The “Gourmet Jar” was started by Apeksha Jain, from her home kitchen in 2012. An ex-French-teacher and an Eco Graduate from Lady Shri Ram College, Delhi, this food blogger-turned-entrepreneur, is a self-taught confiturier who’s passion for cooking is monitored by her instinct and a husband, who loves food! Listen to her talking about her passion…
Women all over the world can say “hello” to entrepreneurship & how they overcome conflicts and challenges to strike success…
Did you know that ‘Hello’ was used as a telephone greeting for the first time by Thomas Edison? We know that “Hello” is the simplest form of greeting one another, and the quickest way to spark off a conversation.
World Hello Day on November 21 is a day earmarked to promote world peace through interpersonal communication. As such, it highlights the importance of greeting people!
Here’s tracking and acknowledging the importance and presence of men in the journey of women entrepreneurs
International Men’s Day is celebrated on November 19 every year. In fact, the date coincides with the birthday of the father of Dr Jerome Teelucksingh, a doctor from Trinidad and Tobago, who relaunched International Men’s Day in 1999.
Diwali, also known as the “Festival of Lights” is the biggest festival celebrated all over India. This is a much-awaited time which people look out for when they take a break, and have a good time. Tracing the origin of the word “Deepawali” which consists of two words – “Deep” means “light” and “avail” means “a row”. Hence, “Deepawali” means “a row of lights”.