Bhavik Sarkhedi

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Bhavik Sarkhedi is an Indian entrepreneur. Bhavik started Write Right in 2016.[1]

Bhavik Sarkhedi, founder of Write RightBhavik Sarkhedi, founder of Write Right


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Early Career

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Write Right

Bhavik started Write Right in 2016. They detail the beginnings of their company in their Starter Story interview: [1]

Q: How did you get started on Write Right?

I was passionate about writing, be it, for schools or assignments or any competition in my college. Although I pursued a full-time Mechanical Engineering course, I continued to write for money to increase my pocket money. That continuity helped me in the future when I left my full-time job as Production Executive.

I thought, at first, I should write and publish a book. So, I did. The Weak Point Dealer. It failed miserably. Well, no one bought it. Unfortunately, most of my savings was drained in that self-publishing gig and I had to join a part-time job to survive.

Soon, I found that content writing is a good career for me if I do it with zeal and determination. Thus, I worked for 4 years as a copywriter cum content writer and simultaneously created the foundation for my future. Simultaneously, I wrote 3 more books: Will You Walk A Mile?, The C To T of Content Marketing, and The Unproposed Guy.

The industry was booming and I jumped into it right now as I started writing for Huffington Post and Entrepreneur as a contributor author and I gained hell lot of fame.



It was one of the right moments when I thought I should start my own content writing and/or marketing agency. Thus, Write Right.

Big websites and magazines started approaching for interviews and I felt amazing thinking I am going uphill after a lot of downhills.


Finally, organically, my name started to pop up in ‘Best Content Writers in the World’ list:


Source [1]



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