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Trell’s young content creator N Semmozhi contributes 2 month’s earnings to Tamil Nadu CM Covid Relief Fund



An 11th-grade student from Chennai and Content Creator at Trell contributes her earnings through videos created on Trell towards the state’s ongoing battle against Covid-19

Chennai, December 22, 2021: With Covid cases witnessing a surge again, the Government is prepping to ensure the availability of Covid-relief resources across the state. In solidarity with the effort, Ms. N Semmozhi, an 11th-grade student and Content Creator at Trell, recently contributed 2 months of earnings, reaped through content creation on social commerce platform Trell, to Tamil Nadu CM Covid Relief Fund. The contribution was personally accepted by Honourable Minister Mr Anbil Mahesh Poyyamozhi, Minister of School Education, Tamil Nadu in presence of Trell’s Co-founder & COO, Bimal Kartheek Rebba.

Ms Semmozhi, who currently studies in Std XI at Union Christian Public School in Chennai, joined Trell in July 2021 to share her passion for arts with users of the platform with profile name ‘ArtandSoul’. With tips from Trell’s team on content creation and masterclasses with content experts, Semmozhi gained immense popularity for her craft on the platform. Soon after, Trell empowered her to become a creator-preneur by providing monetization opportunities from brand associations and endorsements. The social commerce platform enabled Semmozhi to earn from the platform at the age of 16 years, fulfill her aspirations and give back to the community as well.

Excited with the contribution, N Semmozhi said, “Right from the beginning of schooling till now, I have won many awards, but contributing my earnings to the covid relief fund is my biggest achievement. This would not have been possible without the immense support from trell. Mentors at Trell enabled me to share my craft along with monetizing the content to earn a source of income. This was a turning point when I felt I could utilize this income to help the people of our society, affected by the pandemic. The decision to contribute the earnings towards Covid relief came as a natural thought to me. People from my generation are quickly becoming agents of change and I’m happy to actively be a part of this movement. The opportunity to monetize my content and earn income at an early age has motivated me to continue creating content. This way, I can fulfill my passions along with bringing a positive change to society.

Bimal Kartheek Rebba, COO & Co-Founder at Trell said, “Semmozhi’s initiative to contribute her earnings towards Covid relief fund is truly inspiring. It gives us great pride to have creators on Trell with strong aspirations, compassion and commitment towards the community. We are humbled at the role Trell has played towards her growth as a content creator & artist and are keen to support her in the journey ahead. We have always believed in raising awareness towards good causes through our brand and are delighted that our content creators share the same values.”

Trell, India’s largest influencer-led social commerce platform, not only provides a platform for creators to showcase interesting content, but also mentors them throughout their journey.  Presently, Trell has a network of 18mn+ content creators and aims to empower 10 million content-preneurs over the next couple of years.