Article on March 08, 2020

If you are passionate about your vision, the path certainly clears out:Nanni Singh

As an events professional, an industry strongly dominated by men, I initially felt it would be an uphill task to penetrate and make a space for ourselves writes Nanni Singh, Founder & Chief Executive, ShowCase Events.

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Thriving in an unchartered territory--Women in Logistics: Swati Rustagi, Amazon India

The real challenge is to work backwards from the barriers that prevent women from being a part of the workforce writes Swati Rustagi is Director of Human Resources, Amazon India Operations.

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How the color ‘Pink’ became a movement: Reema Sanghavi

The color pink known for its stereotypical “feminine” connotations, was no match to my tomboy attributes, writes Reema Sanghavi, Co-Founder Pinkathon & MD, Maximus Mice and Media Solutions Pvt. Ltd.

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Beating the ‘Super Woman Syndrome’: Tuhina Pandey

Don’t buy into stereotypes, individuals are not a representative of their gender but of their values and experience, writes Tuhina Pandey, Head, Global Corporate Communications & Public Affairs, Tech Mahindra

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As women we are all born leaders: Ramita Chaudhuri

Women are equal partners and we just need to believe and act accordingly, writes Ramita Chaudhuri, Chief Marketer, Mahou India.

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When passion and compassion come to the boardroom: Aarushi Agarwal

This Womens day , let us go beyond feel-good diversity and enable you to break the proverbial glass ceiling by exploring learnings and values to assist your sprint from being a fresher to a part of the C suite, writes Aarushi Agarwal.

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