First there was Koregaon Park’s most well-known restaurant and landmark, PREM’S. Then came one of our absolute favourite bars in the city, SWIG. But, the man didn’t stop there; he launched another massive gem in Pune’s food and party crown, EURISKA. You’d think he would be satisfied with three of the most outstanding hangouts in the city. Nope! In January 2017, Sandy Singh masterminded and introduced KINKI – Modern Asian Kitchen & Molecular Bar, to Punekars.
She started her career with Pratibha Advertising in Pune in 1982. Today, Shubhada Phadke is a first among equals in the Pune eLearning industry, spearheading Innovation, Visual Design, and key management portfolios as the as Vice President (Functional Design) for the Publishing and eLearning giant, Aptara. Along the way, she’s held critical portfolios in Aptara (AVP – Graphic Design & Instructional Design), Brainvisa Technologies (Graphics Head), Maximise Learning (Art Design Manager), and Creative Concepts.
With the Pune International Literary Festival (PILF) just around the corner, we had a chat with its founder and one of our favourite authors, Manjiri Prabhu. She talks about her passion for PILF, what Punekars can look forward to this season, books and more…
A lot of designers use their own name for their business. But in my case, I decided to have a brand identity that would emphasise on my experience, my dedication to the design work that I do and giving off the one-man show aura. So coming up with Studio 6 – Creative House as my brand name, giving a personal touch to it by highlighting my initials (S and T) and 6 that sums up my birthday, as per numerology, within the logo.
Last week a friend from Southeast Asia and I were talking about Pune – climate, culture, industries, connectivity, and the like. Eventually, he asked me: “So are there any famous people from Pune?” I almost started reeling off names, and then stopped myself. A list of famous or well known people is, more often than […]
Michelle Kakade became the fastest person in the world to travel the Indian Golden Quadrilateral on foot!