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🚀💼 Nutreat's Internship Program (NIP) is back with its 2023 edition! 💼🚀
nitiated in 2018, our Nutreat Internship Program has grown each year, offering MBA students a unique 10-week journey into the vibrant world of the food and beverage industry.
At the heart of Nutreat is the 'Jugaad' philosophy. A term coined in India, 'Jugaad' is all about out-of-the-box thinking, resourceful problem-solving, and innovative solutions. It's about making the most of what we have and creating extraordinary results. This ethos is what we aim to imbue in our interns.
🔄 The NIP 2023 allows you to explore various facets of our organization, rotating through our Production, Marketing, and Social Media departments. Here, you will gain hands-on experience, contribute to live projects, and see the Jugaad spirit in action!
The culmination of this journey is a Capstone project, where interns will apply their acquired knowledge and skills to present and sell Nutreat products to a selected consumer group.
We believe in mutual benefits and rewards. For this reason, we offer a competitive stipend for our interns, and for those who choose an unpaid path, a unique sales-based incentive scheme allows them to earn based on their performance.
The selection process for NIP 2023 was rigorous, aiming to identify individuals who embody the Nutreat spirit - passionate, innovative, and ready to embrace challenges. We are excited to welcome the selected candidates to our team.
Stay tuned for future opportunities to join this dynamic program and let's work together to create a healthier world, one 'Jugaad' solution at a time.
Swetha Noone KL University Hyderabad Dr. Sunny Agarwal Dr. Raja Sekhar Krovi KLTIF TBI Sri laxmi Behera Mallika Lakkoju
The basic principles of Social Media
It is very important to stay connected with your audience in order to have them visit your business today online, so they will reconnect with you tomorrow in real-life. Social media is the ideal method for that. These are 8 basic principles of social media:
1. Create desire
You can create desire by showing your products or services. Maybe not all products sell good now, but some will.
2. Inspire your (potential) customer
People need inspiration. They find this online, often on social media. So be there and share inspiring content.
3. Create relevant content
Start storytelling of your brand. Stay visible! Ideas for content: a quiz, a day out of the life of an employee, everyday activities, recipes, facts and figures.
4. Show ‘real life’ content
Share original content of women artisans/farmers you work with. Tell their stories and show what they do to survive. People are interested in this. You can inspire people with their strength, doubts and entrepreneurship.
5. Be consistent in your design
Always use the same colors and banners. Develop a unique style for your company.
6. Don’t forget a Call To Action (CTA)
Make an offer people can’t refuse and make it easy for them to buy your product with a clear call to action.
7. Collect reviews
Collect reviews. Ask your employees, partners, ambassadors, influencers or customers to write a review online. Or even better: let them make a short movie.
8. Start a conversation
Interact with your audience. This will create customer loyalty. You can do this by referring to the news, placing recognizable content, being personal, asking good questions, showing emotions and @mention people.
Share your best practice with the community! I am very curious!11 likes
Join the Nutreat Women's Health Champions Program – Empower Women and Promote Overall Health Across India
We're thrilled to announce the launch of the Nutreat Women's Health Champions (NWHC) program, an innovative remote volunteering opportunity for women aged 18-60 years across India. We invite passionate women to join us in promoting mental and emotional health, Nutreatlife products and services, and the importance of local foods, while empowering women within their communities.
As a Nutreat Women's Health Champion, you will:
🏠 Work remotely, with 80% of tasks conducted from home.
🧠 Promote women's mental and emotional health through online sessions and workshops.
🌾 Spread awareness about Nutreatlife products and the benefits of local foods.
👩🏫 Empower women in your community through health education and support.
The program duration is six months, culminating in a celebration and certification ceremony for all dedicated volunteers.
For more information and to submit your application, visit https://www.nutreatglobal.com/nwhc
Let's join hands and create a healthier, happier #India
Hello Friends, We would like to introduce our attractive wrap bags for gifting to friends and colleagues.. We are taking wholesale orders for corporates, wholesellers and retailers
Ecosattva started as a sustainable marketplace and in 5 years we have evolved into a business that helps and enables other businesses to become more sustainable as well.
