Aizawl, March 27: Lalhlupuii Ralte, a female entrepreneur from Mizoram, has set an awe-inspiring example for others through her exceptional work. She is passionately dedicated to preserving the indigenous plant species of the region, and her start-up, Zo Bio Hub, is a shining example of her vision.
Founded in 2018, Zo Bio Hub is dedicated to promoting the cultivation and preservation of plant species while also empowering women in rural communities. Ralte’s start-up focuses on the cultivation, processing, and marketing of indigenous plant species in Mizoram.
The company collaborates with rural women farmers to produce high-quality products from these plants, such as essential oils, herbal teas, and natural cosmetics. By doing so, Zo Bio Hub not only creates jobs for women in rural areas but also raises awareness about the significance of preserving the region’s unique biodiversity.
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Ralte’s work with Zo Bio Hub is a source of inspiration for anyone interested in entrepreneurship, conservation, and social impact. In 2019, the company was honoured with the Best Social Enterprise Award at the North East India Fashion and Design Week, acknowledging its tremendous contribution to the region.
Ralte has created a business that not only brings positive change to the lives of rural women but also contributes to the conservation of Mizoram’s rich biodiversity. Her innovative approach to entrepreneurship and conservation has been recognized by various local and national media outlets, earning her a reputation as a trailblazer in her field.
Her example shows that with passion, commitment, and innovation, we can create businesses that not only thrive but also bring positive change to our communities and the world at large.