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Campus networking site Minglebox.com celebrates Woman’s Day with special content

08-March-2008
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Campus networking site Minglebox.com celebrates Woman’s Day with special content

Minglebox.com, a campus networking site for Indian college communities, is celebrating Woman’s Day by sporting a new logo, special content and exciting contests for its women users.

Female users can express the spirit of being a woman a specially created microsite. The unique logo designed for the day gives the site a nice dash to Women’s Day celebrations. Members get to compliment other women friends by using special tags created for this day like ‘Super Girl’, ‘Basanti’ or ‘Heroine No 1’.

Women members also stand a chance to win special gifts through the day by posting blogs about their experience on being a woman, why they are smarter than men and any other topic that strikes a chord with them.

With a dream to bring together colleges from across the country and capture the essence of campus life, Minglebox.com was launched in April 2007 by three young entrepreneurs and IIT Alumni – Kavita, Sushma and Sanjay. The site gives an opportunity to reach out to thousands of colleges across India with more than a million students registered on the site. Every college has a space to bring alive the identity and spirit of their community. This college intranet has a host of features used by students to stay in touch, share resources, exchange daily gossip, blog, talk about movies and music, among others.

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