All play, some hard work!

Kydzadda is a chain of indoor play centres in Bengaluru. With the first outlet commencing in the year 2014, Kydzadda now provides entertainment for children along with hosting birthday parties, organising theme-based activities and workshops for children and conducting school field trips. They now have two outlets spread across 10,000 sq ft. The centre in Banashankari, in south Bengaluru,  has a jungle theme while the centre on Bannerghatta Road (Arekere), also in south Bengaluru, has an ocean/ marine theme. “The integrated play is designed to encourage children to jump, hop, skip, climb, run and challenge their physical competence adding to the adrenalin rush making free play more inviting and entertaining than gadgets,” says Deepti Mahesh, the founder.

The equipment includes play gym with slides, trampolines, ball pits, swirly slide, tube tunnel, spider tower climber, and a separate toddler play area. There is a reading nook. Krivi Spaces is a recently launched vertical of Kydzadda, where parents can work while their children play! “This is a quasi co-working space,” says Deepti.

Deepti who worked as a Business Analyst in Melbourne – Australia before moving to Bangalore, was selected for the Goldman Sachs 10K Women Entrepreneur programme by NSRCEL, the innovation and entrepreneurship centre at IIM Bangalore and completed the programme in 2019.

I had no formal training in management. The Goldman Sachs 10K Women Entrepreneurship Programme helped in building my business acumen and in understanding marketing strategies, accounts, leadership, strategic thinking, finance, and change management,” says Deepti. The key outcome of this programme was the introduction of Krivi Spaces, the space for parents at Kydzadda.

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