Asia’s one of the leading paint and coating companies Nippon Paints has announced its association with BRICS CCI WE, Women’s vertical of The BRICS Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BRICS CCI) for 2024-25. The announcement has been made through the official LinkedIn page of Nippon Paints. Let’s explore all the details below and how this partnership will bring new opportunities for both.

Nippon Paints India And BRICS CCI WE Partners for Women Empowerment
Source: Nippon Paints India Linkedin

The primary motive for initiating this programme is to empower and encourage women leaders from BRICS nations, fostering their growth in diverse sectors. This programme will bring more opportunities for the participants which will elevate their skills, foster global connections, and bring out global leaders.

Nippon Paints India has come out as the big key partner for 2024-25. It will play a very crucial in this mission. The Director of Nippon Paints India Sharad Malhotra has accepted to be the esteemed programme Mentor and will give full contribution to the women’s empowerment in this mission.

Sharad Malhotra, Director, Nippon Paint India, shared his perspective, stating, “Nippon Paint is proud to partner with BRICS CCI WE in championing the cause of women leadership. By providing a platform for skill development and fostering a supportive community, we aim to contribute to a more inclusive and diverse business landscape.”

The vice chairman of BRICS CCI has shared several things in his statement during the event. You can read the statement below about what he said.

Sameep Shastri, Vice Chairman, BRICS CCI, emphasized the importance of collaborative efforts, saying, “The Global Women Leadership Programme reflects our collective commitment to creating a conducive environment for women to excel in leadership roles. We believe that diverse perspectives lead to innovative solutions and drive sustainable growth.”

Through this association between Nippon Paints India and BRICS CCI, we can expect a major encouragement in the women’s empowerment of BRICS Nation’s women. What do you think about this initiative, let us know in the comment box.

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