Good Glamm Group partners with with Project Naveli and Workverse to uplift women
Good Glamm Group has partnered with Project Naveli and Workverse to launch the second edition of the Nimaya flagship programme. The initiative is designed to give underprivileged girls the tools to forge aspirational career plans.
“It was such a pleasure to be asked to address young women on workplace skills,” said Good Glamm Group co-founder Naiyya Saggi, Indian Retailer Bureau reported. “Across the Good Glamm Group we believe that If we are to become a nation where women play an equal part in the economy, it is critical that we help our young girls with critical workplace readiness skills, especially in STEM. As a woman in tech myself, I believe what Navya and Samyak are building is an extremely critical part of democratising skills and ensuring more bright young women get the opportunity to meet their potential. At the Good Glamm Group we too are passionate about accelerating potential across communities of women across India.”
Saggi recently hosted a group of young women at the business’ Mumbai office for an interactive session focused on entrepreneurship and critical thinking. Project Naveli founder Navya Naveli Nanda and Workverse founder Samyak Chakrabarty also took part in the session which was tailored to the engineering sector.
The event saw a number of Good Glamm Group senior management share their careers’ stories to inspire the young women. The aim of the initiative is to democratise access to the skills of the future for young women to help train the industry leaders of tomorrow.
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