The Indigo Tent is the brain child of enterprising children aged 8 yrs to 13 yrs. Smaran RK(me), the self appointed CEO, I am the oldest with all of 13 yrs experience spanning my whole life. My vision is to make a space available for children to express their talent in different mediums made The Indigo Tent possible. Dhyan RK, 9 yrs old, has been the diligent younger brother and a wise MD. He has contributed his ideas to ensure that this project takes off and has a practical approach. Yash V. Kowdley, the 8 yr old VP of Operations, claims to be excited about this venture as he believes in the vision of the company and the brotherhood. We have started this company with great plans and have roped in our parents to be our minions. We also claim that our roles in the company mean nothing to us presently and frankly, we don’t mind being called by any title. We are a team of passionate entrepreneurs and parents, who want our children to learn about entrepreneurship in a practical and fun way and give back to their communities.
An event that is aimed at providing a safe and comfortable space for children to exhibit their talent on a large stage without the fear of competition and judgment. Children can also look forward to workshops from industry giants. Parents and children can walk in for a fun carnival with multiple fun activities and an eclectic flea. The evening heralds entertainment meant for the children including a fun play, an interactive dance performance and a DJ who is a child prodigy getting the children to groove on the dance floor. 3 Activities planned for the event (fun/entertainment for kids): · Talent Exhibition in the categories of
o Art and Craft (Gallery space provided)
o Photography (Gallery space provided)
o Music (On – Stage performance)
o Dance (On – Stage performance)
o Entrepreneurship (Stall space provided to children)
· Workshops on topics ranging from Dance forms, theatre to healthy baking and ‘RJ’ing
· Fun Zone for children to have fun with games, bouncy casltes, Water Zorbing, etc.
· Eclectic flea for some retail therapy including curated products for parents and children.