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Jayanti Dalmia inaugrates 19th chapter of Flo at Vadodara

The FICCI Ladies Organisation (FLO) 19th Chapter “FLO Vadodara” was launched on Saturday, by Jayanti Dalmia, the 39th President of FLO.
FLO endeavours to promote women entrepreneurs and professionals and assist them to grow professionally. The launch of this Chapter will help bring entrepreneurs both existing entrepreneurs and potential, and other professionals under the FLO umbrella.
“Often known as the ‘Jewel of
 Western India’, Gujarat represents the vibrance of India while Vadodara is one of its leading industrial hubs known for its entrepreneurial spirit. This is the result of old established business houses and the business acumen ingrained in the culture and tradition of Gujarat and we look forward to working actively in Vadodara.” said Jayanti Dalmia, President FLO.
FLO Vadodara is an addition to the 18 existing Chapters of FLO across the country with its headquarters in New Delhi.
The new Chapter will aim at enhancing the capabilities of women through appropriate awareness, training and development programmes that enable women to contribute towards India’s socio-economic growth by fulfilling their individual potential.
Reshma Patel was announced as the Founder Chairperson of the new Chapter along with her dynamic team of Office Bearers, Barkha Amin (Sr Vice Chair), Avni Bhayani (Vice Chair), Rati Desai (Treasurer), and Avni Patel (Executive Secretary).
Talking to media Ms Reshma Patel said“I am thankful to FLO for giving me this opportunity. The FLO Vadodara Chapter will work towards this direction and create the right thrust for women empowerment in the region with special emphasis on supporting entrepreneurship.”
The ceremonial event was further enhanced by the inauguration of the FLO Bazaar, ‘Ariso’ and was very well attended with a strong turnout of Vadodara Chapter members as well as the Presidium, Past Presidents and National Governing Body Members from around the country.
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Banas Dairy surpass its own record turnover.

Banas Dairy, a lifeline of cattle farmers and farmers of Banaskantha district, is accelerating towards its development journey at rocket speed by achieving a turnover of Rs 12,982 Crore in the year 2020-21. The business of this dairy is better than some other companies like Zomato, Swiggy, cab service aggregator Ola spread across the country but still not able to generate similar turnover.

On the contrary, inspire of Banas dairy being located in just a single district of Gujarat and associated with about 4,50,000 families engaged in animal husbandry, is still able to better them. The annual turnover of Banas Dairy was more than Rs 9,808 Crore in 2018-19, which increased to more than Rs 12970 Crore in 2019-20. Banas Dairy has achieved annual turnover of more than 12,982 crores in the current year i.e. 2020-21 thereby surpassing all all its previous own records. The turnover of the dairy in the year 2013-14 was Rs 4,687 Crore which has increased to more than 12,982 crore in the year 2019-201. Moreover, this year Banas Dairy has broken its own record of last year by processing 67.96 lakh liters of milk daily.

The Turnover of last 3 years
• 2018-19 : More than 9,808 Crore
• 2019-20 : More than 12,970 Crore
• 2020-21 : More than 12,982 Crore
The annual turnover figures of Banas Dairy are increasing every year at a fast pace. Due to the hard work of the shepherds of the district and efficient administration of Banas Dairy, they are progressing and the milk producers of the district are moving towards becoming financially viable. Last year was full of challenges due to the Covid pandemic and farmers and shepherds in the district had to face many difficulties in their daily life but through efficient administration, Banas Dairy doubled the income of the cattle farmers by giving the best price of milk to the cattle owners aiding their development. The annual turnover figures of Banas Dairy indicate the fact that Banas Dairy is moving towards creating a new unparalleled history in its growth journey.