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Della Leaders Club – Delhi Chapter hosts its Second Intellect Pop up Event in the City

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New Delhi [India], April 26 (ANI/PNN): DLC’s Delhi Chapter hosted its second Intellect Pop up, also the 5th edition of DLC Intellect Pop-Up in presence of its founder Jimmy Mistry.

With its global presence, DLC is the world’s 1st Business Platform designed envisaging a dynamic network offering young leaders, entrepreneurs and professionals access to like-minded members from every industry not limited to business but also art, media, entertainment, economics, cyber security and much more all centered around excellence.

The Intellect Pop up, is an exclusive event and a melting pot of knowledge, intellect, and lifestyle never seen before. DLC Intellect Pop-Up is curated to offer a fun-filled evening of inspiring conversations, impact stories, workshops, art and entertainment that introduces one to the world of extraordinary entrepreneurs, professionals and young leaders. What sets DLC apart unlike other global communities is their evaluation and measure of a leader’s success by not the personal net worth but by the number of human lives they touched positively and their efforts taken to heal the planet.

DLC is also a social enterprise using cutting-edge technology & content working towards building a world that is better, stronger & kinder. They are working and constantly creating future-fit organizations by positively impacting the lives of Entrepreneurs, Professionals, and Young Leaders.

Speaking on the occasion, Jimmy Mistry – Founder, Della Leaders Club said,” “I’m excited to host our second Intellect Pop up for the Delhi Chapter. The National Capital is a melting pot like all other global chapters and a great opportunity for exchange of knowledge and ideas.

Samir Modi, Executive director, Modi Enterprises said, “I am very delighted as this initiative will be great for new age business personalities, entrepreneurs and self-starters. As the work culture in the country is changing, I am glad to see that such a space has been created that not only touches but changes lives.”

Suhel Seth, Indian businessman and columnist said, “I am glad to be a part of the DLC and felicitate the avant-garde endeavors of this global community that exclusively offers round the clock access to like-minded leaders from across the world.

Padma Shri Designer, Sunita Kohli added,” The highlight of the Intellect Pop up is that it doesn’t limit itself to any one specialization. I congratulate Jimmy for conceptualizing such a unique property and creating such an opportunity to the lifestyle and design space through DLC.

Dr. Pushpinder Punia, Senior Advisor for Finance & Taxation to BCCI exclaimed,” Such an enterprising platform is nowhere to be found other than DLC!”

Aishwarya Bansal, Co-Founder of Smart World Developers thanked Jimmy Mistry, to have thought of a beautiful platform that is DLC, for leaders to come and be a part of.

The Delhi Chapter Intellect Pop Up saw presence of new age entrepreneurs, think tanks and creators alike. Leading personalities like super model and entrepreneur Lakshmi Rana, fashion designer Suket Dhir, reality show fame actor and model Mia Lakra, Raahuul Kapoor, Co-Founder of Smart World Developers, Rakshit Tandon and many more graced the event.

With multiple chapters across the globe, DLC is headquartered in Mumbai and has presence across Delhi, Kolkata, Bangalore, Ahmedabad, Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune and Indore in India with plans for more cities and chapters toward the end of the year.

Join the Community

Be a part of the movement. DLC invites Delhi residents for paid memberships and be a part of this global community. Membership to the World’s 1st Business Platform is by invite only. Log on to www.dellaleaders.com and join the waitlist.

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