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Year in Review – What we 'shipped' in 2010

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This is a riff inspired by Seth Godin’s post today, on what we ‘shipped’ in 2010.

  1. Incorporated 2 new companies to start shipping products in 2011.
  2. Created and designed the Krya brand
  3. Built the first prototype of a D.I.Y Film Appreciation product
  4. Decided that it needs more work
  5. Turned vegan after 2 attempts
  6. Started writing consistently through the Krya blog, and our film journal.
  7. Started many gedankenexperiments including an ongoing, complete break from newspapers and news channels
  8. Moved heaven & earth to find and eat organic produce – we now eat only organic vegetables and grains, but are still looking for organic fruits & organic restaurants.
  9. Continue to push the boundary on new artistic experiences especially in expanding our cinema oeuvre . (Of course, this meant a lot of hard work in sourcing this movies and other books on film.) Some examples include :
    1. The Legend of the Suram Fortress – Sergei Parajanov
    2. The Housemaid – Kim Ki Young
    3. The American Soldier – Rainer Werner Fassbinder
    4. The Rules of the Game – Jean Renoir
    5. Coffee & Cigarettes – Jim Jarmusch
  10. Started a garage start-up in the true spirit of the word – there is a garage in front of our office
  11. Successfully resisted buying a car and bought 2 cycles instead – our carbon footprint continues to be enviably low
  12. Consciously worked on our positivity and mental fortitude this year. (All you need to be a successful entrepreneur is wake up and think positive). Many thanks to Esther, Jerry & Abraham for all their support.

Happy New Year!  We wish you lots of joy, health and abundance in this coming year.
Preethi & Srinivas

srinivas krishnaswamy

srinivas krishnaswamy

Srinivas is Krya's Co-Founder. He brings in a unique perspective to Krya with his dual Masters in Physics & Management. At Krya, Srinivas is motivated by the challenges of crafting the company's DNA - products that delight consumers, manufacturing excellence, a winning team and sustainable profitable growth. He is deeply committed to defining the first principles of Dharmic Entrepreneurship in order to build a world class organisation rooted in Indian Knowledge Systems.

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