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Nayana Nancy Patel Joins Triton EV
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                            New Delhi, Delhi, India:
                         India’s top EV manufacturing company Triton EV, in its commitment to give more power to women leaders in its top management has announced the joining of Ms Nayana Nancy Patel to drive Corporate Relations. When women become leaders, they provide a different set of skills, imaginative perspectives, and, importantly, structural and cultural differences that drive effective solutions bringing a creative standpoint.

 
Ms Nayana Nancy Patel has completed her management degree from Texas A&M University Bachelors in Business – Management, USA and had been recently elected as the first female president in the history of 31 years of Leuva Patidar Samaj of USA (LPS) a major community National Organization in USA.
 
On joining Triton EV’s Board she mentioned, “It gives a great pleasure to me in getting on boarded to an organization which is committed to make such an innovative and extremely important contribution towards clean energy, EV, smart manufacturing and advanced mobility. I hope to work for the organization in a proactive way and looking forward to have a great team work approach towards building a next gen great clean tech brand for India.”
 
She also stated “Within a more diverse workplace, the more likely creative ideas are going to be presented. This helps fuel growth and helps create more sustainability within an organization. Diversity in the workplace should not just prioritise women, but instead, have a fluid combination of both genders throughout the organization.”
 On this top management expansion, the company also announced its vision and commitment towards enhancing the participation of women in corporate activities.
 “We at Triton EV are working aggressively towards building a great product company which will be driven by innovative ideas and persistence approach. Personally and professionally, I strongly believe that the role of empowered women is very crucial in building the economy and in economic activity. On the line of responsible corporate commitment towards women empowerment, we are following a 30% reservation of Women workforce in Triton EV. This participation of women in Triton EV will be across the board,” commented Mr. Himanshu B Patel, Founder and Managing Director of Triton EV.Welcoming Ms Nayana Nancy Patel to the top management, Mr Himanshu said, “I am excited to have Ms Nancy in the leadership team of Triton EV. She comes with a great experience and networking and will be able to add great value in our growing organization.” Furthermore, “Communication is said and known to be among a woman’s strongest skill. Nancy Patel will utilise this power to enhance meaningful conversations with employers, co-workers, clients and partners, thus creating an open communication stream that creates a sense of clarity. We have no doubt that her skills and impeccable leadership qualities will be a great asset for our company and its vision.”

About Triton EV Triton Electric Vehicle LLC, the young and most enterprising Electric Vehicle company headquartered in Cherry Hill, New Jersey-USA, has unleashed its firm plans to enter India with its manufacturing facility set up. The company is in discussion with a few Indian states for setting up a well-equipped EV car manufacturing base in India with all the advanced technologies and state of the art infrastructure.

https://www.tritonev.co/

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