“We fell a lot, we made lots of mistakes, but now we’ve grown up a lot in confidence!”
“Plan less, work more!”
“One should always be ready to adopt and adapt!”
– Pratik Rathod and Ramalingam Subramaniam, founders of BigMyGig.com (Making your gigs memorable!)
This week, we catch up with the founders of BigMyGig.com. They’re Pratik Rathod and Ramalingam Subramaniam. BigMyGig is a platform that helps you make your own gigs memorable. It’s a marketplace connecting artists and people throwing or organizing parties. So, whether you fall on either side of the spectrum, you can make your gigs memorable using this platform!
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Ram and Pratik talk about their own backgrounds in event management and being an artist respectively. And in their own passion projects, they had a tough time getting artists together. This sparked the idea for BigMyGig which started off as a college project for a competition. They also get into detail about the methodology they use, viz., “The Bamboo Strategy” and “Measure twice, cut once”. All in all, a power packed episode that you don’t want to miss!
Following are the resources that the founders mentions on the show:
- BigMyGig.com – a marketplace connecting artists and event organizers. Go on, try them out and make your own gigs memorable! You can also check out their Instagram page here
- Some software resources – “Wave” for accouting, “Digital Ocean” and “Heroku” for hosting.
- Connect with Pratik via Facebook, Linkedin or follow him on twitter @Pratzik
- Connect with Ram via Linkedin or follow him on twitter @vijchik
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What do you think of the concept of BigMyGig? Do you think your upcoming gigs will not just a plain gig, but memorable gigs? Pratik, Ramalingam and us would love to know, drop us an email at ram AT foundersgyan.com or use the comments box below!
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