Knowledge Dialogue session was organized at KSOM by Synergy, the HR club. A panel discussion was organized on the topic “What Women Entrepreneurs bring to the table in the 21st Century” on 4th Feb, 5 pm onwards

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Knowledge Dialogue session was organized at KSOM by Synergy, the HR club. A panel discussion was organized on the topic “What Women Entrepreneurs bring to the table in the 21st Century” on 4th Feb, 5 pm onwards

What was unique is the panellists for this event were our BBA-II students Riddhi Bhattacharya, Bicky Rauniyar and Simon Macharia. The panel discussion was moderated by Mayank from MBA-I.

After the introduction and welcome, the panel discussion was carried forward by moderator Mayank. He began with the brief introduction about woman entrepreneurs. Riddhi took the discussion forward and explained being a woman how she would see herself as a future women entrepreneur. She started with a famous quote “There is no chance for the welfare of the world unless the condition of women is improved”—Swami Vivekananda. Mayank added a point that we could even see the change in the society like many women entrepreneurs are coming up with such innovative ideal business such as Vandana Luthra – the founder of VLCC; Falguni Nayar CEO of Nykaa company etc. Then Simon added his insights to the question asked by Mayank about how the employed women makes efforts in the growth of Indian economy. Simon too enlighten his saying by adding about Wangarĩ Muta Maathai  was a Kenyan social, environmental and political activist and the first African woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize. Bicky expressed his views by adding, “The world needs leaders with compassion .And that means the world needs more female leaders . Biologically,  females have more sensitivity about other’s wellbeing” Dalai Lama and gave the facts and figures about the present scenario of women entrepreneur.  The panel discussion was concluded by Mayank summarising all of the panellists’ points, stating that in order to truly advance women’s potential, women must take a stand and begin focusing on their dreams which should be respected and supported by all. The event was truly insightful and involving, and all of the panellists’ efforts were worthy of praise.

MBA students, Shatabdi Ghosh and Tapaswanee Sahoo anchored the webinar.