Gvriksh Kickstarts Womennovator Global Summit 2021 to Encourage Women Entrepreneurs

A NPO (Non-Profit Organisation) Gvriksh commenced Womennovator Global Summit 2021 virtually on Monday. The NPO also kick-started 1000 Women Asia Award.

The aim of the summit, which is held annually, to acknowledge, recognize and encourage novice and upcoming women entrepreneurs, leaders, businesswomen and influencers.

The long-week summit is harmonized with an encouragement from AGNI, Small and Medium Enterprises, Development Commissioner under the Ministry of Micro, Consulate General of India, Government of India’s Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Invest India and Department of Science and Technology.

The object of the platform is to provide opportunities for women aspirants to connect with top industrial leaders and influencers for guidance to start a business and training in digital marketing. Within 10 week of virtual programme, the summit already incubated 130 women entrepreneurs.

The platform harmonized industrialists, senior government officials, entrepreneurs and celebrities such as actor-director Nandita Das, banker Naina Lal Kidwai, industrialist and scientist Swati Piramal and others.

The summit claims to recognize around 1,000 awardees includes businessmen and businesswomen who have high support from across the continents like Australia, Uganda, Bangladesh, US and Middle East. The platform also controls 90 sectors such social work, clean energy, sustainable fashion, healthcare, literature, hospitality, technology, environment and education.

“The objective of establishing Womennovator is not just to empower the empowered but to go to Tier II and III cities, districts and villages to create opportunities for women by connecting them to our leaders and mentors at Womennovator”, said Tripti Shinghal Somani, the founder of Womennovator.

Womennovator aims on growth of business and trading opportunities across the world to encourage and train women. The platform also aims to have 1,000 businesswomen and raise equity and debt funding around INR 50 crore.