Goa Shopping Festival underway in Margao
PANAJI: The Goa Shopping Festival is underway at SGPDA ground Margao. There are around 160 stalls and lot of exclusive offers on Mahindra Electric Car, Home, Office , Dinning Tables, varieties of Sofa sets from Smith Furniture, Poonam Furniture, imported sofa sets, exclusive Lotus Imported Artifacts, Hitachi Air Conditioner, Money counting machine, Italian blanket, Kitchenware, Gits Foods, Prestige, Powermax Fitness, Home Furniture from Oval , Aluminium Ladder, Door Mats, Global Emporium, Carpets, Toys, Herbal products, Imported vases, Bombay Bed sheets, etc. The exhibition is open for public till April 22, 2018 from 10.30 am to 9 pm.
Cox & Kings to promote Great Britain
MUMBAI: Celebrating 260 years, Cox & Kings Ltd the oldest and leading tour operator with operations in 22 countries across continents has collaborated with VisitBritain to promote Great Britain in India. The joint marketing collaboration will publicise Great Britain through innovative advertisements and contests in the Indian market. The campaign focuses on varied offerings of Great Britain including its signature Rail Journeys, delectable cuisine and experiential tours. To popularize the campaign further and garner participation across digital platforms, a unique contest with hashtags #LoveToTravel and #ExploreFourCorners were launched. Cox & Kings along with VisitBritain rolled out the #LoveToTravel contest to encourage travellers to share their travel experience on social media. Special prizes including a free trip to Great Britain were announced for those with the most innovative travel video and pitch. NT
NGO Thrive inaugurated in Goa
PANAJI: Thrive, a global nonprofit organisation was inaugurated at the GCCI premises on Monday with the aim of promoting women in business. Unlike other mentoring organisations, Thrive, a Zurich based organisation provides women-to-women mentoring. “It is the only mentoring outfit that is by women and for women,” said Shivangi Walke, founder. She pointed out that mentoring for women entrepreneurs is important because they face challenges unique to their gender. Further, women develop a special empathy with mentors who are other women,” said Walke. Since inception in 2017, Thrive has helped to nurture 100 women entrepreneurs, added Walke. The NGO currently has chapters in Mumbai, Pune and Bengaluru in addition to Zurich and is on its way to setting up three more chapters in Goa, Delhi and Hyderabad. NT