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Kraftshala was started in 2015 by Varun Satia, then working with Nestle in marketing. Having trained and recruited a number of sales and marketing candidates over the years, Varun launched classroom sessions that combined practical, real world insights with engaging storytelling. As the popularity of the classes grew across corporates and top business schools such as IIM- A, C, L and FMS, the classes evolved into our first online program in Brand Building launched in Jan 2017. Since then, thousands of working professionals and students from India's best business schools have benefited from Kraftshala's programs to achieve their dream roles.
A marketing hippie who has worked for Unilever and went to school at FMS Delhi. Eshu has an indomitable habit of bringing 'marketing' into every discussion that he is a part of, and every other discussion that he is not a part of as well! He prides himself on being a standup singer and a bathroom comedian.
A people's person, Anshul is an ex namesake investment banker, from Goldman. With IIM Kozhikode and NSIT as his alma mater, he is a result oriented guy who strategizes his strategies. Thriving on adrenaline rush, he is an avid sportsperson with keen interests in basketball and lawn tennis. His belief in life is to 'Never Give Up!'
Hailing from Hisar, Shashank feeds off creativity in life. A tech freak, he always has the latest (read priciest) tech repertoire up his sleeve. With a crazy passion of making short films, all that Shashank aims in life is to always be surrounded by creative people. Simple and gold, ain't it?
The Japanese have a great liking for fresh fish. To catch fresh fish the fishing boats go further and further into the oceans. But the fish get stale on the journey back. So the fishing companies installed freezers. However the Japanese could taste the difference between fresh and frozen fish. So fishing companies installed fish tanks. They would catch the fish and stuff them in the tanks, fin to fin. Unfortunately as the fish did not move for days, they lost their fresh fish taste, and the Japanese could still taste the difference. Finally, to keep the fish tasting fresh they started adding a small shark in the fish tank. The shark eats a few fish, but most fish arrive in a very lively state. Taking a cue from this story, Mohit adds sharks in his life by working in advertising and design.
A man who knows how to get things done, Harshul is a graduate from Delhi Technological University and is prominent for being a prudent manager. This penny-wise guy is a preacher of pragmatic solutions. Passionate about cars, this creature can gulp down crates of beer while you blink.
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