Having grown up on a rich dose of traditional and contemporary arts and crafts, Mayura is a self proclaimed cultural junkie who’s tried her hand at most things creative!
An MBA graduate from the Indian School of Business (ISB), Hyderabad,she has grassroots level exposure to India’s rich cultural heritage from handling a national craft and culture based rural tourism project with UNDP India, spread across 36 villages in 20 states.
She has proven experience across the entire handicrafts value chain from sourcing, grassroots capacity building, and design development to improving operational efficiency and enabling marketing across multiple channels.
Mayura has over 14 years of experience spanning Corporate, Development and Education sectors. She is a recipient of NABARD’s Social Entrepreneur Fellowship as part of their Rural Innovations Fund, 2013-14.
Her vision is for citizens and corporates alike to extend the concept of “Make in India” to promote and preserve everything that’s handmade in India.