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WeAreTheCity India launches latest Micro-site for Hyderabad

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WeAreTheCity India is delighted to launch it’s latest city micro-site. Following hot on the heels of Bangalore and Mumbai, Hyderabad is the third micro-site of the series which spotlights inspirational women from around India.

The Hyderabad micro-site has been driven by the efforts of one outstanding woman, Anju Arora

WATC India Editor, Caroline Graham, said: “The Hyderabad micro-site has been driven by the efforts of one outstanding woman – Anju Arora, Founder of Naari Women Wellness Program Anju has single-handedly provided all the content, interviews, articles and events for this micro-site, ensuring that the women of this historic city aren given a platform. Anju is a real inspiration and I cannot thank her enough for her passion for empowering women and her commitment to WATC India.”

Anju Arora, Hyderabad Committee Member, said: “It feels great to be associated with WeAreTheCity India as it is a great forum for women to network with other like-minded women. This site aims to bring female entrepreneurs, professional women and social activists together on the same platform to encourage, empower and celebrate female successes.

“Being a WATC core committee member has enabled me to network with women and spread awareness about my entrepreneurial initiative Naari – a Women Wellness Program which highlights various aspects of personal hygiene. Being a committee member is such a great opportunity as it enables me to exchange insightful conversations with inspirational women in our society.”

ENTER HYDERABAD HERE

If you are interested in becoming a committee member for Hyderabad, or for any of our other micro-sites, please contact [email protected].

If you’d like to become a blogger for the site, or you know of any inspirational women you’d like to see featured on WeAreTheCity India, please get in touch

By Caroline Graham, Head of WeAreTheCity India

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