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SHEROES acquires


World's largest career platform for women SHEROES has announced acquiring - an online platform which helps professional home-based women find work.

With the labor force participation of women in India witnessing a dip and over 300 million women eager to connect or reconnect to opportunities and achieve financial independence, this acquisition aids such women to find work on their own terms.

"SHEROES helps women to take control of their careers, whether it is home based, part-time, or full time. It also allows companies, the access to this diverse and high quality talent pool. We are very excited and welcome the users of Gharkamai to Sheroes and assure to help them find career success on their own terms," said Founder and CEO of SHEROES, Sairee Chahal.

SHEROES is the largest careers community of women, with members from over 20,000 locations across India. Over 12,000 companies actively use the platform. SHEROES runs a career support helpline via phone and app. It also has its communities spread in all major cities across India including major metros, and upcoming cities like Jaipur, Indore and Pune.

"Gharkamai is beyond a business; it is a movement to redefine work for women. We turned working from home into a reality for thousands of women, keen on utilizing their experience and skills, whilst balancing the demands of modern life. With SHEROES that movement grows bigger, reaches further and changes more lives." said Co-founder, Kachina Chawla.

Over the past 10 years Gharkamai has offered ten thousands women a platform to reach more than 1500 companies to find project based work.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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First Published: Fri, October 07 2016. 15:28 IST