Vodafone unveils ‘Angel stores’ to empower women employees

By March 12th, 2016 AT 7:01 PM

With the message of women empowerment, telecom service provider Vodafone India has launched two ‘Vodafone Angel Stores’ in Bengaluru.

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These Angel Stores are Vodafone retail outlets that are managed and run entirely by women employees. The two Vodafone Angel Stores at Banashankari and CMH Road in Bengaluru were launched on the occasion of International Womens’ Day.

Amit Kapur, Business Head – Karnataka, Vodafone India said, “Vodafone believes that economic empowerment of women is a great building block in social development. The Angel store is Vodafone’s endeavour to provide our women employees with one of the most secure and productive working environments in the city. Vodafone India has always laid great emphasis on equal rights and opportunities for our employees and our policies encourage women employees to aspire for and achieve their career ambitions.”

“From time to time, women have proven their ability to create, nurture and transform businesses at all levels.We are confident that our Angel Store staff members will excel in their tasks and succeed in making these stores among the finest Vodafone stores in Karnataka. We couldn’t think of a better occasion than International Women’s Day to present this initiative to our employees and customers,” he added.

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