I am sure after watching my video you guys know now that how much I enjoy blogger meets. I try to be part of every meet but due to busy schedule I have to skip at times. But yes there are some meets like the meet by Indiblogger that I always make sure to attend. Best thing about Indiblogger is that they are unbiased and don’t have a preference of one blogger over another. Their recent blogger meet at Lalit, New Delhi with Horlicks India was one of the best meets ever.
Horlicks, by GSK Healthcare is one of the healthcare brands that everyone can associate with. Meet started with registrations and then followed by lunch. It was a lavish buffet and without any kiosk everybody relished their meals. Indiblogger team welcomes everybody with so much warmth that makes you feel special. After lunch we went to hall and then Anoop joined in. We played the famous number game of Indiblogger and no matter how many times you play it is one game I always look forward to.
The meet was organized to launch new product Horlicks Growth+ The product is targeted for 3-9 year old kids who are shorter or leaner for their age. Panel discussion was something I was definitely looking forward to. Moderator of discussion was Natasha Badhawar who is a renowned media professional and on the panel were Dr. Rajiv Chhabra, HOD of Paediatrics at Artemis Hospital, Ms Satinder Kaur Walia a child Psychologist and Dr. Jyoti Arora who is head dietician at Batra Hospital.
It was a great panel discussion when panellists share their stories, their views about child nutrition, whether we can look beyond traditional ways or not. There were lot of parents in audience and they asked plenty of questions. I am not a parent yet but it was great to learn from the discussion so that when I will be parent or I can also advice some other parents. That was my takeaway from the meet.
We also got to taste Horlicks Growth and it tastes awesome. Mr. Amaan Khan marketing head of Horlicks for Indian Subcontinent said that don’t make Horlicks as your favourite after noon drink as it is designed specifically to meet growth requirements of kids. They were honest to admit that you can consult your child doctor first if they wish to give to their kids. With Mr. Khan and Dr. Kaushik (head of medical affairs, GSK Healthcare) was a great interactive sessions. Bloggers ask lot of questions and both of them politely replied to every single question.
After a short tea break we came back to our next surprise. There was an activity planned for us. We made a team of ten members each and with the help of props we were supposed to create a video of 30 seconds that would talk about the product and brand. It was a fun filled kiosk where every team was running to find a better place to shoot. Due to the activity I made ten friends that day. It was amazing and I wish Indiblogger organize more and more meets for us.
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