Jamshedpur : The National Women Leadership Summit organised by the Entrepreneurship Cell and sponsored by Google India is the first such initiative by XLRI which not only looks forward to just entrepreneurs but woman entrepreneurs who brought a change in their own lives and the lives of others in society.
Along with Malavika, there were other woman entrepreneur like Reethika Sunder, co-author of “Entrepreneur 5 pm to 9 pm: Launching a Profitable Start-up without Quitting your Job”; Jaya Jha, co-founder and director at Pothi.com; Elizabeth Nanda, cheif HR and Training at fabindia; Seema Nair, director, Cisco Systems; Aparna Banerjee, founder of Project Sukanya; Subhashini Chandran, director of Woodbriar Group.
This is in accordance with E-Cell’s relentless efforts to promote entrepreneurship in the young and bright minds of the country. This summit saw some of the most enterprising minds together in XLRI with the aim of fostering a spirit of entrepreneurship.
Many distinguished women leaders, both from the corporate as well as social domains were a part of the summit. They discussed a myriad of topics of relevance in the current global business scenario.
Through this summit, Entrepreneurship Cell of XLRI aims to inspire the youth towards entrepreneurship with special focus on young women who are at decisive age in their careers and hence are capable of shaping the future of our country.
By giving them insights drawn from the personal experiences of speakers, E-Cell aims at raising awareness and encourage women of the country to pursue their business ideas and convert these ideas into fully functional businesses.
The event was a beginning of XLRI’s relationship with Google India and had the privilege of hosting several business tycoons. A few of them are; At this juncture, a lot of importance was placed on women taking positions at the forefront of businesses and leading companies as well as other organizations.
The conference was organized to create such a platform wherein inspirational careers of successful women till date were shared on a common platform to an audience of bright young professionals who will take their first steps into the corporate world in a very short span of time.
Speakers from all walks of life were invited to give perspectives which are both unique and awe-inspiring.
The second session on the same day focused on creating a networking platform for women entrepreneurs to meet, interact and associate themselves with like-minded professionals who would take them a long way in their careers as entrepreneurs, corporate leaders or business managers.