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April 23 | 4PM - 9PM
The Barking Deer, Mumbai
In honor of Earth Day, we at UnLtd India would like to highlight our extraordinary Fellows who have found innovative and thoughtful ways to integrate their drive for ecological conservation with opportunities for social and economic development. The power of their impact lies in this vital ability to bring environmental concerns and economic interests together.
Every organization has its unique style of working and its own set of values which form the foundation of its culture. The culture of the workplace determines the way employees behave amongst themselves as well as with people outside the organization. This culture is a determining factor in the success of the organization.
The Unltd India team strongly believes in building a culture that promotes healthy relationships and extracts the best out of each employee. Here is what the team at UnLtd India is reading on building organizational culture and values.
Children's Day in India is celebrated as a day of fun and frolic, a celebration of childhood, children and Nehruji's love for them. To celebrate Children’s Day, we’re highlighting the amazing work of our investees who aim to strengthen the pillars of our future by working on children's issues.
Check out their inspiring projects for children and find ways to get involved!
One of the biggest aspects of our work in supporting early stage change-makers in building or launching their ventures is helping our investees develop as leaders. This month, our team has compiled our favorite articles on leadership, including insights from some of the world’s most successful leaders.
Starting your own venture is unquestionably both challenging and rewarding. We sat down with investee Poojaa Joshi, founder of Mimaansa, to talk about her experience starting her social venture.
1. Tell us a bit about your venture. What inspired you?
Mimaansa works with students with learning disabilities (LD), particularly underprivileged ones, studying at under-resourced government schools.