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Unique gifting ideas For International Women’s Day

Women’s Day is right around the corner and we’ve got a whole bunch of ideas up our sleeve. Every year, March 8th is celebrated as a day to honour women around the world. Sure, every day should be women’s day, but it’s great to have a dedicated day to show the women in your lives just how special they are to you. At Inkmonk, we have garnered unique International women’s day gifts for corporates.

Admit it – the look on their face when they open a present and love it, is worth all the effort.

Forget the clichéd flowers and chocolates; here’s a list of off-beat gifts for inspiration.

Power Bank

powerbankWomen love cool tech presents too! Buy her a power bank that you can customise, so her device’s charge is always full and she’s always ready to head out without having to worry. It’s also a fantastic present if she loves travelling – saves her the hassle of having to pack chargers all the time.







 Branded Mug

mugsEvery day starts with a cup of tea or coffee. Custom branding a mug for her will mean that she will remember and use this gift for a long, long time. Brand them with her initials, or even an inside joke! That way, it will also serve as a conversation starter. Check out how the best personalised coffee mugs with your custom logos printed on it.




Personalised Gadget Sleeve or Passport Holder

. passportsleeveImagine how you would feel if you woke up to a classy, personal branded ipad or laptop sleeve. Surprise your lady with a gadget holder suited to her phone/devices, with her initials on it. If she’s a travel buff, a branded passport sleeve will go a long way in earning you some brownie points too






organizerFor the organised person, there is nothing more therapeutic than writing everything down and having control over her day. For the woman who loves making lists and pays attention to detail, you can’t go wrong with an organiser. Again, you can have her initials stamped on it to make it extra special. Add to this some sticky note pads, coloured pens and paper clips, and you have the perfect gift!





Tote Bags

totebagWith the world getting increasingly conscious of plastic usage, a cotton tote bag is a fool-proof women’s day gift. You can buy strong cotton bags (available in a range of colours) and have a customised design printed on them. Does she like cats? Choose a kitty pattern! Maybe she likes funny quotes, or is a big foodie? It’s easy to design a fun bag that she can proudly carry with her everywhere she goes.





Goodie Basket


Can’t make up your mind? We don’t blame you. It’s not easy to zero in on the perfect women’s day gift! You can mix up these ideas, or simply put all of them to use in one large loving goodie basket. Add some munchies or a bottle of her favourite wine to truly make her day.






Talk to us at [email protected] for assistance with custom printing your gifts. Our team will be happy to partner with you to make women’s day extra special!

Top 10 successful Indian women.

10 successful Indian business women

With International Women’s day being around the corner on March 8th, we at are curating a lot of creative and unique women’s day gifting ideas for corporates. We have a huge list of merchandise for women’s day gifts. Do check us out. Meanwhile, we felt we are obliged to honour some of the successful Indian business women. Check out the top 10 successful Indian business women.



1Leadership is hard to define and good leadership even harder. But if you can get people to follow you to the ends of the earth, you are a great leader – Indra Nooyi

Indra Nooyi, second of the world’s most powerful women, is the chairperson and CEO of PepsiCo. A highly innovative, hardworking and an energetic person, Nooyi has helped shape the history of effervescent drinks in India for almost 13 years. Known for her leadership skills and an undying spirit in the Business world, Nooyi remains one the most favourite role model for management grads and students of all ages around the world.


2Clearly, for an organization to move on, it is the job of the leader to be that sponge that takes the stress from inside and the outside. – Chanda Kochhar

Thriving in the male dominated sphere of business is no easy task. And in India that too in the Banking sector, requires patience, humaneness and determination to carry on. Chanda Kochar has mastered all the arts of surviving and also being the best in the sector. CEO and MD of the ICICI group, Chanda Kochar is one of the top 20 powerful women in the world of Business. It was her strategic planning and insight that helped create a mark for the private banking sector in India.



