It is the wee hours of the morning and I feel sleep deprived. This feeling is shared by all my fellow candidates, those coordinating the placements and many recruiters as well, some of whom have travelled from far places to be at the campus in time. Everyone knows that this is how the summer placement
Priyank Bavishi, an alumnus of IIM Kozhikode and a Branch Manager at Kraft Heinz, joined the organisation as a management trainee. He now handles the sales function for the Western region of India, which includes 5 states! Priyank’s journey at Kraft Heinz has been eventful, to say the least, and he has performed exceedingly well
Shruti Soumya, an alumna of MDI Gurgaon, joined Kraft Heinz as a Management Trainee and has had the opportunity of working in 3 different cities, adapting and learning along the way. She rose up to become an Area Sales Manager, and is now a Brand Manager at Kraft Heinz! The very first project as a
Vivek Narayan, an alumnus of XLRI Jamshedpur and a Senior HR Manager, began his journey with Kraft Heinz as a Sales HR. The core values of Kraft Heinz, the vibrant work culture and the challenges at work made him love his job and keep growing. Here, Vivek talks about why Kraft Heinz chose him, the
Sales & Marketing MBA holder from IIM Lucknow, Jaydeep Singh joined as a Management Trainee at Kraft Heinz in 2017. The thriving work-culture and the challenges of the job helped him rise up in the company pretty early. Currently, the International Sales and Market Development, Deputy Manager, Jaydeep shares his journey to this point at
Ever wondered how management students would manage to make their own breakfast! Well, Kraft Heinz recently held a Question of Taste Challenge for NMIMS Mumbai students, to find out who has the zeal to push boundaries. Watch out, as the four teams battle it out for the Question of Taste food challenge crown! Comment below
Have you ever thought as an MBA aspirant, how life would be at a B School, what to expect out of the 2 years and whether you would be an able fit? After joining your MBA programme, having completed a year, do you feel you do not belong there because you are an average student?