At Ecosattva we help sustainable brands get better access to the market and customers through our own website as well as by helping brands navigate distribution for their products across various channels available online. We are really proud to have partnered with Last Forest Enterprises for their Online Distribution.
Through our online distribution we ensure brands get up and running on e-marketplace quickly and efficiently by setting up their business accounts and familiarising them with the policies, procedures, and tools and most importantly helping with the pricing strategies.
You can reach out to us on [email protected]7 likes
Excited to be representing ONganic Foods at Natural Food Expo West, Anaheim - the largest organic trade fair in US and the world!
It was an amazing opportunity for us to meet the most passionate students of Mini-MBA students of ICM (Funded by IIT-M) at our Nutreat Experience centre
The visit provided us with a unique chance to learn about their experiences and gain insights into the challenges and successes that they have faced in their business ventures. We were also able to get a better understanding of how these women have managed to make an impact on society through their work. It was truly inspiring and humbling to meet such passionate women who are making a difference in the world.8 likes
Being a rural entrepreneur can be challenging due to a lack of resources and access to markets. Rural areas often have limited access to funding, networks, and business support services. Additionally, the remote location of rural areas can make it difficult to attract and retain employees, and to access customers and suppliers.
Rural entrepreneurs may also face challenges in terms of infrastructure, such as limited access to reliable internet and transportation. However, rural entrepreneurs may also have access to unique resources, such as natural resources, local crafts and traditions, and a strong sense of community. Overcoming these challenges requires a combination of resourcefulness, determination, and a willingness to think creatively and build partnerships.
As a rural entrepreneur, marketing is crucial to the success of your business. However, reaching your target audience can present additional challenges in rural areas. Fortunately, with the right strategy and tools, you can effectively market your company and products to a wider audience.
" The first step in any successful marketing strategy is understanding your target audience. This includes identifying their demographics, interests, and needs" says Shilpa, founder of Twist- a seasoned marketing professional with over 5 years of experience. Here are few gravitating tips from her for all Nutreat Global Community to grow consciously.
1. Profile Optimization: Ensure that all relevant business and contact information is included on the profile, including the location of the rural entrepreneurs’ business.
2. Post Regularly: Post regularly on LinkedIn to ensure that rural entrepreneurs are staying top-of-mind. Make sure to post content that is relevant and helpful to rural entrepreneurs.
3. Engage with the Community: Engage with rural entrepreneurs by liking, sharing, and commenting on their posts. This will create a sense of community and encourage further engagement.
4. Create a Group: Create a LinkedIn group specifically for rural entrepreneurs. This will help them connect with each other, share ideas, and support one another.
5. Use Paid Advertising: Utilize LinkedIn’s paid advertising platform to reach rural entrepreneurs. This will help to increase brand awareness and visibility.
6. Run a Contest: Run a contest on LinkedIn to encourage engagement with rural entrepreneurs. Offer a giveaway or discount to incentivize participation.
7. Use Influencers: Reach out to influencers in the rural entrepreneur space and partner with them to promote your business.
8. Measure Success: Track and measure the success of your social media strategy by tracking engagement, website traffic, and lead generation.
1. Offer Incentives: Offer incentives to rural entrepreneurs who share your content and promote your business. This could include discounts, free products, or even referral bonuses.
2. Hold Events: Hold events that target rural entrepreneurs. This could be virtual events or in-person events.
3. Utilize Video: Utilize video in your content strategy to engage rural entrepreneurs. This could include live streams, interviews, or tutorials.
4. Use Social Listening: Use social listening tools to track conversations related to rural entrepreneurs. This will help you stay on top of trends and understand their needs.
5. Take Advantage of LinkedIn Groups: Leverage LinkedIn Groups to reach rural entrepreneurs. This will help you connect with them and create meaningful relationships.
6. Leverage Partnerships: Leverage partnerships with local businesses and organizations to reach rural entrepreneurs. This could include local government organizations, universities, or other businesses.
