Empowering Universal Music Artist Drops New Single & Chats Women’s Rights

International pop star Ananya Birla,  has become a leading agent of social change and women’s rights in India, and today marks the worldwide release of her addictive new single Hold On on Universal Music.
With her previous single Meant to Be remixed by Afrojakand nearly 15 million YouTube viewsHold On is on track to become an even bigger hit.
She has already sold millions of records and graced international magazine covers, but Ananya is also known for empowering women from India and around the world by creating a micro-finance system  that supports underprivilegedwomen to achieve their dreams. Set to continue conquering the pop charts, we would love to set up an interview to share Ananya‘s remarkable journey, music and message of worldwide female empowerment.
Please see following link to the brand new lyric video of Hold On here:
A true inspiration for young women everywhere, Ananya hasn’t wasted any time realizing what she wants in life.
Cultivating what she has learned from her years of schooling at Oxford University and her acute awareness of the inequalities that plague us every day, Ananya hopes to create a positive global change in the world one project at a time.
As profiled in Forbes Magazine, Ananya has cut out a spot for herself among the elite in the business world.
While most teenagers at the age of 17 are getting ready to graduate high school, Ananya was creating her first start-up, Svatantra Microfinance.
With a strong vision for helping women become economically self-sustainable, Ananya created the microfinance organization to support women entrepreneurs in the Indian rural areas to further grow their business.
As of April 2016, the company had grown to more than 600 employees across 70 branches in four Indian states, and won the Gold Award for Best Start-Up.
A woman with no limits, Ananya‘s second business, CuroCarte, curates rare, highquality, handicrafts designed for the 21st century luxe society from across the globe and makes them accessible through an e-commerce  platform.

 


 

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