The Den Hotel Hosts an Exclusive Night of Literary Celebration in Collaboration with Penguin Random House in Bengaluru

Book Discussion

Bengaluru, 11 January – The Den Hotel, Bengaluru, hosted an exclusive book discussion event in collaboration with Penguin Random house, providing the revealing of two compelling works by acclaimed authors Sandeep Das and Divya Khanna. The General Manager of The Den, Mr. Vinesh Gupta graced the occasion by welcoming guests and opening a night of literary celebration and corporate revelations.

The event titled “Wicked Tales from the Corporates” invited readers on a spell-binding journey via the undisclosed tales of the corporate world. Business raconteur Sandeep Das and writer Divya Khanna unveiled their masterpieces, “How Business Storytelling Works” and “The Company We Keep,” respectively, published by way of the distinguished Penguin Random House. Penguin Random House is a name that is synonymous with pleasant and diversity in publishing, and proudly affords those works to readers in search of unraveling the mysteries of the company internationally.

In reflecting on the event, Mr. Vinesh Gupta, General Manager of The Den, expressed, “Hosting this exclusive book discussion at The Den was indeed an honor. As we immersed ourselves in the enlightening writings of Sandeep Das and Divya Khanna, the evening evolved into a celebration of both literary discovery and valuable corporate perspectives. ‘How Business Storytelling Works’ and ‘The Company We Keep’ pledged to unveil the intricacies of the business realm, and we take pride in presenting these exceptional works published by Penguin Random House.”

“Being involved in ‘Wicked Tales from the Corporates’ at The Den in Bangalore was truly delightful. Under the guidance of Mr. Vinesh Gupta and Poonam Natasha, the management crafted an event seamlessly merging millennial flair with outstanding hospitality. The cutting-edge event space, featuring chic lounge chairs, created a dynamic ambiance for lively discussions. Personally, the inclusion of old-school arcade gaming and PlayStation added an irresistible charm to the entire affair.” says Disha Naik, from Penguin Random House.

The occasion witnessed a confluence of literary enthusiasts, corporate experts, and esteemed guests, all keen to celebrate great writers and their work. Attendees had the opportunity to engage with the authors, benefit from insights, and accumulate signed copies of the books.