By Tricitynews Reporter
Chandigarh 05th May:- Pearl Academy, India’s leading institution in design, fashion, creative businesses and media showcased path breaking ideas of more than 200 students from its School of Creative Business’ at Pearl Portfolio 2017. Pearl Portfolio is the annual graduating event of Pearl Academy where students from the graduating batch showcase their work to the industry. Eminent guest of honour at the event were Jayant Sinha, Minister of State for Civil Aviation and Padma Bhushan Dr MB Athreya, Indian Author, Educationist & Management Advisor.
The event also witnessed presentations by students on the unique business themes such as ‘innovation in children wear’ and ‘creative marketing strategy for the millennials’. These presentations showcased the creative thinking and innovative approach these students have to business management. The event also hosted a thought provoking panel discussion with industry experts on the ‘effects of demonetization on the fashion and luxury business’.
Appreciating the bright ideas from the students, Jayant Sinha, Minister of State for Civil Aviation said that he is delighted to see the student work and their creative business ideas. The creative business and luxury market offers huge potential for these students to be successful in their chosen domains. This generation of budding entrepreneurs is thinking about building a global size business and have those benchmarks. It is important to plan scalable business ideas to succeed. He is sure with all the brilliant training and education that you have got at Pearl Academy, all of you will play a significant role in what we call as making of a ‘New India’.
Prof Nandita Abraham, CEO, Pearl Academy said that he is really happy to see the ideas that students have showcased today. For last 23 years, our students have made us proud by shining in their respective creative domains. Our expectations of this graduating batch are no different and he is sure that all of them will create a niche for themselves in the industry.