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FLO believes in being thought leaders and change makers in every sphere

ficci ladies organisation (flo) to release women artisans craft directory from 29 states  on december 19

An interactive session with eminent fashion designers anju modi and sanjay garg to be part of the event

INVC NEWS  New Delhi, FICCI Ladies Organisation (FLO), one of the most prestigious pan India forums working towards the goal of women empowerment will be releasing a Women Artisans Craft Directory in an event titled “Celebrate Creativity” on December 19, 2017 at FICCI, New Delhi. This Directory covers the 29 states of India and highlights the creative dexterity of more than 400 women along with their contact details. The launch of the Directory will take place in the presence of two eminent personalities – Sanjay Garg & Anju Modi, two designers and fashion entrepreneurs who understand the true potential of Handlooms & Handicrafts and its significant role in providing employment to a vast segment of craftsperson, thereby preserving the intangible heritage of our country. “India is a land known for its cultural diversity, vibrant art forms and the exquisite artefacts handcrafted by millions of skilled artisans including women . The Women artisans craft Directory to be released is an effort to support women artisans from various parts of the country  to connect directly with buyers across India and the world and  will also help bridge the gap between India’s skilled women artisans and discerning buyers as it will establish a direct link with artisans, bring them recognition and respect” said Ms Vasvi Bharat Ram, President, FICCI Ladies Organisation (FLO) . “FLO believes in being thought leaders and change makers in every sphere, and one of our initiatives is to empower women entrepreneurs specifically at the grassroots level. The FLO Women Artisans Mapping Project endeavours to document the names and details of the women artisans in this sector and throw light on their untapped potential. We also hope to boost networking possibilities, thereby enhancing livelihood generation and entrepreneurship opportunities for women in this sector.” Said Ms Bharat Ram.



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