Founder,Krish Event Management
“To achieve great things, two things are needed: a plan and not quite enough time.” – Leonard Bernstein. Pretty much sums up the schedule of Ms. Narmadha Veni. Krish Event Management was born in 2007 as a result of a burning desire to scale the ladder of success in Event Management. An event can be official or personal. It can be a launch of a product or the commemoration of a milestone. Narmadha has the unified focus of making every project perfect from start to end. Narmadha was bitten by the Event Management bug very early in her life as she started Krish Event Management the year she graduated from SIET as an interior designer in 2007. From being a woman entrepreneur handling a startup that has extremely stressful demands, she has never flinched once, and now is the staple choice of giants like Pfizer, Caterpillar among others. While the growth has not been easy, it has been rapid. This is because of the work ethic that Narmadha brings to every Project. Be it the sound stage, or the visual decor, Narmadha has a hands on approach, and being a person well versed in the fine arts herself, the creative process comes naturally. But the most important aspect of every project is the ability to read the client and understand the exact expectation. Be it a corporate convention, or a thematic party, a themed wedding, every event has its own set of basic tenets that have to be adhered to in order for it to be successful. And there can be no compromise in these however pressed for time or resource the client may be. On top of this the Event Manager has to understand the unique requirement of the client. This is where Narmadha excels and this understanding is the reason for the rapid growth. This led to themed parties she conducted for the house of RAN India TMT Bars be a roaring success. For Narmadha, Event Management is not just an trade, but is an art form and a calling.
Ms. Narmadha Veni has her plate full with several prestigious projects from the who’s who in industry and individually. She also has fostered a retail entity, Pottikadai, that employs physically and economically disadvantaged people, especially women, to breathe life into eco-friendly recyclable everyday products. A socially positive concept, this is all set to revolutionize the interwebs.