Trivandrum: At a time when corporates want to keep a shroud of secrecy over their activities, a company in Technopark, Trivandrum – Digital Brand Group (DBG) is opening up its doors for techies in the campus.
The US based company plans to organise [email protected], an open interactive seminar in which technology enthusiasts from any company can walk in for a free consultation on Web and Mobile application development domain. The interactive seminars to be conducted every month will provide a platform to resolve doubts on state-of-the-art technologies. Further, DBG plans to create Technogeeks, a forum for technology enthusiasts to collaborate and to keep updated on growing technologies.
DBG is the first company in Kerala that adopted gamification culture that encourages using game mechanics and thus making the work style more engaging and encouraging. This helps employees to work on a policy free atmosphere where each employee will have their own personal space and freedom to get the job done with proper engagement and passion. Their new office has been designed keeping in mind all the demands and aspirations of its employees. The office seeks to be a place to relax with a movie theatre, music systems and bean bags.
Digital Brand Group has been functioning from the Smart Business Centre incubation facility at Technopark for the last five years. It specializes in the design, implementation and sustainability of digital brands through digital business platforms and provides technology services to companies in manufacturing, real-estate, apparel, F&B, health and beauty care. The focus of DBG is to support start-ups and budding entrepreneurs in custom and software delivery. DBG serves many successful start-ups such as Storage Treasures, Empower Network, Secconnect and 15 others.
Deepu S Nath, MD, DBG says, “We just want the best and most passionate people to work for us. To maintain our employees well, we try to build a close knit company where everyone knows everyone. This helps maintain a culture of passion of technology that is different from the way most IT companies work.”
The company believes in the best practices of participative management was recently in the news when its employees helped to carry up two container load of furniture and hardware.
Kerala IT News