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Two-day Entrepreneur Mentorship Programme for Women concluded

The Federation of Telangana Chambers of Commerce and Industry(FTCCI) organised a two-day Entrepreneur Mentorship Programme for Women. It was held at Federation House at Red Hills.

Mrs. Manisha Saboo, President of HYSEA was the special guest at the closing function.

Speaking on the occasion Ms. Manisha Saboo said as an entrepreneur you will face a lot of hurdles. More the hurdles you face, the stronger you will become. When you face problems you need to be smarter to move ahead.

Mrs Bhagavathi Devi Baldwa, Chairperson of the Ladies Wing of FTCCI shared how her product KSM 66 Ashwagandha was able to garner 70% market share. She shared her journey and traits for her success.

55000 plus startups were floated just during the covid said Kanika Guptha who spoke about how to avail various government incentives, and financial assistance schemes meant for the MSMEs.

The two-day program had nine sessions of importance in the entrepreneurial journey. These include a session on Selling, Company Incorporation, Registrations with the Government to avail various government schemes and incentives programmes, Market Access, Digital Marketing, Business plan making, Intellectual Property Rights etc.

70 participants participated. In the end, all the participants were given certificates.

Mrs Deepanwita Chattopadhyay, Chairman & CEO, IKP Knowledge and Mrs Vanita Datla, Chairperson & MD Elico Ltd graced as guests of honour at the inaugural function on Wednesday.

Speaking at the inaugural function, Mrs Deepanwita, Chairman & CEO, IKP Knowledge said that Startups must align SDGs in their ventures:

Vanita Datla asked participants to become entrepreneurs and create jobs

Just 5% of 80,000 plus startups in India are in Manufacturing. We need more startups in the manufacturing sector said other experts who spoke at the inaugural


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