Safeducate, India’s largest training, skilling and consulting firm that specializes
in the domains of Supply Chain Management & Logistics, has announced the launch of “Safepreneurs”, an initiative to promote women entrepreneurs. The company has identified five women drivers in the Logistics & Supply Chain sector, with entrepreneurial aspirations, and aims to facilitate their entrepreneurial journey by providing requisite training over a course of time and offering them ownership of vehicle post completion of the training stage.
Safepreneurs is a rewards and recognition programme where each selected woman driver will be given an opportunity to be associated with Safeducate and fulfill their entrepreneurial goals. The minimum eligibility criteria for this programme was that the participant should be well-trained in driving, possess a valid license and should know the local language of the area they are going to be driving in.
Under the Safepreneur initiative, Safeducate will be giving these five women a truck or carry vehicle against a minimal security deposit. The company will be responsible for training them in driving skills and with latest applications; providing business support, and giving them commissions on achieving certain targets. After a period of five years, the truck will be transferred in each of these women’s names, who can then opt to continue the business on their own terms. Safeducate will also provide a new truck to the women after completion of five years of association with the company.
Divya Jain, Founder and CEO, Safeducate, said, "It is our constant endeavour to help the Indian workforce upskill to its full potential. With Safepreneurs, we are proud to push forward the ‘Girl Power’ narrative and give these women entrepreneurs a great platform to start off with. We will support them throughout the programme with whatever they need to take their business forward and help them gain the skills they need for the industry. Having the vehicle to themselves at the end of the program, too, will help these women entrepreneurs sustain their businesses in the long run and lead their lives independently."