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‘Power  Meet for the Powerful Woman’- a panel discussion was organised on 20th Aug at The Hive, Lavender Singapore, by ‘Life by Design’, a Life Coaching Practise founded by ACC coach Taruna Aggarwal.

In this incredible panel discussion, three successful business women from Singapore- Shagun Chand founder Utsav, Shalima Motial founder Dream Catchers and Namrata Pande Srivastava founder Evente Clinic discussed what makes them successful! The event also showcased an exhibition ‘Singapore Women’s Hall of Fame’ a celebration of the women in Business and Enterprise who have made or are making an impact on society – the boundary breakers, the risk-takers and change-makers, the role models and standard setters. In 2005, the Singapore Council of Women’s Organisations (SCWO) launched The Wall of Fame to honour Singapore’s pioneering women activists.

Women Entrepreneurs are a different breed, what makes them succeed? What are the qualities and specific skills they need to succeed? All panellists shared their entrepreneurial journey and key factors which helped them to achieve success. Taruna Aggarwal moderated the panel discussion very well with her powerful and well-timed questions.

The panel discussion was successful in inspiring the participants. At the end of the discussion, Q/A session was carried out where participants got answers to their queries related to the entrepreneurship journey from the panellists.

Some power quotes by powerful women entrepreneurs in the panel discussion-

Shalima Motial 

  • “It is about having faith in oneself. Whatever challenges come, just have faith that you will be guided.”
  • “Don’t let others opinion affect you. Be Thick Skin”
  • “Being an entrepreneur gives you lots of flexibilities. You can manage your family and professional life very well.”

Namrata Pande Srivastava

  • “Planning is very important for your venture. Plan year ahead what you are going to do and with whom you are going to collaborate.
  • “Have a strong belief in your gut. You will never be wrong.”
  • “Women should start participating in family decisions. Raise your voice and develop your opinion by creating awareness about things happening around.”

Shagun Chand-

  • “Work Hard, party hard, both are important in life.”
  • “Having a good team can be helpful to you. Teamwork can create wonders and you can achieve big things in life”
  • “As an entrepreneur be mindful about your presentations, your collaterals, how you represent your brand. Beautiful representation with confidence can help in creating a much bigger impact”                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Life by Design was started by Taruna Aggarwal, ACC Coach with a passion to empower Women and Youth by re-awakening self-belief and self-confidence in our abilities.Taruna started Power Meet for the Powerful Woman with a vision to create a platform where women connect with a sense of uninhibited belonging, a place where we all support, nurture and empower each other. The mission is to bring powerful role-models and influencers to Share, Learn and Grow together. The Panel Discussion Women Entrepreneurs- what Makes Them Successful was one such PowerMeet. To know more about Life by Design please visit www.lifeby-design.com.



Charu Mehrotra

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