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To empower 100 underprivileged women IMS DIA launches a 30-day embroidery and stitching program called ‘KARIGARI’

1st April 2024: IMS Design and Innovation Academy (IMS DIA) revealed a transformative 30-day program aimed at empowering 100 underprivileged women with valuable skills in embroidery and stitching. As a part of IMS DIA’s CSR activities, the program is organized in collaboration with the brand “Shilpi Gupta,” and supported by the Confederation of Women Entrepreneurs India (COWE) and SIDBI (Small Industries Development Bank of India).

It is a month-long workshop that culminates on April 30th, 2024 will provide the participants with hands-on experience in various types of embroidery techniques and stitching methods. Under the guidance of IMS DIA’s expert and seasoned instructors, participants will have the opportunity to learn and master traditional as well as contemporary embroidery styles, enhancing their craft and fostering creativity.

“We are delighted to collaborate with IMS DIA and COWE for this noble initiative. At ’Shilpi Gupta,’ we are passionate about preserving traditional crafts and empowering women artisans. Through this workshop, we hope to inspire and uplift underprivileged women, enabling them to unlock their full potential,” said Shilpi Gupta, Founder of the brand ‘Shilpi Gupta.’

 

The workshop underscores IMS DIA’s dedication to empowering women and fostering entrepreneurship. Teaming up with ‘Shilpi Gupta,’ a brand renowned for its quality and craftsmanship, IMS DIA ensures participants receive high-quality training and guidance in embroidery and stitching, empowering them to pursue independent avenues of income generation.

In addition to practical training sessions, the workshop will also include interactive sessions on entrepreneurship, financial literacy, and market access, conducted by experts from COWE and SIDBI. Participants will receive certificates upon completion of the workshop, acknowledging their dedication and achievement.

“We are pleased to support 30 day women’s entrepreneurship and skill development programme. Our goal is to create a society where women can be economically and socially empowered,” said a representative of COWE.

IMS DIA extends its gratitude to COWE, SIDBI, and all partners for their invaluable support in making this workshop a reality. Together, we are creating opportunities for underprivileged women to thrive and succeed in the field of design and entrepreneurship.

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