There are around 8 million women entrepreneurs in India, and around 10% of all formal enterprises are owned by women. Had someone said the previous statement in the last decade no one would believe the fact. Women from all parts of the world have come forth as bold business leaders. They have proved to the world that they can build giant businesses and can also lead big corporate companies.
But achieving this mark was not easy. What has made India and also other countries achieve this mark you might ask. One reason can be attributed to the emergence of online selling. Today a woman can easily sell any product online by becoming an Amazon or Flipkart seller. The growth of digital lenders is also paramount for the success of a woman entrepreneur. Then there is the popularity of social media where women nowadays have become more active. Social media is the best marketing tool and it is being skillfully used by many women entrepreneurs to promote their products for developing brand image.
Women entrepreneurs help in raising the standard of living. In a family where both husband and wife are earning also helps in providing their children with the best education alternative. Women from different walks of life have inspired the young Indians that all it takes to create something is courage.
Kiran Mazumdar Shaw who is a self made billionaire entrepreneur is the founder of Biocon ltd and has inspired women entrepreneurs from many years. She continues to be the chairperson of her company and always takes pride working for the growth of biotechnology in India. Then we have an emerging breed of new-age women entrepreneurs like Radhika Agarwal, who leads an ecommerce platform Shopclues. Radhika is the first Indian women entrepreneur whose company entered the unicorn club. Then we have Upasana Taku, Mobikwik co-founder and first female Indian fintech leader. Then we have Most Powerful Women in Business 2021 awardee Vineeta Singh, an IITian & IIMA alumni who is the CEO & co-founder of Sugar Cosmetics.
Women entrepreneurs have better understanding about the businesses that women, mother and child care focused. They help this business segment grow in a sustainable manner by introducing innovation-driven ideas. We at Convey Connect always encourage women entrepreneurs to work on their ideas. If you are aspiring to raise funds for your startup or you’re willing to invest in these early startups then contact us ASAP.
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