Women entrepreneurs must adopt modern technology for success in business: Experts at ‘Sambad Odisha-50’
Balasore: Guests, who graced the second edition of ‘Sambad Odisha-50’ held here today, advised that women entrepreneurs must adopt modern technology for achieving success in business and for diversification of trade as well.
Women have made substantial contributions in shaping the country’s economy in the past days. Girl children must be provided adequate education and be supported to become self-dependent in life. Parents should be conscious in this regard. At the times of distress, women members are usually seen coming forward and saving their families from financial crises, the guests opined.
More than 150 rural women entrepreneurs from Balasore, Bhadrak and Mayurbhanj districts took part in the event. The invitees were shortlisted amongst women folk, who strived hard to survive amid adverse situations and are self-dependent these days. They have become successful entrepreneurs and extended support to their families and the society at large.
Some of the rural women entrepreneurs have exemplary achievements to their credit.
Balasore district Collector Dattatraya Bhausaheb Shinde inaugurated the event and Sadar MLA Swarup Kumar Das attended it as the Chief Guest, which was presided by Khandapada MLA and Chairman of ‘Sambad Group’ Soumya Ranjan Patnaik. This event was organised by north Odisha edition of the largest media conglomerate in conference hall of Venya Paradise at OT Road here.
Fakir Mohan University’s Head of Social Sciences department Professor Dr Geetanjali Panda and Head of Business Management department Professor Padmalita Routray, District Industries Centre (DIC) General Manager Bipin Bihari Dehury, Balasore Lead Bank Financial Advisor Yajneswar Pradhan, ORMAS deputy CEO Jitendra Kumar Biswal, District Project Coordinator of Odisha Jibika Mission Biswajit Parida and the Managing Director of Sambad Group Monica Nayyar Patnaik highlighted on the importance of project selection, market system, capital management and family cooperation.