Nita Ambani launches women’s empowerment platform Her Circle in Hindi

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The founder and chair of the Reliance Foundation, Nita Ambani, on Tuesday announced the expansion of the women’s empowerment platform Her Circle into the multilingual space with the launch of her Hindi app.

Launched a year ago by Nita Ambani, Her Circle has already become India’s fastest-growing digital platform for women with a reach of 42 million, the Reliance Foundation said in a statement.



“On this year’s International Women’s Day, Nita M. Ambani, Founder and Chair of the Reliance Foundation, announced that Her Circle, a unique initiative that combines the power of women with the power of the digital revolution, is now launching a Her in the multilingual Space is still expanding Circle Hindi App today,” the statement said.

Launching the Hindi app, Ambani said, “Her Circle is an evolving platform for all women, regardless of region or language. I want our reach and support to expand unhindered.”

She added: “And to reach more women in their language of ease, we’re launching Her Circle in Hindi first. We’re going live in March 2022 and I hope it gets as much love as the English platform has received so far.

Her Circle’s year one milestones cover a range of goals related to digital adoption and connectivity.

Elaborating on the platform, the press release states that thousands of job opportunities curated and listed for users have connected them to the right career choice. Extensive master classes on professional make-up artists, food stylists, fitness trainers, dog trainers, funk jockeys have found serious interested parties.

Personalized trackers for fitness and nutrition, fertility, pregnancy and finances were used free of charge by 1.50 000 subscribers.

“With 30,000 registered female entrepreneurs in our network, we have a community of women who want to work together and rise together,” the press release reads.

Alongside the launch of the Hindi app, Ambani celebrated the first anniversary of HerCircle by appearing on its digital cover and giving an exclusive interview.

(Only the headline and image of this report may have been edited by Business Standard contributors; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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