Chasing Patterns is a community driven platform that helps drives cross pollination of ideas through knowledge exchanges, meetups and conversations between stakeholders and partners in an ecosystem.
Started by a bunch of enthu cutlets who see the platform as a growing need in the market to know, learn and grow more. To summarize, experiencing more and beyond traditional barriers of learning and growing.
Connecting thought leaders
to learning community
Powering the community to collect together, lead conversations with leaders within the community
The startup landscape changed the way we move into the future. With momentum of change that is driven by the startup revolution, there is a constant need for knowing and learning more to lead better in the work and play lives.
Chasing Patterns wants to break the conventional ties of learning and growing from the idea that learning is one time affair and then onwards is just work. We want to create a world that when the student is ready, there is a way to learn available.
Come join us
There are many ways to be a part of our community. The simplest is to follow and contribute to our channels on various platform
Chasing Kalaa (instagram.com/chasing.kalaa) Art and Illustration Channel
Chasing Senses (instagram.com/chasing.senses) Design and UI Channel
Chasing Kalaa - Art Whatsapp
Chasing Senses - Design and UX Focused
Chasing Insights - Marketing Focused
Send us a mail on hello[at]chasingpatterns.com and we will send you a basic registration, and some instructions to help you get started.
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