Saturday, May 23, 2015

Myntra App - What You Want to See and What Really Matters to You

I have always been a staunch believer that one day all businesses will converge to mobile. Slowly but surely, they will. You've already witnessed the changing trend with banking followed by food and beverage (F&B) and entertainment. And now fashion.

It's no rocket science though!

People want anytime, anywhere convenience and a mobile app offers just that.


If you desire a true fashion experience for instance, the all-new Myntra app is the best way forward. Swipe, select, and shop - can it get any easier than that!

Take the world of online shopping with you wherever you go, and receive your favorite fashion merchandise by top brands delivered right at your doorstep.

The All-new Myntra App (Image courtesy: Myntra.com)

Fashion on the Move


Think of the survival of any new e-commerce business and you simply cannot rule out the customer. Customer's involvement has been the cornerstone of driving such businesses towards success.

But most businesses struggle to engage well with their customers. They have little idea about what the customer expects.

Let's take a case in point. Something as simple as cash-on-delivery (CoD). If you as a business can deliver to pin codes where the CoD option is not available, you've already gained the market edge.

The dream that 'every customer you engage with is hooked on to your brand forever' can only be realized by sophisticated targeting, plus the initiative to know your customer better than rivals.

Myntra's cool new app renders the easiest online shopping experience by offering free shipping, hassle-free return guarantee within 30 days of receiving the order, and CoD. Perhaps this is why Myntra continues to be India's favorite fashion haunt to date.

Myntra App offers Cash on Delivery (CoD) Option

Everyone Uses A Mobile These Days - No Kidding!


Myntra believes that the best way to reach out to potential customers is by implementing mobile solutions, especially apps that are customized for all platforms like Android, iOS, Windows Phone, etc.

A large section of Indian population is moving to smartphones. Just imagine if you're able to cater to ALL of them.

To gain an upper hand in the world of mobility, Myntra launched its first e-commerce app that aims to establish enhanced user engagement and conversion.

The app truly delivers on 'what you want to see' and 'what really matters to you'.

Sift through 160,000+ product styles from over 1000 brands on the Myntra app while discovering the latest trends in lifestyle.

Myntra App is Truly Made for You


Myntra app is your perfect gateway to a convenient shopping experience. And here's why.

# Personalized Shopping Experience


Keeps track of your preferences and in-app behavior to give a personalized recommendation from your favorite fashion and lifestyle brands. Based on your interests, Myntra decides what content to deliver and when to deliver. By getting notifications on best deals and offers, imagine the amount of time you'll save in searching your coolest brands and labels!

Personalized Shopping Experience using Myntra App

# Improved Communication and User Interaction


Provides a messaging center for seamless customer interaction with support. Myntra strives to know your opinion on the quality of service.

Each time a new arrival hits the catalog, you will receive an alert. Ditto, in case of any new information that is available for your consumption.

Seamless Customer Interaction with Support using Myntra App

# Convenience at a Cheaper Price


Offers best deals on merchandise. Now grab additional massive discounts on big brands by using the mobile shopping platform. Just type your Myntra coupon code directly in the app and see the magic.

Applying Coupon Codes with Myntra App

# Location Based Targeting


Keeps track of your current location and location history to offer you the best service at precisely the right time.

# Tips from Fashion Experts


The Myntra app provides you easy access to free styling tips from fashion gurus. You can view detailed product information with illustrations and style notes from noted fashion editors.

That is not all; you can get style suggestions from your circle of friends by sharing on social media, including WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, etc.

# Search Made Easy


While using the Myntra app, you will be encouraged to refine your search by using Sort and Filter features like popularity, discount, prices, colors, sizes, etc.

# Fast and Secure Login and Checkout


Logging in to the Myntra app is a child's play using Facebook and Google. Also, it doesn't matter what payment option you choose ultimately, since the Myntra app offers all (CoD, net banking, or credit and debit cards options).

So what are you still waiting for? Go, give a missed call to download the app: 1800-419-3500.

Friday, May 22, 2015

Wonderboxx - Age-specific, Hands-on Learning Tool Kits for Today's Kid

It is often said that childhood is the happiest time in one's life. It is also a time to foster creativity, fuel curiosity, and inspire imagination in kids.


