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SHAKTI 2.0 an initiative by the Inventivepreneur Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICCI)

On the occasion of Women’s Equality Day, the Inventivepreneur Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICCI) held an initiative SHAKTI 2.0 in New Delhi.

The program SHAKTI 2.0 was witnessed by distinguished personalities of India. Program participants were a combination of business leaders, political leaders, Bollywood celebrities, mentors, corporate houses, entrepreneurs, sports persons, world record holders, NGOs, social activists, agriculturists, educationists, investors, bureaucrats, innovators, aspirants, television personalities, and media groups.

Dr. Ritika Yadav, Chairperson, ICCI addressed participants with SHAKTI 2.0 a welcome note. Few prominent participants were Jaswant S Namdhari (Vice President of Namdhari Darbar Sri Bhanni Sahib), Abhishek Gupta (Clean Venture India), Gurbhej Singh (Directorate of Prosecution Govt of NCT Delhi), Shankar Sahni (Singer), Jayshree Arora (Indian Film Actress), Kuldeep Dhaliwal (Chairman Director of Kissan Gurukul LLP AS Agri & Aqua LLP), Lalita (General Secretary, ICCI), Nandini Bhartiya (Director of Bhartiya vehicles & Engineering Ltd) and numerous well-known personalities attended the event.

SHAKTI 2.0 program partners were SIDBI, PTC Channel, Punjab Kesari, ICMEI, Aadhi Abaadi, Clean India Venture, and Kissan Gurukul. 

The event celebrated the spirit of women empowerment in India through a platform that brings together unique stories of the success and achievements of women leaders and social entrepreneurs.

Women’s Equality Day honours the accomplishments of women’s rights activists and serves as a reminder of the daily hardships that women go through.

This initiative is aimed at celebrating women’s qualities of integrity and dedication by providing knowledge transmission to the industry and government officials, SHAKTI 2.0 who can then use this information to provide support.

“Women need to be skilled. They need to choose education and be literate to never depend on anyone for their needs”, said Kiran Bedi, eminent social activist, addressing the women on Women’s equality Day. We shouldn’t simply bring up women’s equality on commemorative days like Women’s Equality Day. 

The message of women’s equality needs to be spread daily to a wider audience. Women always say, ‘We can do anything that men can do.’ and I strongly believe that. They are always unique and significantly stronger and more capable than men.

We must transcend social standards and dispel the myth that women are less valuable than males and make a better equal future. Happy Women’s Equality Day” – Rishabh Malhotra, Vice Chairman, ICCI. 30 prominent women leaders were awarded with “ICCI’s Women ICON of the Year2022.”

SHAKTI 2.0 Awarded leaders were special contributors to society with business, employment, social service, economic growth, green energy, entertainment, media, and mass mobilization. On the occasion of Women’s Equality Day, ICCI launched its 1st book, SHAKTI. This book is specially designed to showcase the journey of national women leaders. 
Last year on the occasion of Women Entrepreneur Day ICCI celebrated the first season of SHAKTI. ICCI handholds these 100 Indian Women Leaders to support them with investment, government support in the shape of grants, funding, affiliations, permissions, international pre-session, support in JV, mergers, collaborations, business exchanges, etc.
ICCI is shaping up the Trade, Commerce, and Industrial environment of the country by partnering with Industry, Government, and civil society. The Chamber is working at the grass-root level with strong global relations.
ICCI is a non-government, not-for-profit, industry-led, and industry-managed organization, with members from the private as well as public sectors, including SMEs and MNCs, and national and regional sectoral industry bodies. 
The Chamber acts as a synergist in the promotion of industry, trade, and entrepreneurship globally. ICCI is representing India’s business and industry by influencing policy encouraging debate and engaging with policymakers and civil society.
In the last few years, ICCI contributed significantly to socio-economic development and capacity building in several fields. ICCI contributes significantly to the emergence of new-age businesses, characterized by a new mindset and ambition to impact international business.
ICCI has successfully addressed key areas like Strategic Investment in a variety of areas, promoting International Business & Trade Relations, corporate Strategies for enhancing stakeholder’s value, Government Policies promotion in larger business communities nationwide for sustainable India Development, Infrastructure Development for enhancing India’s competitiveness, the role of Financial Sector as the catalyst for India’s transformation  
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