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Sangeeta Sabharwal, Managing Partner - India & Regional Director - APAC of the Taplow Group at The Economic Times Women's Forum 2019, Mumbai

Sangeeta Sabharwal, Managing Partner - India & Regional Director - APAC of the Taplow Group was invited to attend The Economic Times Women's Forum 2019 which brought together influential global leaders who champion women’s empowerment. The event was attended by some of the most notable female minds in India to discuss pressing issues that affect the women in India. The main focus was to feel uplifted and empowered by the Power of Half a Billion.

Sangeeta Says "It was wonderful to be a part of an event that brought so many prolific women leaders and achievers into the same room. And from such diverse areas ranging from politics, corporate, uniformed services and fashion ......... to realize that, while the challenges in every field are almost the same, every woman has the power to make a difference!"

 

Sangeeta Sabharwal, Managing Partner - India & Regional Director - APAC of the Taplow Group

Sangeeta Sabharwal, Managing Partner - India & Regional Director - APAC of the Taplow Group

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