Gayatri Jolly of MasterG: 5 Things I Wish Someone Told Me Before I Became A Founder

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August 23, 2021

Authority MagazineAug 7 

Success means power. The perception of this power is myriad and has to come to associate itself with selfish reasons. With each step forward, a business gains mettle and power. We use this power to change what has been accepted from centuries ago and help the society and communities evolve out of an orthodox mindset. We have used our success to stand against all unethical and exploitative practices in the apparel industry as well as in women’s personal life. We aim to use this success further to bring change in individual and collective lives.

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