Life at CueBlocks – A Foreigner’s Story

I began working for Cue Blocks as part of an internship in October, as a copywriter. I went though the student organization AIESEC, who offer resources to help students find internship opportunities around the world, and after several months of searching, I found the role with Cue Blocks, in India. <!–more–>

Since October, I have learned about Internet marketing, web design, and most importantly; good copywriting! Cue Blocks is a great company, and not just by Indian standards. The level of commitment and professionalism is excellent, and there is a true team bond, something that is harder to find with a big company.

The office is clean, tidy, and even has a dart board, PlayStation, DVD player, Nintendo Wii, and even an exercise ball for relaxing. There is a friendly atmosphere, and everyday for lunch the whole company eats a vegetarian meal together, specially made by the Cue Blocks chef!

The management team, Pancham, Sarthak and Avneet are friendly, understanding, and are happy to take care of any issues, driving the company forward with vision and passion. Together they have created a memorable working environment, which I am sad to leave.

In the short space I have been with Cue Blocks, I have learnt a great deal from the company, and will not forget my Cue Blocks family! If you are considering an internship, career change or break, or simply want to travel while working, then Cue Blocks could be a perfect idea!

If you are a student, then AIESEC (www.aiesec.org) is something you should know about, and Cue Blocks are always looking for new and talented people to join the team, so if you aren’t a student but interested, then check out www.cueblocks.com

Not only did I get to live and travel in India, but I got to work for a growing company, taking on real responsibility.

I’d like to thank the Cue Blocks team for making my time here so good, and wish the company good luck for the future!

Jonny, from England

About Nosheen

I am a writer, reader, and a part time adventure and travel enthusiast. The other three things that vie for my mind share are dark chocolate, coffee, and photography. I am highly motivated by user perspectives and addressing the common human experience when I write.
This entry was posted in All Posts, Culture and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink.

Comments are closed.