end of her pursuits, she believes that she has got greater milestones to achieve and would give her best shot in all of her future undertakings by moulding and improving herself in each and every way possible.
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