Gentle Bamboo Solutions

Gentle Bamboo is 1 year old πŸš€

Hi,

It seems like we have been around forever. But, it’s only been a year.

Woo hoo! We have crossed a major milestone as a company. We are one year old! If these were different times, we would be sending out an invite to you to join a huge party. Let’s celebrate when the world has healed a bit, shall we?

It’s been an eventful year. A little too eventful, if I’m honest.

Over this year, you and I have interacted in some way (although I admit that I might have spoken more than you in that conversation). I hope you have learned something from Rakshith and me. I hope you enjoyed our time together. I want to take this opportunity to thank you for being a part of the journey. I really appreciate it.

While Rakshith and I have been working together for a long time, we decided to start a new business named Gentle Bamboo Solutions only last year. The company was officially incorporated on Halloween, the scariest day of the year. In the first six months of starting, we experienced a lot of scary things in the company. As a fledgling company, the pandemic and the ensuing lockdown scared the daylights out of us. We were mentally ready for a complete collapse of the business. Fortunately for us (and thanks to lots of hard work), the company did well during the most difficult time the world has ever seen.

We did quite a lot this year. We did hundreds of classroom training sessions in the first half-year, many of them with entirely original and fascinating ideas. When the world shut down, we moved to Virtual Training sessions almost instantly and did hundreds of them too. We launched Dextr.io, our interactive presentation tool. We added a few new corporate clients to our client list. We did lots of open workshops about GPS Framework (chances are you may have met me there). We are almost ready to launch a brand new workshop – Business Growth Roadmap. As I said, it’s been a very eventful year.

I look forward to working even more closely with you over the months and years ahead. And, I once again thank you for the association so far.

If you have been reading these emails and getting any value from them, I request you to do one (or both) of these things:

  1. Send a reply and tell me which were your two favorite emails so far and why (Visit gentlebamboo.com/emails​ for a recap)
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Thank you!

Beginning to walk,

Abhilash

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