Della Leaders Club Launched Its Intellect Pop Up In Bangalore

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Tech start-up Della Leaders Club, the world’s 1st technology-enabled business platform, recently launched DLC Intellect Pop Up in Bangalore and the most influential chaps were present.

DLC is the brainchild of Jimmy Mistry, a first-generation serial entrepreneur who has innovated “The World’s first business platform” to offer a 6-degree support system for transformative leaders by invitation only membership to the world’s most influential community.

Ace Designer Prasad Bidappa and Jimmy Mistry along with other influential people at the launch event.
Mentored by World leaders

Supported and mentored by the top leaders in the city, Della Leaders Club is a Global Community of entrepreneurs, professionals, and young leaders giving equal importance to business and lifestyle for the entire family.

Why Join DLC?

DLC is for Entrepreneurs, Professionals, and Young Leaders. It is for anybody who aspires to grow, connect, transform, and lead from the front to create future-fit organizations that solve complex problems. The platform gives you exclusive access to leaders from diverse backgrounds so that you can learn from their experiences in an environment of open sharing and trust and overcome any personal or professional challenge.

DLC is for anyone, who craves a leadership experience that is built on the solid foundation of a strong and inspired community of global leaders. Membership covers members, spouses, and adult children.

As a part of its first round of fund-raising, Della Leaders Club aims to raise Rs 50 Crore ($7 Million) in three months, valuing the firm at US$ 70mn. This initial funding will be invested into creating a robust technology backend for the company and chapter development and setting up a State of Art infrastructure for DLC expansion globally and in India. DLC has already invested in a cutting-edge tech-enabled platform that is being developed under the guidance of a globally renowned mentor & team of consultants. The membership revenue is projected for three months from the launch of each phase and the membership fee is estimated at USD $4000 per year. With this model, the community plans to clock revenues of US $ 380 million in the next 5 years.



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