Platinum Jubilee Pageant Commemorative Album Features Indian Women-led Startup LXME
By: WE Staff | Monday, 6 June 2022
The Official Platinum Jubilee Pageant Commemorative Album, launched in honour of the Queen of the United Kingdom Elizabeth II, features LXME, India's women-first financial startup. This New album was released on June 5 as part of the United Kingdom's four-day Jubilee celebrations.
The Queen's Official Platinum Jubilee Pageant Commemorative Album chronicles the Queen's 70-year reign as monarch, as well as a select group of remarkable individuals and organisations from around the United Kingdom and Commonwealth. This is the sole official book that has been published, and it is published by St James's House in the United Kingdom. It was written by Robert Jobson and Katie Nicholl, with Tom Parker Bowles contributing.
According to the press release, LXME is a woman-first financial platform focused at addressing financial gender disparity. It is named after the Hindu goddess of prosperity, Lakshmi. The company was formed in mid-2020 with the goal of making money management easier for women.
Priti Rathi Gupta, the organization's creator, has helped over 100,000 women improve their financial literacy and financialize their tiny savings. Rathi is a Harvard Business School graduate who has served as the CEO of the financial services conglomerate Anand Rathi, as well as the CEO of YPO and the founder of Ishka Films.
Gupta expressed her gratitude after winning the award, “We are humbled and immensely honoured to have received this global recognition of all our efforts and tribulations in empowering Indian women. At LXME, it has been our endeavour to simplify finance for Indian women and encourage them to take charge of their finance. This global recognition will enable us to demonstrate the advantages of greater equality, diversity and inclusion in the financial and investments sector.”