The event was held at New Delhi’s Pullman Hotel. The Women Economic Forum is the largest summit for diverse women from across the world, to come together to connect and co-create in the service of enhancing women’s leadership and friendship locally and globally in order for women to become proactive agents of change in all spheres of self and society. In line with this philosophy, the theme of the conference was “Women: Uplifting & Uniting The World”.
"Foodcloud.in is an online market place for home chefs. Currently, we have 600+ passionate home chefs from across Delhi NCR registered on our platform. Our job, is to enable them to make their food dreams a reality. We wanted to create a marketplace ethos for them, within which they can work as independent entrepreneurs from within their homes, " Rajgarhia said.
Percentage of women in urban India participating in the organised workforce has only marginally increased between 1972 and 2010. as per Rajgarhia.
A significant portion of women engaged in domestic duties in India, have reported their willingness to accept work, if the said work can be done from home, as per a report for the International Labour Organization. FoodCloud caters to exactly these women.