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Women Entrepreneurs Building India’s Digital Future

This new wave of women leaders is multiplying the economic opportunities, setting innovative ideas in motion and becoming catalysts for social change

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The First Sprigs Of Spring?

This annual BW Businessworld property celebrates and recognises outstanding women entrepreneurs – leaders who have not only shattered the glass ceiling – but also effected innovation through their path-breaking ideas, to create a positive change in India’s business ecosystem

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India, Women Entrepreneurs, MSME World

Goenka said that female labour force participation has been a problem in India and has actually fallen from 34 per cent in 2004 to 2005 to about 25 per cent in 2017-2018. In the post-pandemic world, this would have fallen further.

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Women Entrepreneurs, Present World And Emerging Business

About 58 per cent of the female leaders were between the ages of 19-35 when they started. In a fiscal year, nearly 73 per cent of the stated revenue is around Rs 10 lakhs. Around 57 per cent of these females began a solo, with no other members or funding.

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Year 2022: Decoding Women Entrepreneurship

In a generally male-dominated world, women are finally conquering their feet to celebrate entrepreneurial thoughts and pace their direction to become effective businesswomen.

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68% PMMY Accounts Held by Women Entrepreneurs: Centre

For the current financial year (FY), a target of sanction of Rs. 3 lakh crore has been fixed for MLIs. State/UT-wise and Gender-wise targets are not allocated by the Government under PMMY.

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Women Entrepreneurs To The Fore

The road to success is not always smooth as there are mountains to be scaled and difficult conversations to be had. Despite the challenges, women entrepreneurs of today are able to successfully juggle between employees, clients and family

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How Indian Women Entrepreneurs Are Making Their Mark In India’s Booming Startup Industry

The ability to juggle many roles at work and at home makes them better at managing time and priorities, leading to almost doubling their efficiencies and leading to an overall impact on the country’s growth and future.

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Shiprocket Records Multifold Jump In D2C Women Sellers On Its Platform

Shiprocket observed that a large chunk of the traction from women sellers, over 24 per cent, came from social media while online stores accounted for more than 12 per cent, offline channels comprising nearly 10 per cent.

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Women's Journey Through Unconventional Routes

The hardest challenge today is to change attitude in patriarchal society and it needs to be addressed immediately.

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Women Entrepreneurs: The Key For Unlocking India's True Potential

Government initiatives to boost women entrepreneurship such as Mudra Yojana Scheme, Annapurna Scheme, Dena Shakti Scheme, and TREAD (Trade-Related Entrepreneurship Assistance and Development) Scheme have been created to provide financial assistance to women entrepreneurs to either set up new projects or upgrade and modernize the earlier ones.

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A Fair Shot For Women Entrepreneurs

A major shift in mindsets along with interventions from the government and industry are needed to build thriving conditions that facilitate and empower women entrepreneurs

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Plotting Success Yard By Yard

The verve, energy and multi-faceted talent of Kanika Gupta Shori is mirrored in the broad success of Square Yards

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Entrepreneurship: Do Women Handle It Better?

Women are now not just family managers, but they have exalted to become dominant benefactors to the economy.

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