Young Indians (Yi), an integral part of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), launched its 61st chapter in Gwalior today. The launch event was held at Hotel Tansen Residency and witnessed a great turnout of young professionals and entrepreneurs from the city.
Mr. Ankur Maheshwary was appointed as the Chapter Chair for Yi Gwalior, and Mr. Ankur Chandak was appointed as the Chapter Co-Chair for the year 2023. Both the new chapter leaders are young entrepreneurs who have made significant contributions to their respective industries and are committed to promoting youth entrepreneurship and leadership in Gwalior.
The launch event was graced by the presence of the Chief Guest Honorable Member of Parliament from Gwalior Sh. Vivek Narayan Shejwalkar. Other dignitaries present at the event were Mr. Deepak Singh, Divisional Commissioner, Gwalior & Bhind Division, Mr. Akshay Kumar Singh, Collector Gwalior, and Mr. Rajesh Singh Chandel (SP, Gwalior). Mr. Puneet Davar, Chairman of CII Gwalior Zone addressed the gathering and talked about youth leadership and entrepreneurship. Mr. Ashish Vaishya, Vice-Chairman, CII Madhya Pradesh also addressed the gathering.
Young Indians (Yi) is a non-government, not-for-profit, industry-led, and industry-managed organization that plays a proactive role in India's development process. Yi is committed to creating a platform for young Indians to realize their full potential and contribute to the nation's growth.
The launch of the 61st chapter of Yi in Gwalior is a significant milestone for the organization and highlights its commitment to promoting youth leadership and entrepreneurship in India. The event was marked by great zeal and dedication, with the first chair and co-chair of the Yi Gwalior chapter being announced.
The launch of the Yi Gwalior chapter is expected to provide young professionals and entrepreneurs in the city with a platform to network, collaborate, and exchange ideas. It will also help them access mentorship and training programs that will help them realize their full potential and contribute to the nation's growth.