4. What are any significant insights about you and your work that you've taken from BHX?
The setting in itself is advantageous to mull over where you are coming from and where you want to go in the future. The seven days, least a buffer than it is an illustrative halt to ponder upon the changes you want to make and infuse your learning. It's like a silent trade-off, a silent, unconventional trade-off of perspectives and tried and tested knowledge that's utterly fruitful! I found myself forming associations that I still interact with, the people who inspire with their phenomenal understanding of the work they are involved in. Shakti and Tanmay, specially, Shakti with his phenomenal sense of branding, he breathes his brand - I deeply hold in awe how Tanmay projects his visual sentiments with a complete hold on the narrative- it's like staying absolutely in the present moment. This immersive experience, the end product of his story-telling has personally streamlined my vision and flow of exercise to remain where I hold power to affect its course. Everything Tanmay visualizes is like a fluid movie, so strong and so controlled, like all of us play character projections . These interactions have struck a chord with me and I happily carried them back home with me; I obviously don’t need to reiterate the many ways in which they've proved to be assistive and applicable!
Ranjani's story stands illustrative to our belief here at BHX : to foster an unconventional quest of networking and facilitate a diverse exchange of perspectives and inspirations from all involved. BHX becomes the vantage point of newer frame of reference and approach to craft their decisions and the process more often than not, becomes a token of memory of a transformative experience. Prioritise value - are you ready to confront the change?
(This interview has been edited and condensed)