10 Exalting Top Women Entrepreneurs of India.

Top Women Entrepreneurs of India: Finding a woman who is playing with the knife and vegetables in the kitchen of the house is a tough task nowadays. Women not only competing head to head to men but even conquering them in many fields. Whether it is Army, Fashion designing or Business, you can now find ennobling, exalting & talented women in every field.

There is no scarcity of exceptional and wise women entrepreneurs in India. Whether it is Pepsico’s Indra Nooyi or TV Queen, Ekta Kapoor, these females have desperately proved that they can easily and effectively handle the economics of the business as much as they can manage and tackle the home. We have many illustrations in the present who have made big fame in the business world but what about tomorrow? Who will be the torchbearer?

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Exalting Top Women Entrepreneurs in India

Pooja Warier:pooja warierPooja Warier is the co-founder of Bombay Connect & UnLtd. UnLtd. India is a premier incubator for social entrepreneurs across India while Bombay Connect is co-working space devoted to special social changes. She has a MA degree in social services from the (TISS) Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai. That is why she is in this list of Top Women Entrepreneurs of India.

Saloni Malhotra:saloni malhotraSaloni, founder of DesiCrew, is an organization with 350 staffs who are eccentric, focused and determined to create knowledge based livelihood in rural areas. She did her Bachelors of Engineering from University of Pune, Maharashtra.

She willingly stepped back as the CEO of DesiCrew in March 2012 and handed over her responsibilities duties to a professional management team but she consistently handled her duties being on the board. Saloni, the co-founder of  Safecity, founded in 2012, is a citizen’s innovative initiative to make Indian Cities safer again. Desicrew now has now four rural offices — Kollumangudi, Udupi, and Appakudal employing 300 people from these villages.

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She has been nominated for E&Y Entrepreneur of the Year 2008, MTV Youth Icon 2008, and Businessweek Asia’s Best Youngest Entrepreneurs. She is the auspicious acquirer of TIE Stree Shakthi Award, 2011 & FICCI’s Best Women Social Entrepreneur Award, 2009

Gloria Benny:gloria benny

Gloria is the co-founder of Make A Difference, which is designated as one of the largest volunteer networks in the country. Aiming to inspire about 400 million people of inspiring in giving at least 1 hour per week to support and help underprivileged children across the country. In mid-2013, the firm had around 1,500 volunteers teaching and mentoring about 5,500 orphaned kids in across 30 cities of India.

After graduation, she loyally worked with Google for approximately 5 years. She then in 2006 started her social venture MAD with help of two dozen 2nd year college students in Kochi to teach communicative English to hundreds of  poor students. Presently, around 2100 Make A Difference (MAD) volunteers teach to 5200 children in more than 30 cities of India.

Her social venture MAD has won billions of hearts and dignitary honors like Karmaveer Puraskar, India Shines award, Martti Ahtisaari, the Ashoka Global Youth Social Entrepreneur Award, and a Global award from Nobel Peace laureate. Henceforth, she is in this list of Top Women Entrepreneurs of India.

Leila Janah:leila janah

Leila Janah is the founder-CEO of Samasource, a brand which makes use of a very unique, antique and special microwork prototype to fetch dignified employment to the world’s poor people in the modern digital economy by cracking down small computer based tasks from larger projects. This startup provides free and tactical technological training in 9 countries.

In 2009, she was honored with one of the prestigious award of Most Influential Women in Technology by Fast Company. In 2010, Janah received the Rainer Arnhold, Prix Net Explorateur from the French Senate, and TED India Fellowships.

Sheetal Mehta Walsh:sheetal mehta walsh

Sheetal, founder of Shanti Life, a special microfinance platform, aims at helping the poor in the slums of Gujarat villages. Sheetal is also co-founder of MetaCert that specifically provides products cum services for family safety online.

Ajaita Shah:ajaita shah

Ajaita, the most talented of them all, is the CEO and founder of Frontier Markets by totally focusing on energy products and connecting with a microfinance partner with an experience of over 5 years in Microfinance accompanying Ujjivan Financial Services and SKS Microfinance that backs her. Of course because of this reason, she is in this list of Top Women Entrepreneurs of India.

Ajaita was also awarded Forbes Magazine’s Top 25 Social Entrepreneur of the Year and Business Week’s 30 under 30 award.

Priya Naikpriya naik

Priya is a inspiring, exalting and promising social woman entrepreneur in India and founder of Samhita Social Ventures (2009). It is an organization that helps donor agencies, NGOs, corporations, individuals with each other for social impact on a massive scale.

Top Women Entrepreneurs of India.

Aditi Guptaaditi gupta

Aditi is the founder of menstrupedia.com. Menstrupedia is a friendly and smart guide to healthy periods which aims at educating females, girls and middle aged women about periods. It is unique and creative work of Aditi as it is country’s 1st site which talks openly about women’s monthly cycles.

Anu Sridharananu shridharanAnu is the founder of NextDrop, a tech brand which allows Indian residents in the urban areas to track the availability of piped water through SMS. The company already serves around 18k people in Karnataka. She is very desperate and determined to modify the current society and change the way in which technology allows to interact with our urban systems.

Suchi Mukherjeesuchi mukherjeeSuchi is the founder and CEO of the online social discovery platform for women, LimeRoad. She is extremely passionate about building consumer technology products. With LimeRoad, she has an aim of revolutionizing the way lifestyle products are discovered and bought by people online in India. Before founding LimeRoad.com, Suchi have worked with companies like Skype, Gumtree, eBay and Virgin Media.

Article publié pour la première fois le 18/11/2015

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