“The hospitality sector yearns for more women entrepreneurs and visionaries”

As the world gears up to celebrate International Women’s Day, the theme “Invest in Women: Accelerate Progress” takes centre stage, calling for collective efforts to empower and uplift women across various sectors. This year, the hospitality industry stands out as a poignant example of transformation and resilience, where women are not only breaking barriers but also reshaping the entire narrative.

Himabindu Raghava Raju, the Branch Executive Director of Platform 65 Bangalore, shares her reflections on the occasion, “As we approach International Women’s Day, I am profoundly moved by the resilience and grace that define the women in our hospitality realm. I stand not only as a leader but as a proud advocate for women’s empowerment in our industry. The journey has been challenging, but it is through challenges that we uncover our true strength.

In an industry traditionally dominated by men, we are witnessing a powerful shift. Women are not just breaking through the glass ceiling but redesigning the entire structure. As the Director of our branch, I am committed to fostering an environment where women can not only survive but thrive, where their voices are not just heard but celebrated. The hospitality sector yearns for more women entrepreneurs and visionaries who can reshape the narrative and introduce new dimensions of excellence. Let us amplify each other’s voices, embrace diversity, and pave the way for a future where every woman’s potential is recognised and realised.”

This year’s theme resonates deeply with women’s experiences in the hospitality industry. Investing in women means acknowledging their capabilities, providing equal opportunities, and creating environments that nurture their growth. It is about recognising the unique perspectives and contributions that women bring to the table, making the industry more diverse, dynamic, and inclusive.

As the world commemorates International Women’s Day, it is an opportune moment to reflect on the strides achieved, acknowledge the accomplishments of women in the hospitality sector, and jointly dedicate ourselves to investing in the potential of each woman. Through empowerment, support, and authentic recognition, progress can be hastened, charting a course for a future wherein women within the hospitality industry not only endure but genuinely flourish.

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