Crib-Life hosts Talk-the-Talk with Women Achievers #sharetheknowledge

Crib-life, an exclusive luxury lifestyle management service with its roots in India, hosted nearly 50 attendees for Talk the Talk, a knowledge sharing session with some of the finest women entrepreneurs and professionals. The event was held at the Qla, a quaint and classy restaurant amidst the greens behind the historic Qutub Minar.

 

The event was centered around a panel discussion on “The Art of Brand Building through unconventional ways”, it was led by powerful women entrepreneurs and professionals from various walks of life who offered their perspective on the subject. The Talk the Talk session was first of a kind to host a high tea afternoon with some of the best minds in the city. The attendees were also established entreprenuers and professionals wanting to know more about personal brand building and using unconventional ways to grow professionally.

_R3A6398Ms Vijaya Eastwood, CEO, Crib-Life with Talk the Talk panelistSumaya Dalmia (Fitness Expert), at Talk the Talk event by Crib-Life

The exceptional panelists included Ms Ishi Khosla (Renowned Dietician), Ms Divita Kanoria (CEO, Vedic Wellness), Ms Devapriya Khanna (Founder 212 personal Brand Building), Jia Singh (Blogger), Sumaya Dalmia (Fitness Expert), Anjali Hooda (Doctor) & Ruby Sinha (Founder, SheatWork).The discussion was moderated by Ms. Vijaya Eastwood, CEO, Criblife.

 

The panel discussion provided an opportunity to the participants to hear first hand learnings and experiences from women who have  excelled in building successful businesses and brands and be humbled by the responsibility that comes with being in a position of leadership. The success stories from these women achievers included challenges, strategies to overcome situations and pointers to guide aspiring women professionals to accelerate their career goals.

 

The event presented by founder and CEO of Crib-Life, Vijaya Eastwood, encouraged all to push beyond the boundaries that restricted them to experiment and re-innovate themselves as individuals and entrepreneurs. Commenting on the event she said, “These incredible women have found a way to make things happen for themselves with sheer determination, persistence and conviction”.

 

The discussion attracted questions from the floor pertaining to managing work life balance, living their passion alongside work, best ways to handle their employees to ensure the right outcome. TWG tea, a luxury tea from Singapore who recently opened stores in New Delhi and Priyam Chatterjee and Prateek Arora from Qla were equally committed to supporting and promoting woman entrepreneurs and achievers.

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