The open for all group of entrepreneurs and likeminded people, the Jharkhand Open Coffee Club (JOCC) conducted its online monthly meeting on Saturday afternoon on a virtual platform. Sharing their ideas, three women entrepreneurs from Ranchi spoke about their start ups hoping to bring about a change in future.
With the festive and wedding season coming up, for those unwilling to spend a bomb on a new wardrobe, ‘Attirent- Rent & Gain, Borrow & Dress’ is a great option. The business was launched on Thursday by Ranchi based Mansi Kanodia on popular social media platforms- Facebook and Instagram
“My basic aim is to connect people who want to give out their dresses for rent with those who do not wish to spend too much on expensive clothes and are willing to borrow it. There are many such startups in metropolitan cities and this is the first of its kind based in Jharkhand. I also wanted to own a business which will not only help me in earning but will also enable others in getting some extra pocket money. This could also one of those ways for people renting their clothes to earn from the comfort of their homes,” said the budding entrepreneur.
Keeping the Covid- 19 situation in mind, Kanodia further stated that the clothes will be duly laundered before being sent to the borrower and also while being returned to the owner.
‘Thodasa India’ a one of its kind of shop will provide a selling platform for rural artisans from 18 states across India right from Jharkhand, Bihar, to Gujarat and Maharashtra will open its doors for customers in the coming week in Doranda. Ensuring good quality products with variety and uniqueness as its USP the store will also promote women entrepreneurs- both from rural and urban areas. An online selling platform under the brand name will also be available on Amazon and Flipkart.
Talking about ‘Thodasa India’, Malavika Sharma- Director Butterfly Project Foundation as a mentor of the organization said, “Handcrafted products and made in India artifacts need a platform and Thodasa India will provide the same. They shall also ensure that the products are of high quality as well as are price friendly. For example, an innovative and super healthy product like ragi or maduwa atta noodles or pasta shall be made and carried out here.”
Founder and Head HR Consultant of ileadHR, Kanika Malhotra, deals in areas like HR Operations, soft skill trainings, performance management and employee engagement initiatives. With the lockdown in place, Malhotra and her team have switched from offline training sessions to online mode and launched the signature ‘Business Communication Workshop- Let’s Talk’ covering topics like public speaking, presentation skills, active listening and body language.
“ileadHR also helps freshers and professionals in preparing for job interviews and indentifying their unique selling proposition. We also launched Self Voyage-Personality Development with a twist for teenagers on October 17 which will help in making them aware of their emotions and equip them with tools to manage it better,” said Malhorta.
Malhotra also launched the company’s website www.ileadhr.com on Saturday in association with 366pi Technologies.