Indian women are breaking traditional myths by steadily continuing on their career paths. A rise in the number of women professionals means that we are progressing as a community and this also directly affects the GDP of India. We at Workafella, are glad that the age of equal opportunity is here and now.
Workafella supports aspiring women entrepreneurs. We have actively been patrons for organizations that primarily focus on the same cause. We support Anita B.org as they have been a pillar of strength for women in the IT industry.
Workafella has also supported SheLeadsTech from Facebook, in association with YourStory, wherein one of their recent events was held at Workafella, Shollinganallur, Chennai. The participants had the opportunity to network with other women entrepreneurs. This kind of support hub for business women has the potential to positively transform the business landscape for women entrepreneurs.
On the 8th of December, we will host the ReskillHer Roadshow by JobsForHer at Workafella. This event focuses on reskilling women who wish to get their careers back on track. We are happy to be working closely with organizations like JobsForHer, that empower the women workforce of the country.
At Workafella, our robust infrastructure and support systems enable independent women entrepreneurs to work in a space that is fully functional, budget-friendly and safe. We provide women entrepreneurs with financial guidance and recruitments services. All of these services come at affordable costs as we understand that this is crucial to the continuity of an individual’s successful business operations.
I’d like to conclude by saying that I firmly believe in the words of our late president, Abdul Kalam who once said “Empowering women is a prerequisite for creating a good nation. When women are empowered, a society with stability is assured. Empowerment of women is essential as their thoughts and their value systems lead to the development of a good family, good society and ultimately a good nation.”