As a parent of two lil angels - Rishab (7) and Saanvi (3) - I fully endorse the idea of giving children a free hand while encouraging them to think beyond the cliched. When I was of Rishab's age, life was much simpler and predictable than how it is now; most of my learning in fact was very organic in nature, by observing people and things around me. Tech had little part to play during my growing up years.

Today's kids, however, belong to a different time and place altogether. While traditional ways of education might still work wonders in some cases, what the academia essentially needs is age-specific learning tools designed by experts.

That's where Wonderboxx fits in.


Introducing Wonderboxx


With the objective of inspiring imagination in kids between 1 to 8 years of age, Wonderboxx has come up with hands-on learning tool kits, which I think will be an instant hit with toddlers of any age group.


Each kit is centered around a theme every month, and contains the following items:
  • Two to three expert-reviewed toys
  • Three to four 'Do It Yourself' activities
  • One board book or comic book designed by some of the best illustrators in the country
  • One visual encyclopedia
  • One newsletter presented with a slice of humor, containing expert advice for parents


Examples of theme are: Colors, outer space, motion and mechanics, forests, etc.


Team Wonderboxx


At the launch event, I was ecstatic to meet the Team Wonderboxx, which included parents, pedagogy experts, product designers, illustrators, and children's authors.

Team Wonderboxx

While chit-chatting with one of the founders, Parita Parekh, I got some valuable insights into how the idea of a Wonderboxx was realized.

Deepanshu Arora and Parita Parekh

Parita Parekh Says 

  • WonderBoxx is the brainchild of IIT Kanpur alumnus Deepanshu Arora and Brown University alumnus Parita Parekh.
  • Both of them observed that kids today spent their maximum time in front of the TV or with tech gadgets, which does not allow them to think outside the box.
  • While observing preschoolers in particular for over 2.5 months, Parita felt that she was also reliving her childhood with the little ones. And that's when the idea of "early learning" stuck with her.
  • She got her product design head, Amit Gudadhe, into action and the rest as they say is history. 
  • WonderBoxx was formally launched in April 2015. The company continues to engage with parents and kids to gather feedback about their offerings.
  • The diverse team at WonderBoxx includes alumni from some of the best educational institutions in the world such as the Brown University, TU Delft, IIT Kanpur, National Institute of Design, St. Stephen's College, and Tata Institute of Social Sciences. The staff has prior work experience in organizations such as McKinsey, Amazon, Clinton Foundation, NDTV, Discovery Kids, Schlumberger, and TaxiForSure.
  • They have tested the product with over 200 children from the Ahmedabad International School in Gujarat.
  • Right now there is no concrete plan to address the needs of children with disabilities, the most marginalized and excluded groups in our society.
  • Through WonderBoxx, you will be able to address some important questions like "How to make a child multilingual?"
  • Only organic colors and materials are deployed in the WonderBoxx tool kit.

Parita then introduced me to Manish Jain, who builds educational toys while conducting arts and science workshops and fun activities specifically for children.

Manish Jain

Originally from Pune, Manish Jain graduated from IIT Kanpur in 1993 with a degree in Electrical Engineering. He believes that toys can truly revolutionize learning, since they speak a language that any child could understand.

Manish Jain Says

  • Have you wondered what would happen if earth stops spinning?
  • Will there be seasons or days/nights?
  • Why eclipses don't happen every month even when moon goes around the earth in a month?
  • Why is Zero Shadow Day observed only in Pune, not in Delhi?
  • Children should be encouraged to imagine the answers to such questions right from the beginning.
  • Let the little ones get their hands dirty by building, cutting, sticking, pulling things apart, and putting things together.
  • The hands-on approach to science and math will make any learning experiential and then text books will start making more sense.
  • Believes that parent's involvement is required at every stage for the child's overall development.
  • Visit Arvind Gupta Toys on YouTube, which houses over 850 unique videos and 5000 in all, available in 18 different languages.

Manish also commented about India's abysmal performance in the Program for International Student Assessment (PISA), conducted annually to evaluate education systems worldwide by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Secretariat. India ranked second last among the 73 countries that participated in PISA (2012), which was unflattering to say the least.

Later, we got to meet Priya Kuriyan, who is the chief illustrator for Wonderboxx. An NID graduate, Priya has illustrated a picture book called "Messy Baby" which is also a part of the Wonderboxx's kit and is written by Vaani Arora. Priya believes in the power of visual literacy and picture books. By creating real-life characters, Priya aims to create a strong brand image for Wonderboxx.


