BuddyBits Revamp – Kal, Aaj, aur Kal!

Everything you need to know about BuddyBits Revamp.2 min

The journey of BuddyBits has been nothing short of a roller coaster ride. We have had our highs and believe us, we have had our lows. And we are ready for all the highs and lows that lie ahead.

Today, the point of writing this post is to inform you about the rebranding exercise of BuddyBits that begins tomorrow. While we call it rebranding, it is essentially a homecoming for us. We started this venture with one single principle of bringing to you the “stories worth telling” and with the rebranding exercise; we want to make that our only priority.

For you, our audience, it simply means three things – Fresh Content. Fresh Content. Fresh Content.

With rebranding, we are not only changing the look and feel of our content but also promising a more accessible platform for creators and artists. We are opening our doors to all those who have “Stories worth telling” and making a promise to deliver fresh stories to you at every step of this journey.

Presenting all-new BuddyBits

If you haven’t noticed, we have not been very active in the last couple of weeks. But that is only because our team has been working on a few very exciting projects for you. While our first web-series Starting Troubles that released on 15th of January is already gaining rampant popularity, we have so much MORE in store for you.

The first in line is the BuddyBits Original Web series – The Lineup that releases in February end. The Lineup explores the unexplored world of spoken word poetry and all that goes on in the personal as well as professional lives of the poets.

But that’s not it. We have a lot of things lined up even before and after the release of our much awaited web-series, The Lineup! (See, what we did there?) In short, we have big and beautiful plans for you with new format, fresh content, latest stories, precious videos, curated stuff, and so much more.

We will soon be announcing the specifics. Until then, stay tuned and keep smiling!

Kaushal Piruka
I write, because I can't dance.