Lending a helping hand
Women Business Cult aims to create a platform for exchanging ideas, business advice, entrepreneurship awareness, development, marketing support,...
Women Business Cult aims to create a platform for exchanging ideas, business advice, entrepreneurship awareness, development, marketing support, mentorship opportunities and other aspects to grow the businesses.
It is founded by image and fashion consultant Anika Khara and Deepika Maheshwari, the founder of Riddhi Siddhi Art Creations.
They both share a similar passion, and that's how they launched this initiative to help women become entrepreneurs and fulfill their dreams.
Sharing about the idea and vision behind the whole concept, the founders, said, "The focus is to encourage every woman who wishes to do something on their own but lacks proper channel and guidance to run a business and make a profit out of it.
Whomever we see has the potential or wants to have started their own business we will make them part of the organisation and conduct a meeting to discuss ideas.
We will help them connect with ideal people in the market for their business. We never know one day they make it big and inspire us with their story."
While interacting with women entrepreneurs at the event, Deputy commissioner (ST), Commercial Tax Department Sree Leela says, "I wish all of you whom to grow your business to a large scale and provide employment to others.
There are a lot of women in the field of business, and they prove that it is not limited to men anymore. But we can still do better.
I still see several men in business, but women are mostly doing jobs. The change should start from home and, family members should encourage them to pursue entrepreneurship."
The event had seen women entrepreneurs and aspirants from different sectors interacting with each other and sharing their ideas.