‘TransFormation’: A Mumbai salon run by transgender persons to promote inclusivity


Deutsche Bank and Rotary Club of Bombay have teamed up to open Mumbai’s first transgender-run salon on Saturday, March 25 in an effort to create equal employment opportunities. TransFormation Salon’s hiring and training of personnel have been supported by the partners. The business will receive initial assistance from them before being administered as a for-profit enterprise by the Pride Business Network Foundation. The salon is located in the Prabhadevi locality of Mumbai and employs professionally trained beauticians, a majority of whom will be from the LGBTQIA+ community. The opening of the salon will lead to more opportunities for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) individuals. This is in accordance with the common vision and goals of Deutsche Bank and Rotary Club of Bombay. It is one of the numerous programmes that these organisations operate to diversify the workforce via opportunity and skill development.

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