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    Offers a virtual coworking ecosytem to upgrade skills during COVID lockdown.

    Published on May 5, 2020

    by Sachin Murdeshwar

    Pune : Redbrick Offices, India’s fastest growing privately owned coworking business has organised for a series of online workshops such as Content Writing, Social Media Marketing, Baking, Doodling and Yoga. Redbrick offices hasbeen transforming, scripting and supporting the growth story of many start-ups, SMEs and large businesses in India with its enterprise quality shared workspaces across major business centres in Mumbai, Pune and Hyderabad.

    The workshops are for students, homemakers, small entrepreneurs and for anyone who wants to learn. Online workshops are a great way to engage yourself during the lockdown period into being productive. Such workshops help in building one’s CV, enhancing skills and largely gaining knowledge. Talking about the initiative Ashish Goenka said, “Our business is about creating coworking communities, and before COVID, we used to host several events around learning, growth and wellness at our various centres. While the current situation does not allow us to be together in person, our virtual events help to fill the gap. We hope to continue these events in future to continue to expand our community.” All Redbrick Offices workshops contain a fee to register for it and the Content Writing and Social Media Marketing (Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn) courses come with study material as well as a certification included in the fee. The social media training workshops contain not more than 10 people per batch as it helps promote appropriate attention to each participant. Along with that, a baking session was held for two days to learn the correct technique of baking with 18 participants.

    Redbrick offices has also planned a fun Doodling guided session with Doodler Bhuvaneshwari and have received around 80 confirmations till date. To promote wellness as well as creativity, Yoga interactive sessions are also scheduled. The proceeds for this Yoga session will be donated to the Head Foundation for the relief of COVID-19 affected people.

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