Ep 186 – The Co-Founder Of King Children On Why You Need To Get Honest About Priorities
Ep 186 - The Co-Founder Of King Children On Why You Need To Get Honest About Priorities
What have you discovered about yourself when you travel, move to a new city, or start a new job?
Do you find different parts that you didn’t know were there?
Someone who knows this feeling all too well is Sahir Zaveri, the CEO and Co-Founder of sustainable technology platform, King Children.
In this episode of Peers2Peers, powered by Shopify, Sahir shares how he reconciles his different identities depending on his environment, why he followed in the footsteps of his older sister, and how completing a graduate course at just 13 years old gave him the moment of encouragement that stuck.
How often do you actually think about where your things come from, peers? In today’s society it can be easy to think that our clothes, shoes, sunglasses, and more are simply created out of thin air. The reality is that everything was made by someone… somewhere.
In this episode of Peers2Peers, powered by Shopify, we hear from Sahir Zaveri, the CEO and Co-Founder of King Children, a sustainable technology platform that’s building the future of eyewear.
Sahir shares how his childhood in Mumbai, India shaped his career in manufacturing, how to stay in your lane and quieten the noise, as well as the challenges around reconciling who you really are.
Sahir Zaveri is the Co-Founder and CEO of King Children, a sustainable technology platform that’s building the future of eyewear. Through software and technology, King Children focuses on creating products with a substantially smaller environmental footprint.
Sahir has a degree from Brown University with a double concentration in Applied Mathematics and Political Science. He has participated in Harvard Business School’s round table discussion on entrepreneurship, presented as a keynote speaker on zero waste manufacturing at events including EOS Day Asia, TIEcon and the Cornell Johnson Business School, and is a Forbes 30 Under 30 recipient.