BANGALORE, India--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sangeeta Kulkarni, Co-founder & CEO, Brickwork India was presented with the “Most Promising Entrepreneur” award by Enterprise Asia. The Asia Pacific Entrepreneurship Award (APEA) is a recognition of Sangeeta’s outstanding strategic vision and direction in transforming Brickwork India into a global leader in Remote Executive Assistance (REATM) services.
The APEA is often compared to the Olympics for its stringent entry criteria and highly-competitive judging parameters. This year the award witnessed participation from over 8000 applicants from 32 countries and the winners were selected by a confidential balloting process by an independent judging panel.
Sangeeta said “An entrepreneur is always in a solution provider mode and needs to be flexible and innovative at all times. I am delighted to receive this award which recognises and encourages entrepreneurial effort.”
Brickwork India is a certified by WEConnect International, USA as a Women-owned Business Enterprise (WBE) and is probably the only Virtual Executive Assistant company with an ISO27001:2013 certification for data security.
About Sangeeta Kulkarni
An alumnus of Boston University and Northwestern University, USA, Sangeeta took a 5-member start-up to a 350 strong workforce, with a concentrated focus on business excellence and innovative people practices. She has successfully built a global brand by catering to the diverse requirements of clients across industries and across 116 countries.
Sangeeta is the recipient of “The Women Entrepreneur of the Year - 2015” by the Software Technology Parks of India and the “Women Leadership Award” at the World Women Leadership Congress 2016.
Sangeeta is personally involved in CSR activities through the “Brickwork Pragathi Foundation” which focuses on skills training for underprivileged youth to make them economically independent
About Brickwork India
Brickwork India pioneered the concept of Remote Executive AssistanceTM in 2005, to make the benefits of outsourcing available to individuals and smaller companies, through personalised one-to-one assistance in the Admin, Business information and IT space. This concept found instant worldwide recognition and media attention, including the New York Times best seller "The World is Flat" by Thomas Friedman and "The 4-Hour Work Week" by Timothy Ferris. Brickwork’s clientele ranges from Fortune 500-companies to start-ups and entrepreneurs, spread across 116 countries.