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Walking the green mile

The Mahindra Group continued to lead the way when it came to businesses taking effective action against climate change. It was the only Indian corporate to be listed as an “Organization to Watch” by the GreenBiz Group in its prestigious 2019 ‘State of Green Business’ report.The report analyzes key trends and metrics to assess how companies worldwide are adapting their business models to address the existential threat of climate change.

Averting a climate crisis

At the United Nations’ Climate Action Summit in New York, on September 23, 2019, Anand Mahindra, Chairman, Mahindra Group, addressed world leaders, governments, business conglomerates, and urged them to take on an urgent and collective course of action in tackling the climate crisis and to recognize the key role that companies play in driving progress on the global agenda.

A SMART Academy for women

To mark the occasion of International Women’s Day, the Tech Mahindra Foundation launched an all-women SMART Academy for Healthcare in Mumbai. The state-of-the-art institute is aimed at helping women make a career in the healthcare sector. It is equipped with hospital simulated labs, industry-relevant study material, and experienced faculty to help young women make a career in the healthcare sector.

Women rising

A common perception is that an automobile workshop is a man’s domain. The Mahindra Group dispelled this notion in October, by launching India’s first, all-women run automobile workshop in Jaipur. This initiative is a part of Mahindra’s #pinkcollar program that encourages the participation of women in the workforce, particularly in core sectors and bring more women on board across roles in the automotive industry.

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  • The Mahindra Museum of Living History encapsulates the rich legacy of the Mahindra Group through interpretive art and has gained global recognition. It is listed in Indian Institute of Management – Ahmedabad archives and is also a finalist for the INT Design Awards 2023 in the ‘Public Interior Design’ category. 
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    Collaborate with advocacy groups
    Participate in industry inclusion events
    Offer training programmes for other organisations