Leadership guru Robin Sharma to scorch Bangalore on Feb 29


Robin Sharma
Rang De is India’s first online micro-lending platform that supports rural entrepreneurs with access to low cost capital. The initiative was launched in January 2008 and in the last four years has funded more than 6.4 crores to 12500 low income entrepreneurs from 13 states. More than 3500 individuals have participated as social investors and contributed social capital to these entrepreneurs.

To commemorate the completion of its 4th year and to create awareness about low cost Microcredit, Rang De is hosting the world renowned Leadership Guru Robin Sharma for a half day event on Leadership. The event 'Lead Without A Title' will be held at Taj Vivanta, Yeshwantpur Bangalore, on 29th February, 9:00 am to 12:00 pm followed by a networking lunch.

Robin Sharma needs no introduction. His book 'Lead without A title' is inspiring a whole new movement around leadership and is creating a belief that ‘Anyone can be a Leader.’

Robin Sharma is an internationally acclaimed author who has written 11 books which include the bestsellers; "The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari" and "The Greatness Guide". His latest book is "The Leader Who Had No Title: A modern fable on real success in business and in life". Robin Sharma is the founder of Sharma Leadership International Inc. (SLI), a global consultancy with a single focus: to help organisations develop employees Lead Without a Title. His clients include some of the world’s leading corporates.

This event promises to be a life changing experience for everyone involved and will inspire the leader in every individual to take charge of his professional and personal life with a whole new approach.

Through this event, Rang De hopes to show case the positive stories and the impact of microcredit across low income households in India.

Passes are available on https://bitly.com/y3Atgq

For more information on “Lead Without A Title,” contact:
Aditi:   9591527628 , aditi@rangde.org
Smita: 9686114608, smita@rangde.org

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