New teams of FLO Hyderabad and YFLO Hyderabad take charge
The new teams for FICCI Ladies Organisation (FLO), Hyderabad Chapter and Young FICCI Ladies Organisation (YFLO), Hyderabad Chapters took charge here at Hyderabad today at a Change of Guard ceremony. Ms. Monika Agarwal took over from Ms. Jyotsna Angara as Chairperson, FLO Hyderabad Chapter and Ms. Shakuntala Divi took over as Chairperson, YFLO Hyderabad Chapter from Ms. Ashita Nawalgaria. These new office bearers will be in office for one year. Mr. Jayesh Ranjan, IAS, Vice- Chairman and Managing Director, Andhra Pradesh Industrial Infrastructure Corporation (APIIC) was the Chief Guest for the event. The Change of Guard ceremony was followed by a Talk on Power of Design Strategy by Ms. Geetika Kambli, CEO, Future Factory.
Ms. Geetika Kambli leads design research & strategy initiatives at Future Factory. Future Factory helps businesses succeed by creating new opportunities through innovative thinking and shaping the design of future products. It believes that good design can increase quality, increase marketability, improve sourcing, enhance aesthetics, improve functionality, reduce cost and so on. Acclaimed for our design capabilities, 2012 marked the 100th successful product designed by Future Factory. Its clients include Godrej & Boyce, Pepsodent, Transasia Biomedical, etc. across verticals like Consumer Durables, Industrial, Medical, FMCG + Retail.
The new team members for FLO Hyderabad include Monika Agarwal as Chairperson, Rekha Lahoti as Senior Vice-Chairperson, Mansi Malik as Secretary, Ch. Sumalatha as Joint Secretary and Usha Rani Manne as Treasurer.
The new team for YFLO Hyderabad is Shakuntala Divi, Samia Alam khan as Vice Chairperson, Nidhi Swaroop as Secretary and Ritu Shah as Treasurer.
FICCI Ladies Organisation 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.
FLO is one of the most prestigious pan-India business organizations with 10 chapters and nearly 3200 members across India, committed to working towards women empowerment through business women development and capacity building initiatives besides other programmes.
The Hyderabad Chapter began its operations in the year2002 and has a membership base of about 400 members.
Some of the services and activities of the FLO include: Personality Development, Awareness Programs, Training, Business Consultancy, Networking and Recognition.
FLO also has Young FLO (YFLO), a forum for the career women, it is a community of career women between 20 and 39.