WE ARE PASSIONATE ABOUT CREATION
A Leap of Faith & baby steps
People quit their jobs to work on their dreams - the next big idea! But this, this isn’t a story of that.
Our story started with Rachna, our founder. In fact, her name itself means ‘to create’. Rachna never thought she would start CrispTalks after quitting her job as a Brand & Marketing Manager. To be honest, she didn't even know what she would be doing next. But there was only one thing in her mind. She wanted to be involved in a process of creating something; that is her thing. That is what excites her.
She worked as a consultant for a year and realized the boost in the consumption of video content. In fact, these were the starting years when the world has started inclining towards video communication. Every business, big or small, wanted to communicate through videos. And so did her existing clients. It did not take her long to understand the constraints of budget involved with video production which she started to work on by incorporating some DIY tools. The videos came out amazingly and that is how CrispTalks began in 2015. Growing gradually and organically, CrispTalks has served more than 500 clients with a remotely working team and an ever growing list of recommendations and testimonials.
Besides this, she runs a travel and networking venture - enTRIPreneur.She along with her three partners curate experiences for like-minded people.She loves to be a part of initiatives which are based around catering to communities and spreading kindness and is also an active volunteer with The Goodwill Tribe. She loves traveling and satiating her mind with good books, watching movies or indulging herself in some deep conversations with the crowd around her. Feel free to start a conversation at hi (at) rachnaghiya (dot) com.As a team, we’re a group of really cool folks who love what we do and work to create something worthwhile EVERYDAY. We’d love to create something awesome for you!
Yrs of Awesomeness
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