UNIMO Universe of Moms Celebrates Women Empowerment and Honors Achievers at 7th Rangoli Awards

Mumbai, India – UNIMO Universe of Moms, the world’s largest community of mothers with over 502,000 members, recently hosted the 7th edition of the Rangoli Awards to celebrate women empowerment and felicitate extraordinary achievers. The event took place at the prestigious Hyatt Hotel in Juhu, Mumbai, and was attended by several luminaries, including Abhijeet Sawant, DJ Hardik, Hitesh Kanabar, Dr Rinky Kapoor, and Komal Kare Joshi.

Neha Kare Kanabar, the founder of UNIMO Universe of Moms, organized the Rangoli Awards ceremony, which recognized 31 women achievers with extraordinary stories. Out of the 320 applications received, 80 finalists were chosen. The event was a networking extravaganza, featuring enriching mentoring sessions, felicitations, and a breathtaking opportunity to network overlooking the Arabian Sea. The mentor sessions were conducted by subject experts Bhavesh Kothari, Bandita Patro, Akshada Bharade, and Ishna Batra.

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Abhijeet Sawant was particularly honored as the REAL INDIAN IDOL by the UNIMO community, which has 22 hyperlocal chapters worldwide, including MUMO Mumbai Moms in Mumbai and INMO Indore Moms in Indore, among others. UNIMO actively engages on FB, WhatsApp, and IG and is looking to connect with ambitious women leaders who wish to take franchisee of UNIMO and be a part of this vibrant community in their own city.

UNIMO Universe of Moms started nine years ago with a mission of celebrating women who have lost their identity in the journey of motherhood, stressing over the importance of mothers and their “me” time. The community has created a sustainable impact by conducting more than 700 online/offline events to support and network. They have driven more than 51 social causes, adopted a village, and supported the livelihood of other moms. UNIMO is a meta-certified community with over 5 lakh registered mothers, and they are present on FB, IG, LinkedIn, and WhatsApp. Their tagline, “Ek break to banta hai,” highlights the importance of mothers and their me-time.

Brands targeting mothers as their key demographic have found UNIMO to be a very effective social media amplification platform. UNIMO also organizes physical meet-ups outside the virtual chatter to bring mothers together, giving them a well-deserved break online and offline.

The Rangoli Awards ceremony is yet another example of UNIMO’s commitment to promoting women empowerment and celebrating the achievements of extraordinary women. The organization has just launched UNIMO 2.0, aimed at taking things to the next level, with a new tagline, “Mere Paas Maa Hai,” resonating deeply with mothers who find solace in a supportive community.

Joining the community is easy – simply scan the code and become a part of the vibrant ecosystem. Alternatively, interested individuals can contact UNIMO Universe of Moms directly through their official channels.