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Women Entrepreneurs Rule At Blind School Diwali Mela

Women entrepreneurs were a key feature at this year’s Diwali mela that was organised by the Blind School Association. The week-long mela got over yesterday. “I have been putting up my stall at this mela since eight years now and every time it’s a better experience than last year,” says Geeta Agarwaal of Akriti. Women(…)


WCD Ministry to have a council of women entrepreneurs

As the number of female entrepreneurs is growing, the world is taking notice of them. In a new, the Women and Child Development Ministry has announced to build a national-level advisory council for women entrepreneurs. The aim of this council would be to focus on the problems being faced by them and delegate those problems(…)


#StartUpIndia: Shanti Mohan helps fund startups with Lets Venture

Shanti Mohan is changing the way startups fund themselves. With her effort, LetsVenture she enables startups looking to raise seed or angel money by connecting them to interested investors. An effort she put together in 2013, Letsventure.com has grown leaps and bounds mirroring the massive surge in the startup space. Also Watch: Swati Bhargava of(…)


Big focus on women entrepreneurs at #StartUpIndia initiative

India’s top women entrepreneurs will be at the StartUp Day initiative organised by the government of India, led by DIPP Secretary Amitabh Kant. Radhika Agarwal of Shopclues, Suchi Mukherjee of Limeroad, Priyanka Gill of PopXo, Pranshu Patni of Culture Alley and many other female founders will be present at this mega event. The event celebrate(…)


Starbucks’ Avani Davda on how inspiration fires you up

It is two-and-a-half years since Avani Davda took on the top job at Tata Starbucks. She was mentored at Bombay House before being handpicked into a leadership role when Tatas partnered Starbucks in 2011. Davda worked on the project right from scratch at Starbucks’ headquarters in Seattle before Starbucks opened its first store in India(…)


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