Indian women spread their charm everywhere they are, why not in Singapore!
Indian women association of Singapore organised a shopping fare, IWA Bazaar, on 11 September, at Holiday Inn Singapore with much fun fare. It was a lovely experience participating in shopping fair and meeting such enterprising ladies.This fair gave a platform to all those entrepreneur ladies who are trying to create niche for themselves by using their creativity or doing some business. There were various stalls put up by different vendors in the bazaar showcasing jewellery, clothing’s, painting’s and many more such items.
The Indian Women’s Association (IWA) of Singapore is a non-profit organization under the patronage of the High Commission of India. Founded in 1998 IWA comprises of a large exclusive member body representative of both the expatriate as well as local Indian Community. IWA is managed by a volunteer executive committee elected annually.IWA endeavours to bring the Indian community together by giving them a platform to connect, support, and network with each other whilst living Singapore. Through IWA members participate in social, cultural, educational and philanthropic activities. IWA’s mission is not only to present a cultural platform, but also to provide a networking interface to its working members.Membership is open to all women of Indian origin or married to men of Indian origin residing in Singapore.
The organising committee led by Ms Ranjeeta and Ms Monisha had put lots of hard work in organising such event at such a bigger scale. The show was glamorized by the ramp walk by lovely ladies displaying their brands of clothes and jewellery.Their were some unique stalls which displayed the creativity of our womenfolk. Gifts stall by Ms Shraddha Agarwal was unique in itself. She displayed her creativity through her baby diaper gift cakes which is an innovative idea in itself. Ms Georgie displayed her own designed jewellery in a very creative manner. She designs jewellery with gems and stones.
Events like IWA Bazaar are really helpful in promoting entrepreneurship spirit of our womenfolk. Womenlines hats off to all those lovely ladies who took the initiative to organise this event.