Neha Behani is Co-Founder of Moojic, an innovative in-store radio service for retail stores. They offer a customisable radio platform that can easily manage your radio network across any number of stores. You can use the service to create your branded radio service across your chain of stores to communicate with customers and employees using brand jingles, sound bytes, infomercials or instant announcements too. Moojic has been been recognised as one of the hottest, fast-growing start-ups in the Indian tech industry.
Neha Behani is a guest speaker at the Breaking Barriers To Business Growth Step Above event (Mumbai venue) and will be sharing her experience with building a business and crossing the hurdles to growth.
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Netflix’s ‘House Of Secrets: The Burari Deaths’ dwells into the shocking death of an entire family of 11 in one night. It throws light on gender roles, superstitions & mental health in Indian households.
(Trigger Warning: This story delves into a documentary about alleged suicide/murder and may be triggering. Spoilers ahead).
Directed by Leena Yadav and Anubhav Chopra, Netflix’s latest three-episode documentary ‘House of secrets: The Burari Deaths’ traces what happened with the Bhatia family in 2018. On a usual summer morning, 11 members of the same family were found suspiciously hanging from the roof in the suburb of Burari. Later it was concluded to be an occult ritual gone wrong.
How many times do we need to remind people that daughters are not liabilities? That the girl child isn’t some object for which the 'burden' shifts on to another person after she acquires the married tag?
How many times do we need to remind people that daughters are not liabilities? That the girl child isn’t some object for which the ‘burden’ shifts on to another person after she acquires the married tag?
A son is a son all his life. A daughter is a daughter only till the time she gets married.
Lalana has over 19 years of experience in the areas of Operations and Leadership Development.
She currently works at Navgati as a facilitator and trainer, conducting leadership workshops.
Jayanti is the CEO of Purnabramha. She left her cushy job in the IT sector where she worked with organizations like Infosys for over 13 years. A passionate entrepreneur, Jayanti has conceived the idea of Purnabramha to provide not just authentic Maharashtrian food to its guests but also a truly cultural ambience with stellar customer service.
Jayanti aims to make Purnabramha a global brand and has already begun taking steps in that direction. Her keen sense of business planning and people management has won her many guests, most of whom have become extended family.