MOMPRENEUR HOURS For the enterprising mommies of Gurugram
Mompreneurs Hours – an interactive power-packed talk show in Gurugram for women supported by Kotak Mahindra Bank gave some exciting inputs to enhance business sense.
Gurgaon is a home for inspiring Mompreneurs, as the term suggests Mompreneurs are moms who are enterprising enough to have become entrepreneurs with a business that they are running alongside taking care of their household chores.
Around 85 Mompreneurs participated in the information sharing event to engage with the speakers and learn the tricks of social media marketing, mind mapping and personal finances.
The speaker sessions at the event engaged the audience- Gauri Awasthi from Fab India spoke on the need to hone social media skills, Neha Vohra from Kotak Mahindra Bank connected with the women talking on the importance of financial independence and steps to begin the same. Praggatti Rao, a coach from Educonceptsindia Initiatives, gave tips to overcome internal thought barriers to move towards success.
Talking on the occasion, Latika Wadha, the founder of Mompreneur Circle said, “Through our platform, we connect women as a support group to each other and further aid to enhance their skills to help them in their business growth.’’
Present on occasion was Vineeta Jerath Grover, the co-founder & editor SUBURB, she said, “It is not an easy task to be an entrepreneur, and here sustenance of your business is the key to success. Most people let go of their entrepreneurship journey at an early stage succumbing to external pressures of all kinds.’’
On occasion, a new initiative “Lady Boss Business Shower” was announced. It’s a new programme, specially curated for Gurgaon based Mompreneurs. Under this, nine ladies from the group will get support in all possible areas to grow their business. The MC for the afternoon was Kanika Maini Tiwari, the founder of Amairaa Forever Beautiful.
The latter part of the event was kept aside for networking. Women were seen talking about business and growth in collaboration and more. All in all, it was a vibrant celebration of the power of entrepreneurship and motherhood.
This Event Coverage was first published in the print version of SUBURB May 2019 issue.