Life@Crimson

Be the best of yourself ever, at Crimson Interactive

The world is at a turning point, just on the brink of thinning old structures, both global and domestic. We at Crimson are getting to be a part of the momentous globalization by being involved with our diverse clients and lovely people. As we peer into the future – we are becoming even more vibrant and dynamic in terms of organizational behavior, we are becoming the best of ourselves ever.
This is where you can be the best of yourself ever.
Find your fit

Already started your application? Write to us at careers@crimsoni.com

Awarded by HR Association India

Most Innovative L&D Program
Learning is an ongoing process here.LEAP, Crimson’s Lead, Energize, and Accelerate Program exposes employees to extensive traveling to attend international conferences, participate in networking sessions, work in a corporate setting abroad, and experience cultural diversity.

Outstanding Employee Engagement Strategy
Realize your passions and uncover the purpose. Experience life, relationship, and diversity at Crimson. T-Square (Talent & Tenure) program encourages entrepreneurial spirit at Crimson, and rewards an all-round growth opportunity to the employees who are further titled ‘business partners’.

CEO for HR
Sharad has introduced many bold yet game-changing innovations at the workplace that aim at increasing people’s freedom to express and work in one’s own style. “Morale remains at the peak,” explains Sharad Mittal, CEO of Crimson Interactive.

Check out awards


Inside Crimson

It is our ambition that everyone at Crimson should achieve a balance in their personal and professional life, for which we offer touching avenues for your growth and progress. You will find unrivaled opportunities at Crimson to realize your full potential and succeed. Hear the Voice of Crimsonites.


An average workday at Crimson

At Crimson, work begins with meaning and purpose. You are welcome to pour in your ideas and you will be helped with a clear goal that gives your job a meaning. You will stand together with us as a team and leave your own mark. Amidst all this, lots happen.

An Odyssey on 15 March, 2018 at Crimson Interactive

At 1001, Techniplex - 2, Mumbai IN, early risers commute on a shuttle ride catching up on emails and reading the news. As the day begins, the Enago editorial team grabs bacon and eggs, cookies and milk at the cafeteria to discuss the progress on manuscript development in their daily editorial meetings. They are a bunch of science lovers who go on to talk about the science in swirling the honey on the bottom of the tea while leaving the cafeteria. But wait, the cafeteria is also filled with wontons and dumplings, spinach side dishes, stuffed buns and pancakes.

Just as the day is sweeping, our colleague from HR carries a bouquet of welcome greeting cards, notepads, ID cards, and pens and some goodies to the learning room to get new joiners up-to-speed. She is conducting her 50th induction program at Crimson today.

Meanwhile, just around the corner in the multimedia compartment, a webinar on open access is being shot by the Enago Academy team. Awani Vaid* directs those! She leads most special projects in product innovation. One is Open Access Journal Finder.

It is afternoon – Potluck is being appreciated at 1010, same building – the marketing team has just completed their daily To-Do scroll meeting and decided to ideate an upcoming campaign over lunch. Things on the 10th floor are different – these people are supabusy; their desktops are stuffed; they are mid-meeting multitaskers and data jugglers – they are marketers here.

The day dawns as ideas swirl around in the head of a Ulatus Champion who relaxes on the soothing recliner chair in the Read Room. The Read Room is a library sort of a thing where you can read, think and live as long as you want.

Let’s pack up! Tonight I am joining my marketing team on our monthly dinner.

*Names changed for privacy purposes.


We are an Equal Employment Opportunity Company

At Crimson, we are proud to function in a work environment that thrives on cultural diversity and mutual trust and where our focus lies on our people, who are our most valuable asset.

Crimson provides equal employment opportunities to all Crimsonites and applicants for employment without regard to sex, race, color, religion, marital status, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, veteran status, pregnancy or any other factor that may be protected by law. This policy extends to all Crimsonites and includes all aspects of the employment relationship.

In keeping with our core values, Crimson fosters a diverse work environment characterized by respect and dignity for people and prohibits unlawful discrimination or harassment.

Here, you are pampered and challenged equally. Crimson has a vibe you have never seen at a workplace.

We are Crimson. Become a part of the shade! Find the Best Opportunity

Crimson in numbers

Happy
Clients

2,000000 Happy clients = there are more than 2 million species of animals on earth
Presence in
Countries

125 is the only number known that contains all its proper divisors as proper substrings.
Our
Head Count

Our head count is 200 = The smallest base 10 unprimeable number

We have worked with these companies

  • Client: Panasonic
  • Client: Canon
  • Client: Daiichi-Sankyo
  • Client: Fujitsu
  • Client: Guinness World Records
  • Client: Hitachi
  • Client: MIT
  • Client: Sony
  • Client: Toyota
  • Client: The University of Tokyo
  • Client: The University of Sydney
  • Client: Wiley
  • Client: Elsevier
  • Client: Capgemini
Testimonial: Great service for non-native English writing authors! - Stylianos Kampakis, United Kingdom

Great service for non-native English writing authors! Enago’s English editing service helps me to formulate my ideas in more clear and straight forward way and to eliminate common grammatical errors. Moreover, the results are delivered in time and for very reasonable price. I am satisfied with the overall experience!

Stylianos Kampakis, United Kingdom

University College London, PhD. Computer Science

Read More
Back to top