Behind The Scenes
It's been more than 1.6 years that I’m working with Papercup. My role of a Salesperson in Papercup’s retail counter has been an enormous learning experience. The sheer joy of witnessing customers loving and owning our quirky home decor accessories and stationery is incomparable. It’s especially delightful to watch old customers coming back for more again and again.
After working at this organisation for 5 years, it’s become almost like family. I’ve made friends for life at this place. The growth of Papercup almost seems personal. Most importantly, it seems like every day brings an opportunity to learn something new. It’s quite hard to find companies with a core philosophy as strong as the one of Papercup’s.
As a graphic artist and designer, the foremost thing I have always looked for is creative freedom and trust me, there’s an abundance of that in Papercup. You’re allowed to experiment and improvise. I have a strong affinity towards sketching indigenous cartoons and this aspect has been highly appreciated at my workplace. It also feels great to celebrate birthdays and other occasions with our teammates every now and then at our back office.