10 July 2017
engage4more manages Transcendence 2017 for Tata Institute of Social Sciences
Transcendence 2017- Organizational Development and Change Conference 2017 by Tata Institute of Social Sciences was successfully executed by engage4more.


The event was hosted by Tata Institute of Social Sciences and engage4more was an engagement partner for this event. It was held at their Auditorium in Deonar, Mumbai on 23rd & 24th June, 2017.

Tata Institute of Social Sciences organized this conference with the intention of embodying responsibility; where current & future leaders can learn, grow, transform and be a part of an evolving legacy. The purpose to create a synergetic platform like Transcendence 2017 was to explore possibilities, co-create ideas and ‘transcend’ in the space of OD. The aim to host this event was to bring forth cutting edge ideas and raise various possibilities for what lies ‘next’, in different sectors. It facilitated a much-required dialogue among different stakeholders, disseminate the resulting collaborative knowledge, develop new partnerships and evolve ideas for concrete action.... Read More
6 July 2017
engage4more engages Star Union Dai-lchi Life Insurance employees at Shikhar 2017
Shikhar 2017, an annual award ceremony by Star Union Dai-lchi Life Insurance, for the outstanding performances by their employees all over India, was successfully executed by engage4more.

Hosted by India's star emcee Gitikka Ganju Dhar, Shikhar 2017 was held at JW Marriott Sahar, Mumbai on 23rd June 2017.

The ceremony started with a keynote address by Mr. Girish Kulkarni, MD & CEO and Mr. Hitoshi Yamaguchi, Deputy CEO of Star Union Dai-lchi Life Insurance.

Attended by more than 350 members and participants from all the zones (East, West, North, South and Central), the ceremony witnessed 150 awards given out.

One of the key highlights was the theme - smarter, faster and stronger. Shikhar 2017 aims for 'Smarter' through planning and focusing on specific targets, 'Faster' with shorter response time and increased agility in operations and 'Stronger' with new and attractive products. Read More

3 July 2017
The Small Big Idea wins social media mandate for the six edition of CTC
The agency will now be handling the social media engagement for the launch the f sixth edition of ‘Corporate Talent Championship 2017’, a platform that allows corporates to showcase their talent and compete with employees from all over the country

World's only reality show for the corporate world CTC (Corporate Talent Championship) has signed on the digital-first brand agency The Small Big Idea (TSBI) to undertake their social media duties in India. TSBI has undertaken various projects for engage4more who manages the IP of Corporate Talent Championship. The brand has now awarded the agency with all round social media mandate to drive its digital presence....Read More

22 June 2017
Upwards And Onwards! Engage4more Unveils New Brand Identity
engage4more, India’s leading employee engagement and employer branding company today celebrated its seventh anniversary by announcing its new brand identity. The logo is reflective of the firm’s vision and the philosophy of using employee engagement to raise enthusiasm for the workplace.
T​he new look, three interlocking pieces of jigsaw puzzle, represent​ ​the diversity in an organization with the belief that they can be engaged irrespective of the extreme challenges. It also represents the 3 key businesses of engage4more and their diverse methods to bring employee engagement to life.
It is an integration of diverse elements that form an upward going arrow – a visual cue that once the pieces are in place, a company rises. A contemporary purple colour has been chose for the new logo, along with a conservatively hip typeface, keeping in mind that the target audience — India’s corporate work force — is young...Read More

07 MAY 2017
Saina confident of bouncing back
"Fitness is important because of the scheduling of back to back tournaments I can see that I am not very far from my best It will come with a 5-6 week break," said the former women's world no 1 and 2012 London Olympics bronze medallist

Mumbai, May 7 star india shuttler Saina Nehwal is confident of bouncing back to somewhere close to where she was before her knee surgery after the Rio Olympics last year.
The hyderabad ace, however, conceded that she felt a bit apprehensive in attacking the net and to overcome it she is working hard with coach Vimal Kumar.
"There is nothing much that can be planned as of now. The surgery phase was a little difficult. It is not easy to come back after such a surgery because there are a lot of movements you suddenly forget. The cross movement is a struggle to deal with, and it takes time to get your movement back," Saina told reporters here today....Read More

8 May 2017
BRAND AMBASSADOR SAINA NEHWAL ATTENDED GRAND FINALE OF EDELWEISS BRAIN BOUT SEASON 2 IN ASSOCIATION WITH ENGAGE4MORE ENDS SUCCESSFULLY
Mumbai, 7th May, 2017: Edelweiss Brain Bout, the first-of-its-kind quizzing championship, an initiative by India’s leading employee engagement company engage4more successfully concluded its second season with a flourish. The grand finale was held at the courtyard of High Street Phoenix, Lower Parel on Sunday. The evening saw Anil Kothuri and Meghashyam Shirodkar from Edelweiss as the champions of the Edelweiss Brain Bout second season, Neil Fernandes and Rajashri Chanda from Infogain as the runner-ups.
The championship was witnessed by corporate honchos such as Radhika Gupta (CEO, Edelweiss Asset Management), Rajesh Srivastava (Joint Executive President and HR Business Partner at UltraTech Cement), Mona Cheriyan (President & Group Head Human Resources at Thomas Cook India Limited), Mukesh Malik (COO, Financial Services, Aditya Birla Group), Pankaj Phatarphod (Managing Director & Country Head of Services – India, RBS), Dr. Tanya Mishra (Managing Director Human Resources at Accenture) among others who wore the Quiz Master’s hat.....Read More

23 June 2017
Destress employees to increase productivity
Employee stress continues to be the primary problem for all companies, all the time. Stress is a natural phenomenon and occurs at every workplace. When left unattended it can not only affect the productivity of your employees but can also wreak havoc on employee health.
Work life balance has evolved into work-life integration for a substantial portion of the employed population. An employee now is at the core of work skills needed at the workplace and that is an accepted fact. The effect of work-life integration has led to a phenomenal shift in the way people are dressed at work, the kind of food is served at cafeterias and the way graphics are speaking to workers across workplace walls. Apart from that companies are increasingly supporting working mothers by providing they care for their children at work premises itself....Read More

21 June 2017
TVS Wego Bags Title Sponsorship of engage4more’s 6th edition of Corporate Talent Championship
engage4more has launched the latest edition of Corporate Talent Championship (CTC). Held annually, the event is all set for its 6th edition and this year TVS Wego has bagged the title sponsorship for world’s biggest performing art platform for corporates.
The Championship this year starts from the 3rd week of June for the Intra corporate rounds, with the city finale being held between September 9 and 24, 2017 and culminating on October 7, 2017 in Mumbai, with TV episodes going on air on NDTV Prime Mid October and running over two weeks.
CTC is now the only televised reality show for corporates in performing arts. The flagship IP of engage4more also boasts of being the biggest corporate engagement event platform that enables branding, displays, sampling in more than 150 of the biggest offices of the nation, giving brands coverage in more than 12 leading cities. In the past years, brands like ITC, Dabur, Blackberry, Datsun, LIC, Yes Bank and Sodexo have been associated with the event. Participating corporates have included multinationals like Reliance, Bosch, Tech Mahindra, HCL, Sony, SBI Life, Tata, Snapdeal, Hero and so on....Read More