3Learning, Living and Actions…. I move in Oneness. There is no positive. There is no negative. Simply, there ‘is’. -Indu Jain

Padma Bhushan Indu Jain, Chairperson of the Times group, is a woman of vigour and energy. She has under her wings, the full control of the Times Foundation which runs The Times of India – daily newspaper, Research Foundation and Community services. She is also the founder, chairperson of the FICCI. A lover of literature and culture, she supports the endeavours in the field of literature in every Indian language. A true Jain at heart, Indu spreads the message of Peace within First.


4I’ve had many failures in terms of technological… business… and even research failures. I really believe that entrepreneurship is about being able to face failure, manage failure and succeed after failing.- Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw

Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, is the chairman and managing director of Biocon Limited and also the chairperson of IIM-Bangalore. She broke the stereotype of women taking up business in India, when she established Biocon India, in Bangalore. She had to climb a ladder of hardships before she could establish the company in India. She had a difficult time obtaining loans, getting a work-place and also getting people to join the organization. Today, Kiran stands as the head of a leading bio-pharmaceutical company and a role model for all the aspiring women entrepreneurs in India.




We are so scared of getting uncomfortable and we are happy to be in safe zones as far as TV shows are concerned. No channel or production house takes risk to talk about the issues that existed in our society. – Ekta Kapoor

Ekta Kapoor, the creative head of the Balaji Telefilms is one of the youngest entrepreneurs in India beginning her career at the age of 17. In a short span, Ekta has been recognized as one of the best entrepreneurs in the film industry and she concentrated on Marriage and post marriage life and problems. Her biggest hit has been the “Dirty Picture” and the tele series “Bade Achhe Lagte Hain”




True leadership is about enabling voice of the youngest team member – Suchi Mukherjee

CEO of Limeroad, Suchi is a much sought after fashion lifestyle icon of young women in India. With her unwavering energy and leadership, she is creating history in the online business portal with lifestyle products. She wanted to bridge the gap between the product and the consumer and also make it fun in the process. Thus Limeroad was born and it has caught India in a storm, particularly the young women.






You need to stand up for oppressed persons, people who cannot stand up for themselves and for yourself. But never fight just for the sake of it. – Priya Paul

Referred to as the “First Lady of Boutique in India”, Priya Paul is a legendary figure in the hospitality industry in India. Inheriting the family business of hotels, at a very young age of 23, Priya took it with gusto and emerged as a successful entrepreneur. She is now the proud owner of 6 glamorous boutique hotels in the country. She is an eclectic personality, who indulges in art, literature and culinary arts.




8I started at the top in a non-existent industry. I had the great privilege to build the organization the way I wanted to. The important thing is to have a vision, clarity and the ability to mould people. It is also important to delegate enough so that people feel they have something worthwhile to do. Last, but most important, you have to encourage the teamwork ethic” – Simone Tata

Simone Tata, known as the “cosmetic czarina of India” is a Swiss-born Indian entrepreneur. She was the first person to introduce cosmetics to the Indian public. Working around style quotient, good ambience and reasonable pricing is her success mantra. Her foresight in predicting the Indian mindset in terms of cosmetics and her strategic planning, helped her establish Lakme and also shape it to become one of the major cosmetic products in the world.



9We cannot import technology from the West and hope it will work here. Farm sizes are small. Farming practices are different – Mallika Srinivasan

Tractor Queen as she is fondly called, Mallika is a new age wonder who will probably answer all the questions regarding implementation of technology in the farming industry in India. Her insights are changing TAFE too. With her at the helm, TAFE is seeing a lot of changes within a very short span. She has expanded the product range of TAFE and also established it as one of the best manufacturers of tractors.





“Never ever give up on your dreams just because you are a girl and that you have no support from anyone”- Deena Venugopal

One of the top 25 influential women in the country, Neelam Dhawan, MD of Hewlett Packard, India, is an exceptional Business executive. She had her fair share of failures before she went on to grab the coveted position. Her undaunted spirit and her determination to prove herself in the male dominated industry helped her in becoming what she is today. She remains the perfect example of a success story in the IT industry

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