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Swish Goswami - Net Worth $1 Million


 Manu Goswami , better known as Swish Goswami is a Canadian entrepreneur, and speaker.

At Just 20 Swish is the CEO and Founder of Trufan, a tech product helping the world’s biggest brands and influencers identify and reward their top fans. Beyond that, Swish is a two-time TEDx speaker, a social media influencer, with over 100K followers across all platforms and an advisor to several companies like Dunk Media (11M+ follower network focused on basketball) and the League of Innovators (charity started by Hootsuite CEO Ryan Holmes).

Most notably Swish has been awarded Plan Canada’s Top 20 under 20, Startup Canada’s Young Entrepreneur of the Year, and the United Nation’s Outstanding Youth Leadership Award.
He has also been recognized with the United Nation’s Outstanding Youth Leadership Award, Startup Canada’s Young Entrepreneur Award, and Plan Canada’s Top 20 under 20.

Manu has been quoted and published in over fifty national and international media outlets including Forbes, Inc. Magazine, Entrepreneur, Modern Mogul UK and Mashable for his entrepreneurial and philanthropic advocacy.

He has also been recognized as “one of the world’s most accomplished teenagers” by Future Sharks, “one of ten Gen Z experts to follow” by Forbes and the “Face and Future of Canadian Entrepreneurship” by UPS Canada.

Swish has notably spoken at the 71st Session of the United Nations, TEDxUofT, World Business Dialogue, and American Express. He has collectively represented over 600,000 students worldwide. Manu is also a former debater who represented Canada twice at the World Schools Debating Championships leading them to the Grand Final in 2015.


When Swish was 10, he started a hovercraft business and employed his own father as his Chief Project Engineer. Swish sold his first and only hovercraft for $200 which he donated to a local orphanage. Swish grew up with a speech impediment and though he was never bullied, he was not ignorant to the stigma faced by individuals who suffer from mental, verbal, and physical disabilities. This was a contributing factor in shaping Swish’s continued belief that the most successful businesses can be built on a foundation that provides a positive social impact to others. 


At 14, Swish was part of a company that used this belief to become Southwest Alberta’s Company of the Year and a nominee for Canada’s Company of the Year. Swish also gradually came to love debate and in high school, he was a member of Canada’s national debate team and competed twice at the World Schools Debating Championships, finishing as a semi-finalist in Thailand (2014) and Grand Finalist in Singapore (2015). As a freshman in the University of Toronto’s Hart House Debating Club, Manu qualified for the HWS Round Robin, a tournament that invites the top sixteen teams in the world.