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Introducing WeAreTheCity India V2.0

WATC-India - Screen shot of new website for women in India

WATC-India - Screen shot of new website for women in India

We would like to welcome you all to your new WeAreTheCity India website. 

Following discussions with our committee and members we decided to refresh WeAreTheCity with a new look and new functionality. 

WeAreTheCity India v2.0

We have made the new site more accessible and easy to navigate. Still containing the great content from our resident bloggers, committee members and others, we hope you enjoy the new look and feel. If you would like to see more on the site, please get in contact with us and tell us what you think is missing for you.

If you are browsing via a mobile or tablet device, we have made the user experience for navigation and viewing much more mobile friendly.

We have improved our servers and enhanced our databases in order to provide a much faster platform for everyone. Further new functions will be available over the next few months.

WeAreTheCity Community – BETA

We are excited in also launching our Community platform.  Here WATC Members can login, bookmark content, find other members, bloggers and colleagues, interact and look for advice and ideas on our notice board.  We will be adding more functionality as we develop and test over the next few weeks but we wanted to share this with everyone as soon as possible.

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