February 4 2016,  15.44 PM IST || Pocket News Alert

·         One-stop-shop for a complete Vodafone experience

·         Vodafone ensures ease and comfort for women customers visiting the store

Haryana, February 04, 2016: Strengthening its commitment towards women empowerment, Vodafone India, one of India’s leading telecommunications service providers, today launched the ‘Vodafone Angel store’ in Ambala. A unique step of women empowerment, ‘Vodafone Angel stores’ are Vodafone retail outlets managed and run entirely by women employees. This initiative is in line with Vodafone’s endeavor of encouraging diversity and inclusion at workplace by constantly improving and reinventing itself and offering its employees with best in industry workplace conditions.

The store was formally inaugurated by Mohit Narru, Business Head – Haryana circle, Vodafone India. Located at 172 B, Rai market, Ambala Cantt, the Vodafone Angel store boasts of only women staff members, including security, pantry staff, customer service resources as well as management level personnel. The retail outlet caters to a large residential populace of the area and is a one stop shop for all Vodafone as well as prospective customers.

Expressing great pride at having this unique Vodafone women employee initiative being launched in Ambala, Mohit Narru, Business Head–Haryana circle, Vodafone India said ‘We believe economic empowerment of women is a great building block in social development. The Angel store is Vodafone’s endeavour to provide our women employees with one of the most secure and productive working environments in the city. Vodafone India has always laid great emphasis on equal rights and opportunities for our employees and our policies encourage women employees to aspire for and achieve their career ambitions. We are confident that our Angel Store staff members will excel in their tasks and succeed in making this store one of the finest Vodafone stores in Haryana. Going forward, we will continue to expand the Vodafone Angel Store network across more locations.”