Target Age Group


WonderBoxx is targeted at three age groups:
  • Tiny toddlers (1 to 3 year olds)
    • The box for this age group is called "The Toddlosaurus Box".
    • Designed to spark imaginative and constructive play.
  • Preschoolers (3 to 5 year olds)
    • The box for this age group is called "The Kiddosaurus Box".
    • Designed to inspire children to explore, create, and learn.
  • Little explorers (5 to 8 year olds)
    • The box for this age group is called "The Ginomosaurus Box".
    • Designed to lead innovation and discovery.
 

Pricing


Wonderboxx is effectively priced between INR 1000 to 1500 per kit, and works on the subscription model. Depending on your requirement, you can subscribe to the product for a period of one, three, six, or twelve months.


The best part is that you can order these kits from popular E-commerce sites like Flipkart and Amazon (who are also their online partners) and have them delivered right to your doorstep.


Thanks to Wonderboxx, Rishab and Saanvi can now create a home lab and develop a culture of knowledge through ideas, hands-on inquiry, and action.

Rishab with his Wonderboxx

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Introducing Dessert Special Menu from Yauatcha

As a food blogger I enjoy the privilege of reviewing different cuisines for free. I also get to meet new, interesting people from all walks of life, including the F&B industry, which is exciting to say the least.

Today was one such day. Not only did I get a chance to know an award-winning food brand up close and personal but also taste their new offerings for summer.

A friend of mine recommended that I go check out an international, upscale Chinese restaurant called Yauatcha in the heart of the city. 


The brand is known for its popular dimsums and teas but for me the star of the show was the newly introduced Dessert Special Menu.

Dessert Special Menu


Make your summer sweeter with Yauatcha's new range of chef's special desserts like the eggless Mango and Gianduja Chocolate Mousse Cake, Mango Mousse and Parfait, Kashmiri Kahwa Marquise, Blueberry and Pistachio Bar, sugar free Chocolate Mandarian Mille Feuille, and sugar free Tiramisu.

Even though Yauatcha debuted in Mumbai around 2011, it was only until the last year that the Delhi outlet swung into action.


Essentially the brainchild of Alan Yau, former Michelin restaurateur, this chain has outlets in metros like Kolkata and Bangalore as well.


At the restaurant, I was fortunate to meet and spend some time with the immensely talented chef Regina, who hails from Meghalaya. Regina walked us through the new Dessert Special Menu within no time and even had a few tips up her sleeves on touring Meghalaya.

[Thanks to her, I got to know about the pride of Meghalaya like the Living Root Bridges, Mawlynnong (one of the cleanest villages in Asia), Jadoh (Khasi Pulao), etc.]

Chef Regina

Her favorite dessert seems to be the sugar free Yauatcha Tiramisu, which is made of Espresso sponge and served with vanilla rum ice cream.

Yauatcha tiramisu (sugar free)

For Regina, the Dessert Special Menu is unique because it is "strictly homemade".

Mango Pie


Made of mango, pistachio, mango sorbet

The Mango Pie comprises tart and mango sorbet. Tart is made of flour, eggs, mango puree, and honey, while mango sorbet is made of eggs, mango puree, fresh mango pulp, and white chocolate.

My rating: **** (4 out of 5)

Recommendation: Go for the mango sorbet; an absolute must-have!

Mango Mousse and Parfait


Made of mango mousse, mango parfait, gianduja ice cream

The Mango Mousse and Parfait is served with gianduja ice cream. The former is made of mango puree, eggs, whipped cream, gelatin, sugar, and water, while the latter is made of milk, cream, and vanilla beans.

My rating: ***** (5 out of 5)

Recommendation: My personal favorite! This one is a complete package. You simply cannot afford to miss the gianduja ice cream that will melt in your mouth, while leaving you asking for more.

Kashmiri Kahwa Marquise


Made of Kashmiri kahwa tea, chocolate sphere, caramelized honey ice cream

Kashmiri Kahwa Marquise comprises tart and caramelized honey ice cream. Tart is made of panna cotta, while mousse is made of raspberry insert, caramel chocolate, and silverleaf.  

My rating: ** (2 out of 5)

Recommendation: Didn't go down well with me! You need to have a special liking for Kahwa to enjoy this dessert.

