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I constantly find myself in the middle of infuriating conversations, where people think women asking for certain things – such as help if they are indisposed,...
business Supriya Jain
location_on Bangalore / Bengaluru
Supriya has spent over 12 years as a storyteller, marketing professional, and facilitator. She has consulted over 50 large B2B and B2C clients as well as startups on their brand messaging, story, and content strategy and has 500+ hours of training under her belt.
An entrepreneur at heart, she stepped out of a lucrative corporate career to follow her passion and successfully founded a boutique marketing consultancy. Her skill with words has made her the voice of many a CEO and Chairpersons in leading organizations. She has personally been published on reputed platforms such as the World Economic Forum on a variety of topics including technology, entrepreneurship, and women centric issues.
After losing her husband to a car accident, she spent years trying to have his baby via IVF. She fought all odds to bring him back; to have his child – a miracle of faith and science that materialized in 2018 – exactly 3 years after his father passed away. After this deeply personal journey, Supriya published her first book, A Piece of Him. Based on real life experience the book is a story of vulnerability, strength, and unflinching perseverance. This is the story of her life, an honest account of living through grief and conquering it. It’s also a story of fighting odds, prejudices, perceptions, and loneliness. Most importantly, it’s a story of resilience.
Based on her experiences, she is also writing her next book on personal resilience based on her own framework that she calls The Circle of Life. She also coaches people from all walks of life to lead happy and fulfilling lives.
Supriya is a single mom to a feisty 1.5-year old baby boy and a laid-back 4-year old Labrador.
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