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Sun, 16 May



Green Start-Ups

Join the founders of three eminent green start-ups, Sonal Jain of Boondh, Amita Deshpande of ReCharkha - The EcoSocial Tribe, and Leesha Agarwal of Adah, as they share their experiences and insights into the world of sustainable business in TDTM's second webinar event!

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Green Start-Ups
Green Start-Ups

Time & Location

16 May 2021, 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm IST



About the event

Our speakers have first-hand experience in starting their own sustainable business - read more about them here! 

Sonal Jain

Sonal Jain is the co-founder of Boondh and a menstrual health activist. Sonal has been a Menstrual Health and Hygiene facilitator since 2013, and has facilitated teams for World Merit UK in the space of environment sustainability and education. They are a Laureate Global Fellow 2018, a World Merit Fellow 2015, and a recipient of Microsoft Youthspark Challenge for Change - Global Award 2015. Their work on SDG 12 (Responsible Consumption and Production) has been presented at the UN in New York City in 2016. 

Amita Deshpande

Amita Deshpande, the founder of "ReCharkha - The EcoSocial Tribe", has worked extensively in Sustainable Development and Corporate Social Responsibility for the past 14 years. An IT Engineer by education, she went on to do her Masters at Purdue University, USA with a focus on Sustainability. She has worked with CSR teams of numerous MNCs, consultancies and non-profits and eventually founded Aarohana EcoSocial Developments. After leading Aarohana for 7 years, she founded ReCharkha EcoSocial to continue the same work of upcycling Waste Plastic.

Leesha Agarwal

Leesha Agarwal graduated from NIFT Mumbai in 2018 and started Adah, a zero waste handloom brand. While at fashion school,  Leesha spent much of her time interning or working with various MNCs. What struck her most from this experience was the amount of scrap fabric and waste that went into landfills every day. She also noticed that workers were underpaid and often worked excruciatingly long hours. While these companies drew in massive profits, their own staff did not  benefit nor were the  customers aware of where their clothes came from.Leesha decided to do it differently, and the brand-Adah was born. Adah sources ethically, uses resources consciously and cares for the people and the planet.


  • 5 minutes

    Opening & introduction

  • 10 minutes

    Speaker 1: Sonal Jain

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