For building beautiful online stores that convert, we trust Shopify
Ease of use:
Easiest shopping cart software with most features
only a few clicks away
Great 3rd party ecosystem:
100’s of plugins and extensions available for
virtually any functionality you might imagine
Fast and secure hosting of your website comes
We have the expertise to build fully customised Shopify based ecommerce stores
For building non commerce websites, we recommend Wordpress
What is WordPress? WordPress is an
online, open source website creation
tool written in PHP. But in non-geek
speak, it’s probably the easiest and
most powerful blogging and website
content management system (or CMS)
in existence today.
Then you may ask, what is a CMS. Well.. think of it as a control panel
from where you can easily add new images, text, etc without writing any
code. So you get the website developed once and then you keep adding
information whenever you want.
For example, if you are a photographer, you can add your new shoots as
and when they become available. If you are a recipe website, you can
add recipes as you try them out. If you’re a real estate broker…
We have the expertise to build fully customised Wordpress based sites
– Add to cart from the collection pages directly – Added a recipe section – Blogs for product news – Testimonials section
Preetika and Prerna Chawla, or “The Chawla Sisters” as they’re often fondly referred to in the Mumbai Theatre Circuit, are both actors as well as producers. In fact, Preetika has her own production house called “Final Call Productions” that creates fiction content for the web space. How then, you ask, do they make pickle?
Their obsession with food and feeding comes from their mother, Rithu. Her multi cultural lineage and her father’s rank in the Indian Air Force made their childhood food experiences diverse. The recipe for the pickle (Coorgi with East Indian influences) comes from Rithu’s mother who picked it up on one of her husband’s postings. Known for their hospitality and, their home in Mumbai (they grew up in Delhi) has always been open to friends. And the kitchen, always stocked with their mother’s Pork Pickle, which they would generously hand out by the jarful to passers-through. The hopeless addicts the lip smacking Pickle created started to offer to pay for their next fix. And the gaps between the orders kept decreasing. Rithu, tired of spending her time churning out batch after batch of pickle on her visits to her daughters, threw in her apron and called a strike.
The Chawla Sisters had no choice but to wear the mantle of picklers and learn the recipe. So in August 2016, Pickle Shickle was born. And subsequently nagged and bullied into expanding it’s menu from just delectable Pork Pickle to Chicken, Prawn, Lotus Stem and Jackfruit variations. Ever since, they have been a recurring fixture, by popular demand, at multiple pop-ups across Mumbai and their rapidly growing, regular clientelle orders their chatpata-homemade-love-in- a-jar of Pickle Shickle from the Chawla Sisters’ home kitchen. Since its been so well received, and they’ve been enjoying their experience of spreading the love so much, they’re super excited to explore the Burmese end of Nani’s lineage and soon introduce condiments from that side as well. Fingers crossed!
• Ours is a family recipe, handed down over 3 generations • We use no artificial flavours, colours or preservatives • We cook our pickles personally and in small batches to ensure quality, may we say they’re artisinal? • Creative selection of main ingredient
What is toy tales?Even i am trying to find an answer to this. While playing with my son summer morning, all i know, it gave me an outlet to share my borderline satire views on the general surroundings. Little things that we see, observe, listen, admire, detest everyday, the real life incidents, stuff that affects and heals us.I hope you enjoy this. And sincerely hope that you pick up toys everyday as its nothing less than therapeutic. Surojit Dev( Founder Toy Tales)
Quintessentially earthly, we work with brass – a beautiful and highly malleable metal that is capable of producing some of the most ergonomic designs, to suit just about any body type. Our finding are all brass they are only lacquered to preserve the look and feel of raw brass, that give an industrial feel to our merchandise.
We also do some rhodium plated earring and rings.Our neckpieces are usually dramatic and inspired from jewellery that you can adorn. They are as important as the clothes you wear, and make your look. Our earrings, bracelets and cuffs are very geometric, edgy and obviously very gold!
Based out of New Delhi, India, the designer – Mallika Singh, is an alumni of the illustrious Istituto Europeo di Design school in Milan. Soon after graduated top of her class in 2007, she began lending her own distinct style of design to a number of famous fashion brands and houses; including working with a Swedish artist and colleague Julia Andersson and iconic Indian couturier, Gaurav Gupta.”Jewellery was an obsession that I pursued to find Malleka, and the drama within each piece – well, that’s just how I like to live my life.”Mallika Singh
Final Call Productions
Film / Production
WHY ARE WE CALLED FINAL CALL?
Well we thought we were being smart and then registered this name and now we’re stuck with it.
But our thoughts were:
We LOVE THE THEATRE and that’s where our roots lie. We draw from a theatrical talent-base. Why? Because the theatre has the best actors, the best writers, people who have got into an industry because of a passion, not because they’ve just found themselves there or simply want to be rich.
This raises the quality of our work.
So, like, Final Call refers to when that voice comes on the loudspeaker when you’re about to watch a show, ‘This is the Final Call to take your seats.’
That’s why we’ve got a megaphone in our logo.
Also – a little more smug – once you’ve called us… you won’t need to ever call anyone else.
So if you like our work and have a job you want doing and want doing well – give us a little tinkle on the phone.
If you don’t, then just move along. And maybe check back in a month or two and see if we’ve done anything you like.
We think different. I know everyone makes that claim and so we’re kind of the same as them, which makes us not at all different. But we’re still different.
We made this company to give us the infrastructure to pursue our own interests and do what we want to do – which includes making high quality content for all-comers.
Just a small list of what we can do and some of our ambitions:
WEB CONTENT (ADS, FICTION SERIES, ETC)
EVENTS (THEATRE, STAND-UP COMEDY, ETC)
MOVIES (ONE DAY… ONE DAY…)
The Materialist Clothing
– Designed the site with an all black background – Add capability to browse related items as set by client – Change product zoom functionality to better adhere to new design
The Materialist is the brainchild of Avantika Sujan (pictured), who started her career as a corporate lawyer in London, after degrees in Economics and Maths from University College, London and the London School of Economics, before she decided to make the switch to the aesthetic realm.
With an emphasis on luxurious and tactile fabric (‘Clothes that shimmer like water and float like air’), our clothes seek to add personality, style, elegance and class to the wardrobe. Timelessness, and a potential shift away from the paradigm of the ‘trend’, characterise the brand.
We have hosted events at premier locations- Razzia in Zurich, as well as at A ta Maison, and the gorgeous Lodhi Hotel in New Delhi, India.