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... They gave us detailed information about the company and the relationship between HRG and Dnata. We talked a lot in depth about the Indian market and what makes it unique. The Indian market is a high touch market, very price sensitive, hard to find skilled workers, and they have a very high attrition rate. We also learned more about payment and BSPs (building settlement plans). It was a very informative meeting.
In the afternoon we met ...
... help for emergency situations. We ended the night, and the trip, with a networking reception at the Oberoi. Many of the presenters throughout the week and their colleagues attended the reception. As the presenters left, I felt some of the same emotions as when leaving my friends to take off for this trip. In Bangalore, I built my network, expanded my knowledge, but most importantly, I made new friends. In a city across the world from my home, I ...
... roadside with many painted toys to be sold as part of Diwali (The Festival of Lights). We mentioned that we might want to purchase some of those toys and the driver knew right where he wanted to go. We decided that we would do a bit of shopping before lunch. Little did we know the surprises ahead! On to Jayanagar We headed over to the Neighborhood of Jayanagar in Bangalore. It was much quieter than anywhere else we had been in the ...
... the metro would not get me there, and I had to find another way.
Next, I got transportation from another rickshaw driver. However, since I was running late and the rickshaw had a limit to how fast it could go, while driving on the freeway my driver called out to a minivan driver who was next to us. After a brief discussion while both driving, they pulled over to the side of the road, I transported my bags to the minivan, and I spent ...
... a half day at the office I took the bus back to the retreat (even though there are a lot more white people in Bangalore, everyone would stare at me when I would go on the buses, then one of the staff explained its only Indians who use the bus here, so they stare at me because I must be Indian!)
On Saturday afternoon Antony took me to the ISKON temple, which is a famous Hare Krishna temple in Bangalore. Not going to lie, I thought it was a Buddhist ...