What if you were involved in design and manufacturing of any accessory you wear? You could choose the color, texture, patterns..Sounds crazy, doesn’t it?
Manya Jha and her team is bridging the gap by letting you co-create products on a 3D printer! Started in 2015, Manya wanted to create job opportunities for people as a child. Manya was studying in the 2nd year of post-graduation when the idea of Morphedo came to her.
Every day in any entrepreneur’s life is full of high as well as low tides and it is all about fastening your belt to keep firm as you move ahead towards the destination.
Morphedo ecommerce store has all made to order products. They have products designs under different categories of lifestyle segment. “When the customer likes a design, she can get it manufactured in three sizes and 14 different colors. If she is not able to locate a design according to her taste, our concept manufacturing/co-create offering provides her the option to get connected to us, we design the 3D model of the product and manufacture it with no minimum volume requirements,” says the founder.
It’s time for people to digest that change is the only constant and it brings with it a lot of benefits.
While ambitious women might not have the time to take care of every other person who wants to throw stone at her, she is definitely competent enough to take extreme care of her loved ones as well as the people with whom she works. Manya is one such lady balancing her life very well. She quit the option of a high paying job in college and is living a very modest life as a womenpreneur.
“I have learnt that you just have to hold tight to your seat, keep moving with your prayers and think eventually everything will take their course”, says Manya Jha
The founder says that hiring the right people who are self-motivated to take ownership of work is difficult to find. “Along with that, increasing the number of products which can be added to the platform is a challenge at work,” she says.
The journey has an immense learning every day.
The founder advises future womenpreneurs to come out of thoughts like ‘Not everyone is lucky enough’, ‘I have to get married and get settled’, and be optimistic. “Living up to your capabilities to the fullest and creating your own identity is what you will leave behind. Take the first step and don’t quit,” she ends by saying.
Originally Posted By Sonia Motwani http://feministaa.com/2016/05/10/manya-jha-is-shaping-ideas-with-morphedo/