Marketing Mastermind Caps Brilliant Career With Gupshup Technologies

Chetna Mahajan’22 (Delhi) will start her professional career with Gupshup Technologies as a Senior Executive in Sales. She chose this placement offer over some other promising companies that came to FIIB campus and offered Sales & Business Development roles as she was more keen on working in the: Digital Marketing and E-commerce domain. As per her interest, she also did a Digital Marketing Online Course certified by Google so as to have an edge over others and to increase her skill pool.

An attentive student who has opted for Marketing as her major specialization and Operations as her minor specialization, Chetna had bagged the coveted award for being a dynamic and spirited co-head for the Spirit committee and also participated as an Emcee in Sustainability Summit 2019 during her stint at FIIB. 

“FIIB offers many opportunities for the students by exposing them to various Guest Lectures as well as Conclaves and make them confident enough by imparting knowledge and awareness,” says Chetna Mahajan, Second-year student at FIIB

I credit FIIB for giving me every opportunity to grow and learn by providing experiential learning,” she said. “With the kind of activities and training FIIB provided has definitely prepared me for the academic rigors of college as well as the hustles of the corporate world. In particular, the numerous conclaves and cultural programs that I got a chance to attend here at FIIB proved to be a great learning opportunity for me. Along with it, my busy schedule taught me several valuable skills with regard to stress management, time management, communication, organizational awareness and better planning.

Outside the classroom, Chetna worked on a  rural employment project with Literacy India and helped Handicraft Artisans to craft a better livelihood. She also provided her skills to increase B2B retention and B2B sales revenue for Indusind Media & Communications Ltd. – Hinduja Group. She also participated in Brand Rovers Marketing Contest and won the first prize, and traveled to Dubai for her Global Immersion Program. 

Chetna counted herself as someone belonging to the Introvert community when she joined FIIB, but now she recalls coordinating with different stakeholders as a volunteer for various departments, giving classroom presentations and volunteering as an emcee in conclaves as her most cherished memories of the business school. 

In her view, “FIIB offers many career-preparatory opportunities and such a supportive environment to its students that introduce every student to their best version. Her sense of belonging as a part of the FIIB family has enriched her experiential learning in many aspects and she extends a big thank you to her faculty mentor who was a mentor-cum-friend to her and helped her in every phase of her MBA journey and taught her how to be a self-confident winner.”