The city of temples, as it is popularly known, is making headways in promoting entrepreneurship amongst women.
“Believe in yourself, dream big, follow your dreams and the world will stand by you” is what this event has taught me from its great inspirational talks.
Harinder Sidhu, the Australian High Commissioner to India, proposed a toast to Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw and announced that it was terrific to acknowledge individuals who made an exceptional difference to the world.
The only pottery school in India, the Central Village Pottery Institute, is reviving the art of pottery by enrolling women in the various courses it offers.
Digital and social media have become the most important thing in today’s world. When it comes to businesses, social media is a big part of building and promoting a brand. Moderated by blogger and language trainer Swati Rai, Citibank presents the conversation on Digital Entrepreneurship: Why Social Is Business. The speakers included authors Devika Das, Bhargi Madhu, Mounica Alamuri and Charu Dhyani.
A big part of the stories of all these women is the fact that they’re women entrepreneurs in what is still a male-dominated industry.
Author, producer and digital entrepreneur Twinkle Khanna speaks about work, reinvention, parenting the next generation of boys and more.
Filmapia is a platform for film lovers to explore and book locations for film shoots.
In the ever-evolving, fast-paced world that functions on technology and digitization, Artist Adda is the thing that brings people together. A community of poets, musicians, thinkers, dreamers and misfits, Artist Adda brings joy and the feeling of togetherness.
“To become a successful entrepreneur – have concrete goals, identify your audience, add value and be very professional and assertive.” – Veidehi Gite
“Build a great brand, both for yourself and your business. Today, brands are more important because trust is at an all-time low. If you can create brand that people trust and recommend, you’ll always have customers.” – Priya Florence Shah
Soapworks Founder Harini Sivakumar speaks on juggling entrepreneurship and parenting a special needs child.