Brought up in a business family, Akshay Potdar moved to Canada where he accepted many challenging roles. After gaining a detailed understanding of how businesses work and how exactly is marketing assisting the business growth, he returned to India in the year 2014; a time when digital marketing was witnessing a huge shift. Akshay looked
Rising above all!
Getting a good start is important to success. While sustainability and consistency were the initial hassles that team Big Bolt encountered, standing out in the crowd was vital. "It took a lot of time and effort to become what we are now. Big Bolt is the fruit of commitment and unremitting efforts consistently. Our actions were never in vain," says Akshay. Over the years, with unswerving deliverables and quality of work, the company has made a mark in the competitive industry. It serves all categories of businesses from small scale startups to large scale corporates. As the clients look for evident results, it follows certain innovative methodologies along with research to furnish the best to them. While serving the clients' requirements, the team also takes responsibility to assist the clients with marketing techniques that suit their brand.
Throwing light on the uniqueness of Big Bolt Creatives, Akshay mentions, "We recommend the best-suited services that would drive the client's business towards excellence. We also help them build a strong network with appropriate people who can assist them. Apart from this, we have a provision for consulting solutions too."
Big Bolt Creatives helps brands reach its full potential in engaging a broader spectrum of audience
The company has grown from serving 3 clients in the first year to around 16 clients in the second year of its operation. It has not only joined hands with brands in India but has also observed an International expansion in the course of the journey. The company is looking forward to setting up a subsidiary branch in Toronto city of Canada. "We are planning to cater to more corporate clients. We are confident enough to approach them and get bigger projects on board," he concludes.