New Delhi, August 2023: NewAgeMompreneurs (NAM), a community established to facilitate support to mom led entrepreneurs and help them grow their enterprises from hyperlocal to local to global, is organising a ‘Rakhi Edit 2023’ on 11th August 2023 at DSOI, Dhaula Kuan Club from 10 am to 7:30 pm. Entry to this Rakhi Edit is free and is open for all walk-ins to enjoy the start of the festive season in Delhi-NCR.
It is an annual grand event for the community and people from all walks of society. The event will showcase mom-led brands including a healthy mix of homegrown, start-ups and well-known established brands, both in the products and service portfolio. This is the 4th season of the ‘Rakhi Edit’ event that is expected to see a footfall of more than 1000+ people with a presence of 82 stalls.
Some of the popular categories of stalls will include apparel, fashion wear, and lifestyle, accessories. jewelry, food & bakery, handmade products, kids products, rakhi & gifting, kids toys, home decor, wellness and skincare products, and much more. Not only that, these products will be available at a pocket-friendly price to the visitors to have an enriching shopping experience and there will be lots of enticing prizes and goody bags awaiting visitors who make it up for the event.
The founder, Ankita Gupta is sensitive to everyday challenges that moms face and hence there will be a small soft play area for kids between 0-6 years where they can rejoice safely when their moms are busy networking, shopping, or displaying their stalls.
The community this year had targeted to invite and collaborate with many corporate houses and HR heads to entice them with the products and services that moms and women-led brands offer at the Rakhi Edit season 4. The community previously has been supported by popular socialites and celebrities and continues the bandwagon, this year too it’s providing a platform to all its members to associate with more corporates and tie knots for future business inquiries.
After the tremendous success of the previous 3 seasons, the 4th season of #RakhiEdit2023 is expected to bring more strength and network to mom enterprises and leave us all awestruck with their beautiful creations made with love and passion.
“Being a mom isn’t easy. You are handling so many jobs at the same time and when you decide to pursue your own venture, there is another layer of stress, work, and mental load added to it. It breaks my heart when a talented mompreneur stops her work just due to a lack of opportunities or support. Through the NewAgeMompreneurs community, I want to provide a platform to mompreneurs to pursue and grow their venture, without the fear of criticism and judgment,” says Ankita Gupta, Founder, NewAgeMompreneurs Community
Ankita further adds, “Rakhi Exhibition is one mega annual event of the community where over 80 mom-led brands come together to showcase their work and display their products. It’s a free entry event for visitors and a perfect opportunity to meet your gifting requirements under one roof.”
“I’m so happy to be a part of the NewAgeMompreneurs community. I heard of them 3 years ago and promptly requested to join. I get so much information and exposure through them. Wonderful group,” shares Romi Dev, Proprietor, Thisnthat
“I’ve been a part of the NAM community from its inception and have seen its exponential growth from very close. harnessing the power of Mompreneurs and their network, I’ve been able to expand my business of personal stationery and gifting through referrals and meetups. We participated (as StudioPSD) in their last Rakhi Exhibition and had great exposure to new crowds that translated into sales and customer growth. With the continuous expansion of the NAM group and its perspective, I can’t wait to be a part of the upcoming Rakhi Edit in August 2023,” equips Priya Tulshan, Founder, StudioPSD
“As Director of The Study School, I have a keen interest in early childhood education. NAM as a community has members who strive for excellence. I find we have connected with many moms who bring awareness and solutions to the table,” shares Shivani Wazir Pasrich