After a year and three months I have decided to call it a day at Iffort. At times priorities in your life let you make some decisions that could be surprising too and this is one of them.
Let’s take a flashback, a year ago when I joined Iffort. The place was new for me but I gelled-up in the environment abruptly because the place was so compatible; two cool bosses, friendly seniors and most importantly the work of my interest.
Someone has said it right:
You’ve achieved success in your field when you don’t know whether what you’re doing is work or play.
At Iffort, you would feel the same because people working here believe in work by choice not work by chance! Whether you are a newbie or master of your trade you’ll get the perfect shoes to fit in your feets. “All work and no play makes jack a dull boy “, yes we live-upto this philosophy. ‘Party party’ is what we chant every day; we don’t need a reason for that! Tabrez Sir, mind it
Overall it has been an amazing experience. I was associated with some of the most interesting brands; all of them were very different from each other hence I ended up taking a diverse experience in such a small time. At Iffort, perfection is what you are expected to deliver every time no matter how you are achieving it. I did mistakes and have learned from those mistakes so, apart from knowing what would work, we better know what wouldn’t work for you.
As a brand/business if someone is looking for a digital and creative agency then I would definitely recommend you Iffort. No I haven’t been paid or forced to write it, this is what I feel, this is what I have seen and experienced here.
At last but not the least, I would miss you guys a lot. A first job is always a first job and it’s a very special feeling. I am not sure what would be my next role or avatar but I would be in touch with you all. Thank you for being so helpful and grateful specially Daksh Sir and Sunny Sir.
Wish you all a very prosperous journey ahead. Grow big, grow strong Dear Iffort. I know “Great is the art of beginning, but greater is the art of ending” but I am pretty sure it’s not the end and how lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard.