July , 2024
ManipalCigna Health Insurance launches Women Advisor Programme to appoint 10,000 Women Advisors in India
22:43 pm

B.E. Bureau

ManipalCigna Health Insurance, one of India’s fastest-growing standalone health insurance company, announced the launch of a nationwide women empowerment drive focused on appointing more women as health insurance advisors. The Company plans to on-board 10,000 women advisors across India, with focused financial and health insurance training initiatives in different states. 

To Kick-start the initiative ManipalCigna Health Insurance has organised a women advisor programme named “Nayi Shuruaat, Expert Ke Saath” on the June 22, 2024, at the Park Prime Hotel Kolkata, and plans to around appoint 1,500+ women advisors as part of this initiative.

This women advisor initiative aims to offer an end-to-end training, support and certification programme designed to educate, train and empower women to become health insurance advisors. This event was graced by industry experts, including Sapna Desai, Chief Marketing Officer, and Rohit Mital, East Zonal Head, ManipalCigna Health Insurance. The event celebrated exceptional contribution and successful journey of women advisors through their “Women of Wonder” segment. 

Sapna Desai, Chief Marketing Officer, ManipalCigna Health Insurance commented, “Our nationwide women advisor programme, which aims to appoint 10,000 women as health insurance advisors, is part of a broader vision to harness the unique strengths and talents that women bring to the insurance industry. Women are the health custodians of their family and ensure their family’s wellbeing. By focusing on this initiative, we are not only promoting diversity and inclusion but also creating opportunities for women who are just starting their careers or those looking to restart. We are committed to empowering women and providing them with the resources and support they need to excel in their roles and make a significant impact in the industry.”

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