Bhatnagar represents Indian women in meet

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 07 Nov 2017 10:51:09


 

Staff Reporter,

Madhya Pradesh Association of Women Entrepreneurs, Chairperson, Archana Bhatnagar represented Indian women entrepreneurs in BPW World Conference, Cairo, Egypt which was held recently from October 23 to 27.
In a prestigious and graceful ceremony, Archana Bhatnagar along with BPW Mumbai President, Jalpa Vithlani entered the convention during national parade, while holding the Indian tri-colour.

It may be mentioned that the international event of business and professional women’s association, having participation of over 100 countries, was held under the patronage of President of Egypt, Abdel Fettah el-Sisi. Archana Bhatnagar participated in the world conference representing India on the invitation of President of Egypt. The opening session was held under the Pyramids of Egypt. In this session, she opened discussion with various ministers of Egypt as well as with the President of Mauritius, Ameenah Gurib.

President of Mauritius, Ameenah Gurib revealed interest of women entrepreneurs of Mauritius to work with women entrepreneurs in India. In the convention, Managing Director, Halide Chemicals and MAWE President, Archana Bhatnagar, addressing the programme as keynote speaker, delivered a talk on ‘Green Growth Strategies and Challenges’. She opined that the cleaning agents and products being used in domestic and industrial use are polluting the water resources. She informed that the green products being manufactured by Halide Chemicals is an eco-friendly industry initiative.

It is the first company, which has got Green Pro-Certification. BPW World President, Dr Amany Asfour, BPW Egypt, President, Dr Amonia Fahami honoured Archana Bhatnagar as Special guest and appreciated her initiatives in policy-making and business activities. In the conference, serious deliberation was held over ‘UN Women - Women Empowerment Principle (WEPS)’. Besides this, Archana Bhatnagar chaired a session on ‘Silver Economy and Women’.

In this session, entrepreneurs from New Zealand, Japan and other countries shared their views. In the five-day convention, over 800 delegates from 100 countries participated. The event concluded successfully, especially full of achievements for the women entrepreneurs of India, who shared business opportunities with women entrepreneurs of other countries.