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Priyanka Praveen
Siva Kumar talks about how one bus journey to Bangalore changed his entire life as he began a new chapter at Swiggy.
The company’s latest programme will help delivery executives train for new roles and upskill, while their children get access to several online education courses. Currently, 24,000 children and 37,000 DEs have been enrolled.
Find out all about Swiggy’s revamped offering Guiltfree that is attempting to change the way one looks at rich food.
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Swiggy is celebrating it's eighth anniversary and so, it wanted to celebrate some of its earliest restaurant partners! This story is all about the grit and resilience of Bangalore's Suryawanshi.
Girish Menon, Senior VP of Human Resources, walks us through what went into the future of work mandates, the lessons they learnt while scaling the company, how they chose to make sure their employees are happy and heard and why you should work for Swiggy if you already haven’t thought of it.
In this Women in Tech story, we have a strong contender who can knock you out of the ring with her never-give up attitude.
Swiggy was recently in the news for acquiring Dineout — India’s dining out restaurant tech platform. What happens when two companies with humble beginnings, a love for all things food, convenience, and an employee-first philosophy join-hands?
With the latest policy employees can now pick up projects beyond work that add to their professional and mental well-being.
How does one get through two massive setbacks but still persevere? Ask the Shubham duo of Chandigarh's Prashadam, who with the help of Swiggy's Anmol Kataria found success.
There’s joy in starting small and making it big — ask Gagan Soni, the restaurateur who owns Namak Shamak and he’ll tell you.
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