The ANOKHI Community Spotlight is a space for small businesses, charities, and personal "hero" stories to receive awareness across our magazine blog during the weekends. These articles will also be shared across our social media platforms and be distributed to our newsletter community, totalling over 2 million active members, followers, and subscribers from around the world.
This is a completely free service that we are providing to South Asians centric initiatives from anywhere in the world, to support those who cannot afford to advertise. If you or someone you know could benefit from this service, please email us at [email protected], for a chance to be featured. Good luck!
South Asians In Sports Provides A Network & Resource Space For Those Working In The Sports Industry
When it comes to providing a professional support space for South Asians who are working in the sports industry, amazingly there wasn't much available. That's why Neha D. Uberoi Khangoora a former professional tennis player with the WTA, decided it was time to change that.
How I Have Manifested All Of My Dreams Including Writing My First Book
Annie Koshy is a multi-media maverick who after leaving a long-term relationship, decided to change course and focus on all of her dreams. One by one, with zeal and flair she managed to check them off of her list. Now having released her first ever book, she shows us how she managed to put her head down and make it all happen.
Knackstor Connects Seniors With Unique Skills With Those Looking For Contract Hires
When seniors retire some feel that they are losing a sense of their value. Knackstor comes in and provides an unique platform where seniors who have skills to offer to can be matched up with businesses as contract workers, or even be hired as instr
How I Ignored A Publisher's Advice And Turned Into A Best-Selling Author
Saurav Dutt wanted to turn his passion for storytelling into something more tangible. Publishers told him that if his South Asian stories didn't involve cookie cutter plot lines, no one would be interested. He then took matters into his own hands. He pushed through and left the naysayers behind and becaming a best-selling author. Here is his story.
LAILY Designs Chic Custom-Made Gowns For The Woman Who Wants To Look Like A Million Bucks
New to Canada, Laily Nazary always dreamt of being a fashion designer. With two kids in tow, she decided to enroll in school and graduated and now she has LAILY, a thriving business creating beautiful custom-made creations for the confidant woman. My Business: LAILY ...
How I Took My Mental Health Awareness And Created A Space For My Community
Growing up Jessie Brar knew that she had something that needed to be addressed. But she didn't know what it was. She just knew that things were just not adding up for her. It wasn't until hearing a presentation where two South Asian men spoke about their own mental health issues, the related sym ...
Flow International Creates Sustainable, Affordable & Reusable Period Underwear & Pads
Dr. Amy K. Patel needed a sensible, sustainable solution to her menstrual needs. So, she decided to take matters into her own hands and created a line of reusable, affordable period underwear and pads with Flow International. My Business: ...
My Journey As A Domestic Abuse Survivor
Jag Moondi thought she had the perfect life that every girl dreams about. "The fairytale romance. The love. The companionship. The wonderfully doting husband. The kids. The house." All of that shattered. Here is her story as a domestic abuse survivor. Domestic violence is a major issue ...
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