Chocolate and Mandarin Mille Feuille (Sugar Free)


Made of Mandarin compote, sugar free ganache, vanilla rum ice cream

Chocolate and Mandarin Mille Feuille comprises tart and vanilla rum ice cream. Tart is made of puff dough and mousse almond cream - with oranges as topping.

My rating: *** (3 out of 5)

Recommendation: This dessert has a lot going for it but I particularly liked that it is sugar free and served with fruits like oranges.

Blueberry and Pistachio Bar


Made of Blueberry puree, pistachios, lemon yoghurt sorbet

Blueberry and Pistachio Bar is served with lemon yoghurt sorbet. It is made of almond sponge, blueberry puree, pistachios, cheese, and California cream.

My rating: ***** (5 out of 5)

Recommendation: If you haven't tasted the lemon yoghurt sorbet, you haven't tasted anything yet. No kidding!

Passion Fruit Mousse Cake


Made of passion fruit mousse, crème brulee insert, mandarin sorbet

Passion Fruit Mousse Cake is served with mandarin sorbet. It is made of creme brulee, pearl, and cold gel puree.

My rating: **** (4 out of 5)

Recommendation: Apart from its stunning visual appeal, the Passion Fruit Mousse Cake will delight you with its out of this world aroma and taste.

Each dessert is reasonably priced at INR 350 plus taxes.

While leaving the restaurant, I couldn't help but thank the General Manager, Manoj Bhatia, for his splendid hospitality.

Manoj Bhatia

I so look forward to coming here again with family and friends.

Thursday, May 14, 2015

Why I Will Never Write For BlogAdda Again

I'll keep this straight. My love affair with BlogAdda is ending. And I am so glad it's finally over. From past one year, I kept dragging on. I was lovelorn and stupid, holding on to a belief that something better was in store for me.

Since early 2014, the blogging community in India has grown significantly. Thanks to influencer marketing campaigns across the country, small businesses like BlogAdda have started to flourish. Most of these companies have discovered an easy way to engage brands with bloggers - via contests and events.    

I don't like contests per se. Ironically, I keep participating in them. If thinking about winning in contests is a crime, I'm guilty as charged. I spend hours in researching information and interviewing people, preparing drafts by including text, illustrations and videos, editing and publishing posts, promoting them via social media, and much more.

If you think all of this is easy, well, think again. God only knows how much sacrifices I had to make in order to pursue my passion to blog. I don't watch TV anymore, hardly get any time to sleep, have a protruding belly, and my wife and children constantly nag about not spending enough time with them.

The last thing I want to see is indifference and bias. I'll get to that a bit later. For now, I'll talk of how BlogAdda and I grew apart in distance.


Make-or-break


These words from Ankita Vadhel (Head - Marketing, Sales & Alliances at BlogAdda.com) don't do it for me.
"You run a business too. You know how things work." 

She was referring to a general inquiry from yours truly on why she chose to be unfriendly at an event where BlogAdda was a media partner.

Indeed, everything has become an effing business these days!

Early Days


Circa 2011. MTV Roadies 9 Audition in Delhi. I received a mail from BlogAdda, their very first to me, which read something like this: 
"We are pleased to inform you that BlogAdda has recently associated with MTV India for their reality show MTV Roadies. Under this association, few chosen bloggers will be able to witness behind the scenes action of MTV Roadies 9 auditions live! The chosen bloggers, will be able to enter the gates with a special pass, without standing in long queues, and capture the madness inside. Also, this will give a chance for the blogger to interact with the production people and talk to the participants.
You can be among these special chosen bloggers, and be at the audition venue to witness it all live! You should then blog about what you felt and your experience of being at the venue."

The thing that struck me the most was their repeated use of "chosen bloggers".

Fast Forward to 2014


After three long years of sweet nothings, I get a masterpiece from BlogAdda yet again. This time with regard to 'A Billion Ideas meet'. Luckily, I was in India this time. 
"The full day event to be held on Sunday, February 23, 2014 at Radisson Blu, Mahipalpur, New Delhi, will have influential bloggers including you debating and discussing the future of our nation."

You heard it, an invite to debate and discuss the future of our nation!

The next mail was even funnier. 
"We are waiting to meet you this weekend. You are among the 30 shortlisted bloggers who will be discussing and adding awesome ideas to the billion ideas. 
We are happy to inform you that we are increasing the limit to 35 bloggers. As the privileged one, we want to ask you first if you want to bring along or recommend someone. Do let us know before 12 pm so that we can shortlist accordingly. 
 It will be on First come First serve basis. :) Look forward to hear from you."

