Make Brands Inclusive & Diverse
150+ Brands have started their Atypical Journey
As India's largest integrated platform for the generation of livelihood with dignity for Persons with Disabilities, brands across the country and the world love working with us.
Achieve your diversity goals and enhance your inclusivity with ease. We've got you covered on all fronts.
Diverse applicant pool
End to end solutions
Support livelihood with dignity
Encourage PwDs to pursue their passions
Brands That Trust Us
Check out what we've been upto
Making a Wave On Shark Tank India
The Fiery Pitch
Atypical Advantage founder, Vineet Saraiwala made powerful a pitch on Shark Tank India, asking Rs 30 lakhs for 1% equity. But in the same breath, he said, “My vision is to make our company obsolete." Here's why
Making an Impact
Preparing for a speech that talks about bringing a grassroots change more than why it needs financial support is never easy. Additionally, the judges had heard every kind of pitch, from serious, and funny to sassy. So how did he make his speech unique? Read to know more
Designing Inclusive Brands
Amazon Alexa hired Tarini, a 16 year old model with learning disability for their ad film "Alexa for everyone".
Varun Naren, an artist with Fragile X syndrome has employees of MNCS draw caricatures using alphabets & numbers.
Artists with disabilities made wall art at goSTOPS hostels to give a traveller a long-lasting impression of the city and its multicultural environment
Design Cafe commissioned artworks from 8 Artists on the autism spectrum, asking them to paint what "Home" meant to them.
To mark #AzadiKaAmritMahotsav, 30 artists with disabilities painted their version of ‘freedom’ at Pepperfry Studios across 12 cities
A New Language
The Man Company hired Somiya, a sign language interpreter, to feature in an inclusive version of their ad film "Gentleman tum hi toh ho yaar".
Did you know?
Inclusive hiring companies achieve 28% higher revenue, double the net income and 30% higher profit margins.
With 1 billion PwDs in the world, you can access an untapped talent pool by putting emphasis on skills rather than stereotypes.
What Brands Have To Say
"Ritvik's singing skills are amazing. His voice was so soothing to everyone's ears. He is truly a highly versatile singer with a fabulous voice."
"The doodling workshop was super fun and it wouldn’t have been possible without Varun and Veena encouraging us and sharing the tips."
- Marsh McLennan
"All the employees were completely awestruck and inspired. Shagun and Resham were both extremely warm and full of life."
- Max Life Insurance
"Possibilities are endless"
Brands Harness Atypical Advantage
Firsts of Many
Vinita was the first person on the autistic spectrum to get a job at Amazon, among the 40+ PwDs, thus promoting diversity hiring
History in the Making
BYJU’s founders, Divya Gokulnath & Byju Raveendran, chose our artist, Karan Arora, as a gift to Microsoft’s Global CEO Satya Nadella.
The objective is to upskill persons with disabilities & help them get jobs in multinational companies with salaries ranging between 1.5 and 4 LPA.
Toy Seller to IT Analyst
Before landing a job at TCS, Santosh, a visually impaired man, was selling toys at railway stations and over footbridges.
Tata Steel purchased 50+ jute folders and calendars to gift their employees across different offices in the country
MasterChef India judge & popular chef, Vikas Khanna heard Raj Jain, one of our finest singers and gave him a shoutout on social media.
Thank you and it was an absolute delight working with your team on this event. The team was cooperative & flexible in accommodating all our requests in a timely manner. We look forward to working with you in the future again.