Organized by Women Entrepreneurs Development Council and co-organized by SME Chambers of India
MUMBAI: Women Entrepreneurs Development Council, India’s leading organization integrating Women Entrepreneurs from various fields for development and enhancement of business network and growth, chaired by Advocate Mrs. Rubina Akhtar Hasan Rizvi; yesterday organized “Women Entrepreneurs Summit, 2019” along with Mr. Chandrakant Salunkhe, Founder & President of SME Chamber of India at Hotel Sahara Star, Mumbai. The theme of the summit was ‘Strategy & Initiatives for Strengthening Women Entrepreneurs’.
was led by Advocate Mrs. Rubina Akhtar Hasan Rizvi, Chairperson – Women
Entrepreneurs Development Council, Director – Rizvi Education Society &
Rizvi Builders & Founder – Help yourself Foundation. After the welcome
address by Mrs. Rizvi, Mr. Chandrakant Salunkhe, Founder & President- SME
Chamber of India & Maharashtra Industrial and Economic Development
Association & Founder – Women Entrepreneurs Development Council introduced
the event and the theme of the summit.
Being the Chairperson of Women Entrepreneurs Development Council, Director – Rizvi Education Society, Mrs. Rubina Akhtar Hasan Rizvi hosted the summit, in the support of SME Chamber of India. Mrs. Rizvi said, “It’s great to meet such young and enthusiastic women entrepreneurs. Few had very good international network while others are doing great nationally and in rural India. We try to create opportunities for aspiring and growing women entrepreneurs where they can connect to likeminded people and share their thoughts, helping each other grow more.”
always talk about the problems faced by the women in rural areas like, the
problem of reservation, nutrition, education, poverty and many more such
problems. But, people fail to understand that there is a rural pocket in urban
India too, that resides in the slums of urban areas. The problems of the women
residing in the rural pocket of urban areas are no less severe. The Women
Entrepreneurs Development Council constantly works to uplift such women and
helps them grow. Being the Director – Rizvi Education Society, I have also
started an entrepreneurs cell in Rizvi College of Arts, Science and Commerce to
guide the students who want to do great things in life.”, Mrs. Rizvi
Key Speakers at the Women Entrepreneurs Summit, 2019 were Shri Manoj Kumar Sharma, Additional Joint Commissioner, Mumbai Police, Mrs. Rajashri Patil – Chairperson, Godavari Urban Multistate Credit Co-op. Soc. Ltd., Ms. Rachana Bhusari Kakkar – Vice President – National Stock Exchange of India Ltd., Ms. Samiksha Naik – Managing Director, Samswek Global Events & Exhibitions, Dubai, Ms. Manisha Bhati – Founder & CEO, Dream Hunt India. The Panel Discussion on Women Entrepreneurs: Passion, Purpose and Persistence was moderated by Ms. Tejaswini Pisal – Founder & Director, Zest Transformation. The panelists is the discussion were, Ms. Khushnuma Khan – Advocate & Solicitor, K K Associates, Dr. (Mrs.) Rukmani Krishnamurthy – Chairperson and CEO, Helik Advisory Ltd. Mumbai., Ms. Mansi Thakkar – Director, Mansi Thakkar Training System LLP & Founder, Real Game Changer, Ms. Rajee Bhattacharyya – Partner – Strategy and Business Alliances, Percipere, Ms. Namrata Tanna – Founder – Cooked by Moms, Ms. Manisha Thakur Talekar – Founder – Onfees.com The panel discussion was followed by Q&A session and closing remark by Ms. Saakshi Kulkarni – Executive Director – Women Entrepreneurs Council Director – SME Chamber of India. The summit was attended by more than 80 women entrepreneurs
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