Too bad, the event was canceled "due to the sudden hospitalization of a key dignitary who was going to be a part of the meet." C'mon BlogAdda! You can't be serious. 

That was so lame! 

You deprived me of being the "privileged one... ha-ha.

First Time I Took Them Seriously


July 2014. Around the time 'Mardaani' was going to be released, BlogAdda ran an awesome contest on their site with the tag line "Share your Mardaani Story!". The winners were guaranteed a chance to meet Rani Mukerji, the famous Bollywood actress.

Writing for this contest was particularly difficult. Never an easy thing to share about someone's buried past!
   
Here is the link to my winning entry. Go read about my Korean friend, Eun-kyong, who survived Stage 2 Breast Cancer and her husband's infidelity.

Because I was one of the winners of 'I am Mardaani' contest, I attended a special screening at the Yash Raj Studios in Mumbai on August 22, 2014.

Appreciation came from all corners of the world. BlogAdda wrote:
"Our judges loved your post for its motivating story, sensitivity and its ability to strike an emotional chord with the readers."
The same day, evening rather, I met Ankita and her young team face-to-face. Ankita seemed like a warm and friendly person. Senior too. Yet, she arrived late for the premier and had us fuming for almost three hours.

BlogAdda never paid me a single rupee for my to & fro taxi fare from the Mumbai airport to the studio. But that didn't hurt as much as not getting to spend quality time with Rani.

My understanding before participating in this contest:
"3 winners with inspiring stories of living Mardaani women will be flown to Mumbai, if based in other cities, for a meet with Rani Mukerji, in a special screening of the film at Yash Raj Studios!"
We could barely manage a selfie with Rani, leave alone meeting her up close and personal. And if the selfie came out blurred, you know who is to be blamed!

Back-to-back Victories


Winning is addictive yet short-lived. I was among the runners-up for the INK Activity and had won myself a pass for the INK Live Conference held at Mumbai.

The conference registration cost for a working professional like me was a mere INR 2000, which BlogAdda was happy to sponsor anyway. But expecting me to spend on the air fare and hotel stay was a real bummer. My response to them: Thanks but no thanks! 

NDTV Shoot


My short claim to fame, courtesy BlogAdda. I was featured alongside other bloggers on NDTV Prime's show called 'Heads Up'. Although blogging is not a hobby or a full-time profession for me, I thoroughly enjoyed being on the panel. Click here for more details.

Events


I represented BlogAdda at two partner events in Delhi: SHEROES and Content Marketing Summit (CMS) Asia 2015.

Besides that, I also published a book review for them - Private India by James Patterson and Ashwin Sanghi.

What Goes Up Must Come Down


I wrote for over a dozen campaigns on BlogAdda but only won twice.

The closest I came to winning anything - after those two initial wins that is - was when my team made it to the Top 12 in the Game of Blogs.

Lady luck eluded me in all other BlogAdda campaigns I was a part of. Isn't hard to second-guess!
  1. #WhatTheBlack (for Colgate SlimSoft Charcoal Toothbrush)
  2. For Quikr
  3. #WillYouShave (for Gillette)
  4. #GetSetBolt (for Tata Bolt
  5. #UseYourAnd (for Gillette Venus)
  6. #WashBucketChallenge (for Ariel India)
  7. #SoundOfLove (for BlueStone)
  8. #DilKiDealOnSnapdeal (for Snapdeal)
  9. #CelebrateLifeAtIvy (for Ivy estate)
The results for #CrashThePepsiIPL contest isn't out yet but it doesn't matter. 

The Final Straw


When BlogAdda blatantly turned down a request to include my name in the blogger's list for Jim Corbett Park, it felt like the first in a series of unpleasant events - the kind that makes you cringe.

Ankita's passive attitude was hard to fathom.

Provide topnotch content for free and this is how they continue to treat you. As professional bloggers, let us not continue to accept a bad situation anymore.

So what were the criteria for shortlisting bloggers on this trip? Here's a cold-blooded response from Ankita that left me speechless.
"Unfortunately, we won't be able to share the short listing criteria with you. They are confidential."
Roger that!
"We definitely think of you when we think of Delhi which is why we've shared as many opportunities as we can with you."

Oops, She Did It Again!


