Even as on an average, globally women earn 17.6 percent less than men, in India this the gap is even more, at 18.8 percent.
Power Breakfast is a high energy meet of women in the corporate world. Executive women, entrepreneurs, and technology thought leaders from around India converge to collaborate on innovative solutions to common business challenges; explore new business opportunities that underscore how women are empowering change; and build and expand strong connections in a welcoming networking environment(…)
It is two-and-a-half years since Avani Davda took on the top job at Tata Starbucks. She was mentored at Bombay House before being handpicked into a leadership role when Tatas partnered Starbucks in 2011. Davda worked on the project right from scratch at Starbucks’ headquarters in Seattle before Starbucks opened its first store in India(…)
India’s female labour participation rate is 35 per cent, one of the lowest figures in the world and in Asia. This must change.