Tue, 19 September 2017. 17:15


WSquare, India’s first co working space for women is organizing NoW 2017 event. The event will be held on July 15 at Savera Hotel in Chennai which will be open to all. The gathering will have a panel discussion on inspiring stories and stalls which are put up by women entrepreneurs across every division starting from organic stores to mobile app development services.

“The purpose of the event is to connect and create a network of like minded women who are looking to get back to work or pursue something on their own, our summit will help in providing them with a direction on what to expect in this journey of self realization” Cofounders, Jinal Patel and Vandhana Ramanathan said.

Apsara Reddy who is a Journalist and Television Host will be the guest of honor at the summit. She is a transgender woman who recently joined AIADMK. She is also an Editor In Chief of Provoke Magazine and an active speaker on politics, gender equality, violence against women and corruption.

There will be two panel discussions held. The first panel discussion will address the question many have: ‘What is the right age for women to get back to work?’ The panel will see all the stories of women belonging to all age groups. The panel discussion will be moderated by Nina Reddy, the MD of Savera Group of Hotels.

The second panel discussion will see stories of women who broke the barriers and how efficiently they have bridged the gap to shine in their respective careers in a society where males hold the primary power. The panel discussion will be moderated by Kadambari Satish, visionary entrepreneur and CEO, Women Entrepreneurship Development organization.

WSquare will launch its app called ‘WCONNECT,’ where a woman can book a space at WSquare to apply for full time, part time, flexible and contractual jobs plus they can avail women only offers from top brands. WConnect’s Deep Learning Algorithm ensures that it links women with the right profile to the right organization.

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