7. Share User Generated Content: Share user generated content from rural entrepreneurs. This will help to build relationships, trust, and loyalty.
8. Use Live Streams: Utilize live streaming to engage with rural entrepreneurs. This could include webinars, Q&As, or interviews.
Much Needed Winter Essentials: Food Edition
Diving into December, it's officially that time of the year, when you have to not only modify your wardrobe, but your food preferences as well. Amidst the heavy fog, and cold air tickling us, it’s natural to crave for warm comforting foods like vadas, pakoras, samosas and kachoris.
However, it is important to be mindful of your calorie intake and avoid unhealthy snacking. Instead opt for super-healthy nutritious alternatives that will boost your energy levels, metabolism and immunity as well. Make a wise choice when it comes to snacking as stocking up on high-calorie food often makes one stressed, and tired. Here’s a list of healthy delights you can indulge in during winter for that extra mood boost.
High Calorie Porridge
Porridge is one of winter’s only redeeming features ( https://www.nutreatlife.com/blogs/news/porridge ). There’s nothing on those dark, freezing mornings to tempt you out of bed like the thought of a steaming bowl of creamy goodness as you get ready for the day ahead. It’s the ultimate hug-in-a-bowl and in winter when we’re not planning to leave our houses all that much, we need the warm embrace of porridge all the more.
Expert Take: Easier, Tastier, Softer porridge can be made with tossing in some dry fruits and roasted whole nuts
Ragi is loaded with vitamin C, B-complex vitamins, vitamin E, antioxidants, and calcium. Additionally, it also contains fibres, proteins, unsaturated fats, and sufficient calories. The stomach and intestines display peak levels of metabolism early in the morning.
Consuming ragi-based breakfast activates the digestive juices. The Super companion of healthy brekkie is the Hot Chocolate Ragi! Why not check out this crazy recipe here Choco Ragi Drink ( )
Expert Take: Ragi Upma and Ragi Paranthas are wholesome and indigenous Breakfast options to start your day with
Kesar is quite possibly of the most underestimated zest that warmingly affects the body.
Saffron tea, otherwise called Kashmiri kahwa is a customary Kashmiri beverage. You can set up the tea by implanting saffron, cloves and cinnamon in water, and afterward flavor it with cardamom.
Albeit this is the time of party, it is additionally an opportunity to get seasonal influenza. Furthermore, that is the reason it is essential to deal with your wellbeing, like never before. However, fortunately there are a lot of home cures that can assist your body with battling diseases.
Expert Take: Consuming kesar, otherwise called saffron, keeps your body warm, safeguards your skin against free radicals, helps with weight reduction and keeps disease and Alzheimer's under control. It is likewise known for its restorative advantages, and numerous Indians enjoy saffron milk during winters
Gond is our nation's very own gummy/candy. As winter knocks at your door, you might have noticed your Granny preparing Gond Ladoo. It is loved by both kids and adults alike. Gond Ladoo is the best warming food during winter and is quite a healthy snack especially in North India. It contains natural Gond (edible gum) which is extracted from the bark of trees.
Expert Take: The combo of fat, fiber and protein is good for carrying and lactating mothers ( https://www.nutreatlife.com/blogs/write-ups/5-best-natural-foods-during-pregnancy-especially-during-monsoons?_pos=2&_sid=a29f1af5a&_ss=r ) to meet the extra calories requirement and to speed up recovery.
Processed oils are one of the body’s worst enemies. What you want to consume are healthy oils, such as sesame oil, coconut oil, and virgin olive oil. As these oils are extremely dense in calories, they’ll help you gain healthy weight and mass. Not only will these oils improve your health, but will also make your salads way better.
Expert Take: Cold Pressed Oils are our go-to for a nutrilicious diet
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Collaborations with new small and rural curators is inducing us an excitement everyday. Happy to collaborate with a sweet family who curates Cashew Chikki from Mori and engage our customers with the most delightful product5 likes