He is the Community Manager for HasGeek, one of the best developer initiative that creates discussion spaces for geeks in India
He has been building communities as a volunteer with the Mozilla Foundation for almost 6 years now. Currently, he's managing the Mozilla Clubs Discourse Community as a volunteer community moderator
He is a also a Mozilla Tech Speaker and is rumoured to have played a role in building the Mozilla India community
Previously, he was heading community efforts at Scrollback (later became Belong) & he's also freelanced with FeverBee, a community management consultancy, on a research project on online communities
Shreyas is fascinated by unicorns, baguettes and online communities and is usually spotted in and around Bangalore taking time lapse videos, some of which are on his Instagram
He is the Community Manager at Venturesity where they help startups build their talent community via hackathons, learning and mentoring communities to connect the right talent with the right opportunity
Previously, he has been a Community Manager at Devu.in, a community for developers & Eco Paddlers, an NGO that focuses on several issues pinpointing the societal impact for the common good
He has also worked as the Local Outreach Head at TiE- Rajasthan
Why is Community Building so Important for Businesses?
Provide you with Valuable Feedback about your products, services and your business
Helps you establish Trust and Credibility and improve Customer Loyalty
You'll make connections and Develop Long-term Relationships
Creates Brand Advocates and Raving Fans who can't stop talking about your business
Communities are a great Support Network
These are Just Some of the benefits of Community Building.......
Many big companies we interact with everyday, already have their communities in place like Starbucks, Facebook, Slack, Udemy, Udacity, Reddit, Airbnb, and many more.
What's in it for you?
Find out How to Create & Manage a Great Community
How to engage online communities
Why a community first approach to Business is important
Know how to build a hacker culture in your company
Who should attend?
One who's interested in a Community Building
Is managing one right now
Who wants to organically acquire more users
Wants to know the best hack for customer retention and satisfaction