Foot loose

Written by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published:March 26, 2009 3:56 am

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THE best way to help anyone is to give them the best. And we at Netgains are good at online services and so thought it best to give free website design services to NGOs,charities,non-profit organizations,SME’s,educational institutions,hospitals,and community groups,” says Sumeet Malik,Chief Executive Officer,Netgains,a city-based IT company that has media labs in New York City. Interestingly Malik wants to bridge the gap between those wanting assistance and those wanting to provide it. “We want all to share the benefits of the internet age,” he talks about the initiative ‘Netgains Cares’,wherein they work towards giving back to the society. They hold draws to pick one company each month. “We believe that it’s not just what you do,but how you go about doing it,” Sumeet says that’s the reason,once the organization is narrowed down upon,the needs and the target audience is understood before the layout is made. “We look at designing programs that are innovative,sustainable and produce tangible results,” says Sumeet,whose company has been assisting individuals and companies across the world to connect with their customers and has worked with more than 500 clients. For more details log on to netgains.org.

Did you know?
ABOUT 30 per cent of the market consists of spurious pipes that do not guarantee prescribed thickness. Against an average life of thirty years in buildings,the life of spurious pipes is hardly three years leading to repeated maintenance and replacement costs,” said Jaiprakash Agarwal,Chairman and Managing Director,Surya Roshni,as he launched an awareness programme about spurious pipes. Covering about 100 cities all over India,Agarwal said that spurious pipes are produced with under gauge patra coils,instead of tested HR coils from main producers like SAIL,ESSAR and others.

Spreadin’ cheer
THE fun on wheels promotional activity for Coca Cola – Red Alert – rolled into day two. This Wednesday saw the ‘Red’ brigade visit Sectors 43,44,45,46,47 and 48 in Chandigarh. Into its eighth year,the road show saw the cavalcade move with a select project team,a branded music truck and an on-the-spot gift distribution truck. Joining in the activities in the Sector 40 market was an RJ of My FM. The jockey added further excitement to the day and also gave away gifts such as T-shirts,wall clocks,pen stands,napkin holders,glasses,key chain openers,coca cola products and more. Next,the Red Brigade will visit Sectors 31,32,33,34,25 and 36 on Thursday.

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