Rohini Kappadath is not one to rest on her laurels. She is always looking to make a change for the better. Having recently set up her independent consulting firm, her mantra is ‘disruption’.
“Rather than following one path, everyone should disrupt themselves every now and then. Disrupt and reinvent.”
She has carved a niche for herself in the corporate world and now wants to introduce another dimension into it—social entrepreneurship. And that’s where Shareboxing comes in.
The idea behind Shareboxing is that you need to sort out your favourite items pertaining to a certain age, time or phase in your life and put it in a “Sharebox”. This is then delivered to a central area where someone who will love it as much as you did when you used it and will find a use for it.
“Share boxing is going to change the culture of sharing in Australia because the key ingredient is love. We need to now start looking at working with Councils and take it global,” says Rohini, who continues to be a strategic adviser to government and industry.
“I’m still very much engaged in being an expert on Australia and India relations. My aim is to turn Sharebox into an Australian icon.”
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