New Delhi: The Techsupergirl program has been launched in partnership with IWIL (Indian Women Institutional League) along with SSC NASSCOM , National Skill Development Corporation and Shell E4 and saw participation from Jury members across UN Women, Atal Innovation Mission, ONGC Foundation, Microsoft and Shell E4.
TechSupergirl Programme, launched on 7 July 2021, intends to impact more than 2.5 lakh women this year and by 2030, 3 million Women in Business, Technology and Academia by Technical skill building and Digital Literacy Programs providing livelihood generation within corporates and government sectors.
The Event was co-organized by Indian Women Institutional League India; the leading advocate for incubating, accelerating and empowering 20,000+ aspiring young women, MSMEs and entrepreneurs across 25 cities.
The event was conceptualized and planned by Deepa Sayal – (www.deepasayal.com ) Chief Patron of IWIL India and CEO -TechSupergirl. She quoted, “TechSupergirl is a very powerful platform for women entrepreneurs and MSMEs towards Networking, Scaling and Startup incubation. The Idea is to advance gender parity in the startup ecosystem and increase female participation rate in India’s GDP. We would also be assisting corporates in their day to day operations and synergies.”
TechSupergirl foresees pursuing the vision of AatmaNirbhar Bharat Abhiyan and aims to foster women-entrepreneurship ecosystem in India.
TechSupergirl also aspires to serve as Digital Virtual Assistant to Corporates through Partnerships and assisting them with leadership programmes, Demand Generation and Virtual Programs to build thought leadership Quadrant in Sales and Marketing across India. Not only that, it assists corporations in their Thought Leadership
Highlights of TechSupergirl Top 30 Women Entrepreneurs Conference and Award Event:-
100+ Women-led start-ups, 60+ Women Entrepreneurs as nominees, Judged by 7 jury members and panellists, with 3 event partners and 250+ Event Attendees, this event was a major communal for the aspiring women entrepreneurs, technology stakeholders and women in business.
The event also had a detailed panel discussion on “The journey and roadship to Entrepreneurship! Unleashing Women 2.0” from eminent Corporate speakers.
The jury comprised of delegates from UN Women, Atal Innovation Mission, ONGC Foundation; Microsoft and Shell .
TechSupergirl Coffee Table Book was also announced featuring the journeys of these 30 seasoned women entrepreneurs.
TechSupergirl is a Digital Virtual Assistant for Startups and Corporates. It not just provides training in technical skill-building and Startup incubation but also serves as a corporate partner to provide assistance in sales, marketing and digital automation.