JetSynthesys, Warner Music India launch EkWomen, podcasting platform for South Asian women on Spotify

JetSynthesys, a digital entertainment and technology company and Warner Music India, have announced the launch of EkWomen, a new podcasting and networking platform for women.

EkWomen is conceived and produced by JetSynthesys’ Medha Jaishankar and Monika Patel – (former producer at BBC World and consultant at Reliance Entertainment and journalist/host Mid-Day, Uppercrust and JetSynthesys’ Daily Hinduism video series and Mata Monique podcasts).

The EkWomen podcast will share stories of the struggles and success faced by women of South Asian heritage. Speaking about the launch of EkWomen, Rajan Navani, Vice Chairman and Managing Director, JetSynthesys said, “At JetSynthesys, we have always aimed at building social communities, not just to bring people together, but to connect thoughts and ideologies. We are extremely delighted to join hands with Warner Music India once again to launch EkWomen, providing strength and support to South Asian diasporic women aiming to overcome challenges and achieve their dreams. The podcasts on the platform have been thoughtfully curated with stories of victories and struggles. We will soon bolster our other offerings on the platform to build a stronger network and a support system across the world.”

Jay Mehta, Managing Director, Warner Music India, said, “We are delighted to launch EkWomen in association with JetSynthesys. The initiative focuses on building an inspiring ecosystem for millions of South Asian women and empowering them with a hope to create their own success stories.”

EkWomen features prominent personalities across diverse sectors: Chef Maneet Chauhan (Judge on the ‘Chopped’ show); Shalini Vadhera, (celebrity make-up artist and entrepreneur); Payal Kadakia, (ClassPass founder, dancer and novelist); Ira Trivedi, (yogini and novelist); (Teach For India’s founder) Shaheen Mistri; (Leading UK Muslim female comic) Shazia Mirza; (Kama Sutra expert, storyteller and mythologist), Seema Anand; (philanthropist and humanitarian) Meera Gandhi; (renowned artist) Sujata Bajaj; (Pulitzer-winning journalist and Dean of Berkeley School of Journalism), Geeta Anand;  (author, activist and academic) Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni, and more.

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