03-17-2015, 09:21 PM
When we think MICA rather often terms like "hubspot creativity", "talent marketing & advertising ',' vibrant & diverse" immediately come to mind. Sure, MICA is all these things, but micans is now taking a notch!
With the support of his cell entrepreneurship development & Comcubator the MICA, MICA shedding nurtures entrepreneurial students and giving them a platform to develop, promote & market their innovations that have the potential to cause a change in the Strategic Marketing &
Communications sector. Despite rigorous academic course PGDM-C and other extracurricular activities to keep busy, some micans talent already trailblazing path to business success with their very own business projects:
• Grandfather Sahil Kapoor [1 year student PGDM- ©, co-founder @ Martedi]
Avi Sahil Kapoor, a student of 1st year PGDM- ©, co-founder of Martedi
Martedi is a young company that provides cost-effective full online & offline marketing solutions for brand new companies, multinational corporations & public organizations. Martedi was conceptualized as a service that could help differentiate a participation mark of a boring, changing the way you communicate with your audience.
When asked about how Martedi is different from other agencies, Sahil replied: "We can customize our offer based on customer needs. The trick is to understand the customer offers, as well as the target market who are looking and then remove a plan that complements their business objectives. "
• Mrinal Parekh [1 year student PGDM- ©, co-founder @ GlobSol]
Mrinal Parekh, 1st year student, co-founder Globsol
While working on a project to develop a system for monitoring health in general, Mrinal team realized that the prototype could be extended to help battle neurological disorders as well. Developed GlobSol - usable as a mechanism of a clock, which oversees the emotional escalation of a child by parents and sends an alarm whenever things are about to get out of control.
Globsol has passed clinical trials at the National Institute of Mental Health & Neurosciences, Bangalore. Sounding upbeat about the company's future, Mrinal says: "If our work inspires more people to join I start ventures that help, we will be more than happy to cooperate."
• Vismaya Jain [1 year student PGDM- ©, co-founder @ PopMyResume]
Vismaya Jain, the first year student, PGDM, co-founder of PopMyResume
PopMyResume is a marketing service that employees left, helping curriculum "pop" out from the rest by being accessible, interesting & interactive. A team of graphic designers, publishers, content writers & market researchers have been slowly accumulated personally go through each curriculum, making sure that it is so shocking as possible.
Some interesting tie-ups and exposure on the cards in the coming months, Vismaya says: "Bring on entrepreneurship exploration in mind much, we are pushing and driving on a hitherto unexplored facet of networking & connectivity."
• Shreshth Trehan [2nd year PGDM- ©, co-founder @ student travel company]
Shreshth Trehan, 2nd year PGDM student, co-founder of the travel company
The travel company aims to change perspectives and offer a new perspective on traveling people. Thus, it aims to move away from traditional travel information services to provide customers with something new, relevant and accurate.
When asked about the future for the company travel plan Shreshth offers simple but powerful: "We cover the whole of India and provide the most basic information to travelers on any destination that suits profie."
• Chirag Mendiratta [2nd year PGDM- © the partner @ booty call student]
Chirag Mendiratta, 2nd year student, member of the booty call
As the name suggests, the call of booty is synonymous night in Delhi foodgasmic experiences. The booty call Café is a place where you can hang out with friends at the time of the day and night can get food and essentials to your door in 45 minutes.
A partner with the company, Chirag says: "Our vision is to provide the best service in Delhi and eat all day. We plan to expand in Delhi / NCR first and then move to other cities. Our short term goal is to develop impeccable service to experience complications. "