Purposely left me out of #BoltDrives - a campaign where 15 Delhi based bloggers took the Tata Bolt for a spin.

A man generally has two reasons for doing something like this. One that sounds good, and a real one. What was your reason, Ankita?

Here is my post for this campaign, submitted minutes before I boarded a train to Luni from the Gurgaon railway station.
"I preferred you for some opportunities." 
You shouldn't have, Ankita. That's tantamount to an admission of guilt.
"I know there are more bloggers right now and lesser opportunities" 
Is that why you think BlogAdda is in a good spot?
"There are constraints and limitations when it comes to smaller events. We do what we're expected to do."
You call that event smaller, Ankita? Really? 

So what's with the recent post on your blog?
"#BoltDrives gives Delhi bloggers a taste of royalty!"
It has been a few days already since I requested BlogAdda to delete my credentials from their site. But they won't move the needle until Nirav (CEO, BlogAdda) is back from his business trip.

I'm so done with you, BlogAdda!

Saturday, May 09, 2015

Reviving Keventers - The Original Milkshake

I was at the Select Citywalk mall a few days ago when I spotted Keventers, the original milkshake vintage brand. It brought back so many early memories from childhood, a time in place when dad used to take us to a quaint corner of Connaught Place to indulge in thick creamy shakes and gelatos.


During those days, especially in summers, Keventers was Delhi's favorite haunt. Who can possibly forget the Cassata or the Tutti-Frutti? Then somewhere along the way, life took its toll and frequent visits became difficult to deal with.


After so many years, the exotic and familiar flavors are calling yet again, albeit in a brand new avatar.


Located at the ground floor of Delhi's most popular mall, Keventers serves all the signatures that made it a household name in the 70's, along with new and contemporary flavors.


I ordered my fave, the Butterscotch classic shake to begin with, which is conveniently priced at INR 125. To my utter surprise, it tasted just the same. The original taste and flavor of Keventers remains intact.


A Stroll Down Memory Lane

 

If you're the 70's kid – or even the 80's – it'll feel like an all-out nostalgia trip. Think about those scorching summer evenings and how Keventers packed the goodness of fruits and nuts in a bottle to keep you sated.

For the new age customer, this is your first chance to try out vintage shakes and gelatos, not to forget bold fusion flavors like Mint Oreo Crumble, Hawaiian Passion, Melting Roses, Kit-Kat, and Choco-Chip.


The outlet is designed to recreate the old-world charm of an era when vintage phones and typewriters were a rage. The vintage tones underlie the entire service theme - from quirky glass bottles that you can carry home and reuse - to disposable containers in a simple pinstripe print. The elegant look and feel revives this classic brand into 21st century Delhi.


Classic yet modern, Keventers is the place to be this summer.

The Keventers Story


Did you know that the brand carries a legacy of over a hundred years? Or that Keventers was the first milkshake brand to hail from India?


At the outlet I stumbled across one of the cofounders, Aman Arora (24), who took me down the memory lane.

Moi & Aman

Keventers got its name from Edward Keventers, a Swedish dairy technologist who established a dairy plant in the Chanakyapuri area.


The plant was later acquired by Ram Krishna Dalmia, founder of the Dalmia Group, the top 3 industrial houses in India back then.


In fact, Agastya Mihir Dalmia, third generation scion of the Dalmia family is now reintroducing and recreating the Keventers brand, along with Aman and Sohrab Sitaram, his other partners in the venture.

Aman, Agastya, & Sohrab

Sohrab brings his immense experience on board in reviving the Capital's frothy flavors. He is one of the most recognized names in the hospitality industry; the man behind the city's most appreciated venues such as Tabularasa, Chi, Hungry Monkey, and the newly opened Zingo Star in Greater Kailash II.


Aman says, "It's young, it's fun, but it is also classic and promises to bring alive memories of the familiar flavors we all grew up with. As we are also catering to a modern and younger audience, we have ensured that there is also a sense of adventure and discovery with a newer taste profile."


Recreating and reviving a brand to its former glory is never easy. But the three are confident to turn tables. They've dug up all the old collaterals, recipes and packaging material and decided to put it all together. With a vision of opening four Keventers outlets in New Delhi's premium malls, their plan is to develop a franchise model by the end of the year and spread it throughout India.


So what are you waiting for? The fun at Keventers begins from the time you order your favorite dose of sweet goodness. Give into a delightful fusion by discovering an all new Keventers this season!