The internationally popular iMedia Brand Summit was held in India for the first time ever and we were there! Not only was it a power-packed conference comprising of senior marketing professionals and veterans from the digital industry, the gorgeous locales of Goa also helped us relax, converse and network at ease. Organized under the aegis of , this event's unique format, itinerary and discussion topics, across a span of 3 days resulted in a buzz-filled atmosphere and certainly left each of us more knowledgeable than before.
Over a decade ago, we became pirates instead of joining the navy. Along the way we've gotten lost at sea, sunk ships, lost fellow swashbucklers, and almost drowned. But still, we're having more fun. And still, we're trying to make dents in the universe.
Thank you for inspiring us to believe, to keep chasing our crazy dreams and remain misfits. We'll miss you greatly.
The dictionary defines a Community Manger as someone who builds and monitors multiple communities generated in blogs, forums, social networks, and is the certified voice of the company. But at Webchutney, you know we don’t follow rules right? We make them! Let’s take a look at our very own Community Manager (who refuses to be a typecast) and her daily account of activities, from the bird’s own eyes. Continue reading ‘A day in the life of #CommunityManager’
Unlike the well-known corporate jargons like SOD, COB, FBS, Webchutney has its own language that is exclusive to its fauj (the Webchutney army i.e.). Here, we have the freedom to talk in a manner that’s most comfortable to us and we speak a language that no other company has the license to. Get set to witness a whole new Webchutney phraseology as we open our chutney dictionary today and decode some of our favorite words and their informally-defined meanings. You might wanna take a leaf out of it!
‘Scene ho gaya’
Ashima interned with us this summer. She is 19, studies journalism, and sleeps a lot. She is the guest blogger of the week and has chronicles of Webchutney to share.
12th April 2011
My bag consisted of a green file, a comb and my wallet apart from two sheets of paper which were most relevant for the day-My CV. It was my first interview. I was late.
I reached at 4.30 in the evening and was made to wait for about 15 minutes. I was done by 4.55 PM. You can imagine what must have happened. I was late for an interview when I was applying for the post of an intern. But they think beyond your imagination. That’s what makes Webchutney the ideal place for me.