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Why Work @ WILDCRAFT
Wildcraft is India's first outdoor brand. The brainchild of an intrepid explorer, Wildcraft is a brand born for the open air. Whether it's a hill or a mountain, the forest or the countryside, the great outdoors can invigorate you like no other and Wildcraft equips you with the means to experience it. A head–to–toe outfitter, the company’s product portfolio includes jackets, shoes, rucksacks, sleeping bags, tents and travel accessories for trekking, camping and other outdoor pursuits. Wildcraft products are designed to work with, not against, the elements and are available in over 120 exclusive stores and 2,500 multi-branded stores across Indian cities. The company's inspiring growth story has seen it develop from a hobbyist 'garage' brand 25 years ago to an INR 200+ crore company committed to enabling and enhancing India’s pursuit of the great outdoors.
With a team of passionate individuals at the helm, the company is now making rapid strides towards what it was always meant to do – enable people to discover the outdoors.
If you share the same passion as us and are driven by the need to create excellent gear then join us at base camp by clicking through the available positions and apply for the role you want.
Designation | Designer - Gear | Openings
Looking for entrepreneurial designers who can join our gear design studio at Wildcraft.
Experience in designing backpacks is mandatory. Experience required – 2 to 5 years. Freshers can inbox their portfolios if they've worked on the backpacks during a college project.
If you have got the passion and enthusiasm of becoming a part of the journey of India’s first outdoor outfitter, please inbox your portfolio and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Graphics/Art work Designer | Openings | Location - Wildcraft Bengaluru
The Print & Digital Artworker will be responsible for the creating
- Theme based all over prints artwork for different design collections (Gear and Apparel)
- Theme based graphics for placement/panel prints (Gear, Footwear and Apparel)
- Design cataloguing
The artworker must be able to: