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Life of a business entity, especially speaking of any start up is precariously based on how well is it connected with its audience (Customers, employees, creditors).

The quote in the above picture has an important element in it— “Social Media”
And the second most important component— “How Well” 

 

 

The Story began when I received a Call from one of the Cardinbox’s co-founders, Nachiket (he’s awesome). He was basically curious to know how we at Hybreed use Social Media for Marketing, as they wanted to venture out for their Newly built iOS Application. We hit it off instantly as we talked about each other’s work doings … His few suggestions on how we should move ahead with Virtual Simulation & how he would refer us to His friends made me realise that “hey, if we think same, want same, then why not build bridges together?”
One of the best things to happen to Hybreed after our talk was Cardinbox’s impressive invitation to be one of the First Movers in “Cardinbox’s Startup Initiative”. In this Initiative, they allow their members “free” subscription of their awesome App for a period period of 2 years.

   


As I walked through the plush hallway of a spiraled building, I sensed a corporate feeling…I was actually mentally prepared. Knowing the area and office I was going to visit, the typical corporate structure was pre called for. Many white collar men swayed as they walked everywhere in the building.

I was briskly getting directions to the office I was supposed to reach over the cell from Ajit sir. As he was directing, I managed to go up the elevator to the respective floor, managed to go through a few rights and lefts, crossed corridors and reached the destination… After thanking him, I slipped the cell down in my jean pocket and headed for the office door. Pushing the door open, I entered and stopped short before a man who was busy clicking away on the mouse. My gaze turned towards the computer and saw a few very different looking images..my eyes ran back to the guy who was at work.He looked very ordinary in contrast to the corporate surrounding. Yet something demanded class! It was intriguing….I was in the main room of the office .