Vandana Luthra encourages India’s diaspora to return home and be part of India’s growth story

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VLCC Founder says, there is no better time to become an entrepreneur in India than now, as she shares her vision at Harvard Business School’s ‘India Conference 2017’

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NEW DELHI: VLCC Founder, Vandana Luthra, shared her vision on women empowerment and India for 2030 with an eclectic audience at the 14th India Conference 2017 held at Harvard Business School, Harvard University, Boston. The beauty and wellness pioneer from India was invited to share her inspiring journey.

During her address as a part of the ‘Inspire Series: India in 2030’, she envisioned an empowered and educated workforce of 600 million women equal participation in the phenomenal growth story of India.

Earlier during the session, Luthra addressed the topic of ‘Leadership Challenges for women in VUCA world’. During her panel address, she shared her own VUCA moments of her journey of building VLCC as a global brand and how she ensured that no roadblocks could stop her from pursuing her dreams. She also shared her views on leadership skills among women that make them better leaders and team players. Additionally, she shared some key tips that aspiring women leaders should work on, that will help them become better and successful professionals.Vandana Luthra at panel discussion at Harvard Business School (1)

Speaking at the event, Vandana Luthra, Founder, VLCC, said, “I am honored to be invited at this forum to speak to a global audience. It was a wonderful experience to share my journey and experience with the audiences. I believe that it is imperative to build an ecosystem to support and empower women. I would also like to reiterate the importance of skilling women, if we need to be a global economic superpower. My message to all the students at Harvard is to believe in the power of their dreams and continue to focus on making them a reality.”

The India Conference celebrated its 14th season this year. As one of the largest student-run conferences, the event was hosted by the graduate students of Harvard Business School and Harvard Kennedy School. It was focused on India in the US and had an impressive line-up of speakers including renowned politicians, business leaders and professionals who shared their views on the future of India. The event was attended by eminent personalities from the diplomatic and corporate world.stem learning 300x300 pxl

Headquartered in Gurgaon, VLCC was founded in 1989 and is the leading slimming, beauty and wellness brand to have emerged out of the Indian subcontinent, whose presence currently spans 330 locations in about 150 cities and 13 countries across South Asia, South East Asia, the GCC Region and East Africa.

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