Provides budding and established entrepreneurs from across the globe with a platform to exhibit their artifacts, home décor products, jewellery, accessories and apparel.
PURNAM, an exhibitions and events oraniser has brought together top talent from both India and abroad to a one-of-its kind
lifestyle exhibition in New Delhi’s The Ashoka Hotel.
Entrepreneurs from all the Indian cities of Mumbai, Amritsar, Jaipur and Kolkata exhibited exquisite home décor products, jewellery, gems, apparel in chiffon and silk, elaborate dupattas,
traditional apparel from Benares and delicate handicrafts amongst others.
A part of the proceeding from the exhibition was
donated to the NGO Akshay Pratishthan, with which the founders of PURNAM have been associated for many years now, according
to a company statement.
Indu Gupta, Co Founder, Purnam said: “Our endeavour at PURNAM has always been to enable entrepreneurs to widen their horizons with our exhibitions. This time we are also providing buyers the opportunity to get access to the best of lifestyle products
from across the globe. This exhibition will set a precedent for the exhibitions’ space in India with our long list of international participants. Staying true to our commitment of enriching society, we have tied up with Akshay Pratishthan, an NGO that contributes to the welfare of the less fortunate in society. A part of the earnings of the organisation will be contributed towards this noble cause.”
The long list of exhibitors included Lush Homme, Rock A Bella, Nazan by Indu Abbot, Prayaas – Hissar, Saina Fashion –
Amritsar, Bottom Line – Mumbai, Waves International, Zephyr by Jyoti Khosla, Swarn Export, Bezire by Deepa Mehra, Saru
International, Gunjan Jain.Gaurika Modi Sunanda from Mumbai, to name a few.
PURNAM was conceptualised to help driven exhibitors to define their own road in life by exposing them to an unlimited number
of buyers they would not meet otherwise.
PURNAM is an embodiment of the entrepreneurial flair of four spirited ladies. With a passion to serve, Saroj Bhatia, Indu Gupta, Jani Dhingra and Sarita Baluja joined hands to give exposure to entrepreneurs from different parts of the country and enable them to widen their horizons.
The four founders of PURNAM met each other in 1994 while working together for the reputed NGO, Akshay Pratishthan.
They organised fund-raising exhibitions in embassies and later realised that they could take this initiative forward by putting
together more such events that gave others a platform to showcase their talent and grow their businesses. In 2006, with this inspiration at its core, PURNAM was born.