Belgaum women selected for Goldman Sachs Entrepreneurship programme
Priya Khatav and Rasika Kadolkar have successfully cleared the interview round for the ‘’10,000 Women Entrepreneurs Goldman Sachs – ISB-AIMS Program’’ and have been selected for the
19 day training program at Bangalore initiative taken up by Goldman Sachs. The programme was launched in Belgaum with the initiative of Bharatesh Global Business School. Dr. Rangnathan from Acharya Insitute had addressed a gathering of around 100 women entrepreneurs from Belgaum. The entire training is free of cost for the selected entrepreneurs.
Priya Khatav runs Acme Computers and Rasika Kadolkar runs Fragrance house which makes perfumes and candles. Rasika is now suppling her products worldewide where the purchasers labels their brand name and resale it.
The two will proceed to Bangalore on 27th January 2012.
Launched by Goldman Sachs, 10,000 Women is a global initiative that will increase the number of under-served women receiving a business and management education. This initiative is built on the premise that partnerships between education, development, and business experts can help bring about significant change through improved business education for women.