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Bangalore, Karnataka, April , 2016: All of Bangalore’s biggest women achievers. For the first time on one stage.
The “FLO Women of the Future Awards” recognizes women who have demonstrated excellence in leadership and courage. Women who have shown exceptional energy in breaking existing stereotypes and accepted structures of women.
It is about recognizing those individuals who embody the values of FLO in their daily lives, and continue to inspire others towards perfection.
The FLO Women of the Future Awards recognizes women in the categories of:
• FLO Woman of the Future – Animal Activist
• FLO Woman of the Future – Artist
• FLO Woman of the Future – Blogger
• FLO Woman of the Future – Interior Designer
• FLO Woman of the Future – Singer
• FLO Woman of the Future – Dancer
• FLO Woman of the Future – Entrepreneur
• FLO Woman of the Future – Actor
• FLO Woman of the Future – Doctor
• FLO Woman of the Future – Theatre Artist
• FLO Woman of the Future – Scientist
• FLO Woman of the Future – Pilot
• FLO Woman of the Future – Social Worker
“Here at FLO we believe in the power of one to influence the potential of all. If a single individual makes a small positive change; does a good deed; acts selflessly; we know that this expression will radiate out in a ripple effect and allow for a much larger positive moment to occur. Putting this into a business context, we already know the importance of role models especially from a gender perspective. At FLO Bangalore we are celebrating role models who have the power to create changes in society,” says Rati Dhandhania Mundrey, Chairperson FLO Bangalore. “Equally each of us, as businesswomen and female leaders, has the ability to mentor, to throw down the ladder, to extend a helping hand, to another.”
About FLO Bangalore
FICCI Ladies Organisation (FLO) is a national body with the prime objective of women empowerment through the promotion of entrepreneurship and managerial excellence.
Established in 1983, FLO is a division of the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI), which is the apex body of Industry and Chambers of Commerce in India.
Over the last 3 decades of FLO’s existence it has grown as an organization and today it is one of the most prestigious pan-India business organizations in 15 locations and nearly 5000 members across India, committed to working towards women empowerment through business women development and capacity building initiatives besides other programs.
The Bangalore Chapter has been in existence for over 2 years and carries out a number of initiatives towards empowering women with better skills and insight. The rapidly growing Chapter, now has over 160 members. The members are senior professionals and owner-directors and hail from all major industries – aerospace to textiles, biotechnology to finance. One of the prime focus areas for Rati Dhandhania, as Chairperson of FLO Bangalore has been to organise events towards FLO’s goals of enhancing women’s awareness, knowledge and skills leading her to be an even ‘Stronger Woman’ – which has been the mantra for the year.