Women entrepreneurs' initiative takes a step towards women empowerment

| Updated: Aug 23, 2017 11:20 IST

New Delhi [India], Mar. 22 (ANI): Circle Creation Entertainment had launched the campaign to celebrate International Women's Day. Through this campaign women will get a chance to be the part of business consultation which is available for a year to the first 100 female entrepreneurs at a surprising fee of just Re.1. This is an initiative taken up by Akash Shukla, Business head circle creation Entertainment, to contribute towards the goal of empowerment of women. Women from all walks of business sectors such as startup, family business including the ones facing crisis will get an opportunity to build and promote their business. Shukla, who is also having his own venture, Outgrowth Digital, which grew to be a successful establishment, will be helping women for their entrepreneurial dreams. He himself is a well versed with the dos and don'ts of the business arena and helped many business entities. He will be offering guidance on the crucial aspects of business such as risk management, human resources, crisis management, financial strategies and so on. These form to be the essential pillars of support while running a business and he plans to emphasize on these points. Keeping up with the times, knowledge of digital know-how is a must. An idea can be very useful but it needs to reach the right audience and should be available at the appropriate platforms. Supporting the Digital India initiative, the consultation is planned in a way to educate and familiarize concepts of digital marketing and content development. Enthusiastic to have finally kick started the project, Shukla said, "It makes me immensely happy to see women trying to achieve their entrepreneurial dreams and I would be glad to help them in their journey. But I have noticed many people start off without an apt blueprint or backups which lead to difficulties later on. I am very happy to help those women who want to achieve their dream goal and want to make their own unique identity." (ANI)