Rajpreet started Say Cheese to make a meaningful difference in the lives of Indian women by helping them navigate the triangle of influence – career, relationships, and health. She says Say Cheese aspires to be the ‘go to’ place for women just like LinkedIn is for professionals and Amazon is for shopping.
It aims to build a community of closely connected women, offering services across various areas like coaching, mentoring, fitness, mental health, upskilling, peer-to-peer learning, among others
In January 2021, Say Cheese was named the 1st Runner-up at the Wharton Entrepreneurship Acceleration Program (EAP): Scaling Your Business. Say Cheese has also entered a multi-year agreement with Kritical Edge Consulting (KE), who is its strategic marketing partner. In March, Say Cheese received its first round of funding from an Indian angel investor, Naved Khan, an entrepreneur from Sydney.
“In 2021, have set ambitious targets that include building our network to 10,000 members, personalised approach based on HER assessment, onboarding several women leaders as mentors, and create a robust services eco-system that garners opportunities for women across various sectors,” Rajpreet says.