After moving to Gurgaon from Indore after her marriage, Prerna Dugar had been striving to do something creative and productive with her time. First, she thought of opening an ethnic wear boutique, similar to one she had been running in Indore with her sister. But after assessing the market she veered towards the idea of(…)
At the first glimpse, the lively interaction between the spirited women entrepreneurs at the Indo-Israel Women Entrepreneurs looked like a reunion of long-lost friends. The attendees shared their stories of struggles, second doubts and coming to acknowledge and hone their creative ambitions. The sea of women simultaneously nodded their heads at every instance someone chose(…)
From a doctor to a designer, crafter to a writer, Charmaine Rathish has had an unusual professional journey with varied experiences, digressing paths which she feels ‘have added to make it rich and multi-hued’. Charmaine is a homeopathic doctor by profession but she has also been an artist, volunteered with several NGO’s, been an administrator(…)
Like many entrepreneurial journeys, Namrata Jain’s was also born from a challenge that she faced and then wanted to solve for everyone. She had always been fond of decorating her home – and not just in a big bang, once-in-a-while renovation kind of way, but rather curating and collecting things over time, piece by piece.(…)
Bangalore-based Aparna Athreya’s self-funded startup –‘The Kid and Parent Foundation’– is running a conventional education system, not to bore, but to inspire children and parents about the fun-learning process.
Sunita Maheshwari, the co-founder of Teleradiology Solutions, one of the best radiology companies for radiology services in India, describes herself as “one of those kids who always knew she wanted to go to medical school”. Her first love was medicine and not technology. But as luck and destiny would have it, the two came together(…)
SheThePeople.TV and Twitter hosted a panel discussion on women in technology as part of the month-long #SheLeadsIndia campaign. Panelists included Twitter’s own Keya Madhvani, Mona Gandhi of Airbnb and Shreya Mishra, founder of Flyrobe.
SheThePeople.TV and Twitter India hosted a panel discussion on women in media as part of the #SheLeadsIndia campaign. The panelists spoke about sexism in the media, cyber security and the importance of mentorship.
On International Women’s Day, here are eight Indian women who have forged their own destinies and carved their own careers, letting nothing and no one get in the way of their dreams. Gitanjali Surendran, Lawyer 1. “It is important for one to find the things that speak to you… but there needs to be a larger systemic change. Women are(…)