Skål International Delhi Club—125 announced a slew of events for 2018. The agenda is to add value to its members, making it more relevant. The Club will host knowledge sessions in association with Washington Skål Club and introduce a wellness programme.
The Club is hosting its first wellness programme on April 15 at Nehru Park, New Delhi. The members will be able to enjoy various active and wellness activities based on health and age like nature walk, yoga and meditation and cycling tour, informed Ranjit Vig, Secretary, Skål International Delhi-125. Vig further added that this year, the club has witnessed an increase of 26 per cent in membership, making it the largest club. The announcement was made at a special dinner event hosted at Le Meridien Gurgaon.
The gathering was also a way to boost the morale of one its members, Ajeet Bajaj, Managing Director, Snow Leopard Adventures and his daughter Deeya Bajaj who are undertaking an expedition to climb Mount Everest soon.
Sharing details about the activities of the club, Vig added, “For the first time, Skål Delhi has formulated an events calendar to have a clear agenda for the year. The same has been shared with all the members to allow them enough time to plan wholeheartedly.”
“The aim of these sessions is to offer a platform for members to engage in meaningful discussions and grow professionally as well as personally”
The club has also strengthened its PR and communication arm by making inroads to various social media platforms, informed Sunil Ghadiok, President, Skål Delhi. He said, “We will be twinning with Washington Skål Club, wherein like-minded members will come together to find business opportunities, network and share the best business practices. An agenda is underway and will be announced soon.” It was also noted that the wellness committees of the club have taken initiatives to support child education.
Ghadiok further elaborated at the Club plans to bring eminent speakers during its luncheons. “I believe we need to provide value to industry colleagues for them to become Skål members,” he says.