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Empowering Women – The Rise of Women Entrepreneurs in India

The increasing presence of women as entrepreneurs has led to significant business and economic growth in the country.

Women-owned business enterprises are playing a prominent role in society by generating employment opportunities in the country, bringing in demographic shifts, and inspiring the next generation of women founders.

Women entrepreneurs may be defined as a woman or a group of women who initiate, organize, and run a business enterprise with a vision to promote the sustainable development of women entrepreneurs for balanced growth in the country.

Startup India is committed to strengthening women’s entrepreneurship in India through initiatives, schemes, the creation of enabling networks and communities, and activating partnerships among diverse stakeholders in the startup ecosystem.

Entrepreneurship is not just confined to any one gender now; rather due to multi-faceted economic pressures women have turned up and realized that the survival of their families & their own potential lies only in working side by side with men.

Entrepreneurship has been globally felt as a developmental & progressive idea for the business world.

The Government of India has defined women entrepreneurs based on women’s participation in equity and Entrepreneurship is an idea or vision which a woman holds to explore and optimize which could help her create new jobs & economic empowerment among her fellow beings.

Across the globe, generations of women from very different backgrounds show encouraging signs of entrepreneurial spirit.

It is to be hoped that governments at all levels will work to provide an environment in which this spirit may flourish employment of a business enterprise.

Today’s women are taking more and more professional and technical degrees to cope with market needs and are flourishing as designers, interior decorators, exporters, publishers, and garment manufacturers and still exploring new avenues of economic participation.

It is perhaps for these reasons that Government Bodies, NGOs, social scientists, Researchers, and International Agencies have

started showing interest in the issues related to entrepreneurship among women in India.

Women entrepreneurs explore the prospects of starting a new enterprise; undertake risks, the introduction of new innovations, coordinate administration and control of the business, and provide effective leadership in all aspects of business and have proved their footage in the male-dominated business arena.

Majority of the women entrepreneurs are dynamic in leadership, and style management, are capable of contributing much more, and are interested in keeping their knowledge up-to-date in industry and management.

Women’s entrepreneurship is not an easy task. Becoming an entrepreneur is an evolution of encountering, assessing, and reacting to a series of experiences, situations, and events produced by political, economic, Social, and cultural changes.

The increasing presence of women as entrepreneurs has led to significant business and economic growth in the country.

Women-owned business enterprises are playing a prominent role in society by generating employment opportunities in the country, bringing in demographic shifts, and inspiring the next generation of women founders.

Women entrepreneurs may be defined as a woman or a group of women who initiate, organize, and run a business enterprise with a vision to promote the sustainable development of women entrepreneurs for balanced growth in the country.

Startup India is committed to strengthening women’s entrepreneurship in India through initiatives, schemes, the creation of enabling networks and communities, and activating partnerships among diverse stakeholders in the startup ecosystem.

Entrepreneurship is not just confined to any one gender now; rather due to multi-faceted economic pressures women have turned up and realized that the survival of their families & their own potential lies only in working side by side with men.

Entrepreneurship has been globally felt as a developmental & progressive idea for the business world.

The Government of India has defined women entrepreneurs based on women’s participation in equity and Entrepreneurship is an idea or vision which a woman holds to explore and optimize which could help her create new jobs & economic empowerment among her fellow beings.

Across the globe, generations of women from very different backgrounds show encouraging signs of entrepreneurial spirit.

It is to be hoped that governments at all levels will work to provide an environment in which this spirit may flourish employment of a business enterprise.

Today’s women are taking more and more professional and technical degrees to cope with market needs and are flourishing as designers, interior decorators, exporters, publishers, and garment manufacturers and still exploring new avenues of economic participation.

It is perhaps for these reasons that Government Bodies, NGOs, social scientists, Researchers, and International Agencies have

started showing interest in the issues related to entrepreneurship among women in India.

Women entrepreneurs explore the prospects of starting a new enterprise; undertake risks, the introduction of new innovations, coordinate administration and control of the business, and provide effective leadership in all aspects of business and have proved their footage in the male-dominated business arena.

Majority of the women entrepreneurs are dynamic in leadership, and style management, are capable of contributing much more, and are interested in keeping their knowledge up-to-date in industry and management.

Women’s entrepreneurship is not an easy task. Becoming an entrepreneur is an evolution of encountering, assessing, and reacting to a series of experiences, situations, and events produced by political, economic, Social, and cultural changes.

The increasing presence of women as entrepreneurs has led to significant business and economic growth in the country.

Women-owned business enterprises are playing a prominent role in society by generating employment opportunities in the country, bringing in demographic shifts, and inspiring the next generation of women founders.

Women entrepreneurs may be defined as a woman or a group of women who initiate, organize, and run a business enterprise with a vision to promote the sustainable development of women entrepreneurs for balanced growth in the country.

Startup India is committed to strengthening women’s entrepreneurship in India through initiatives, schemes, the creation of enabling networks and communities, and activating partnerships among diverse stakeholders in the startup ecosystem.

Entrepreneurship is not just confined to any one gender now; rather due to multi-faceted economic pressures women have turned up and realized that the survival of their families & their own potential lies only in working side by side with men.

Entrepreneurship has been globally felt as a developmental & progressive idea for the business world.

The Government of India has defined women entrepreneurs based on women’s participation in equity and Entrepreneurship is an idea or vision which a woman holds to explore and optimize which could help her create new jobs & economic empowerment among her fellow beings.

Across the globe, generations of women from very different backgrounds show encouraging signs of entrepreneurial spirit.

It is to be hoped that governments at all levels will work to provide an environment in which this spirit may flourish employment of a business enterprise.

Today’s women are taking more and more professional and technical degrees to cope with market needs and are flourishing as designers, interior decorators, exporters, publishers, and garment manufacturers and still exploring new avenues of economic participation.

It is perhaps for these reasons that Government Bodies, NGOs, social scientists, Researchers, and International Agencies have

started showing interest in the issues related to entrepreneurship among women in India.

Women entrepreneurs explore the prospects of starting a new enterprise; undertake risks, the introduction of new innovations, coordinate administration and control of the business, and provide effective leadership in all aspects of business and have proved their footage in the male-dominated business arena.

Majority of the women entrepreneurs are dynamic in leadership, and style management, are capable of contributing much more, and are interested in keeping their knowledge up-to-date in industry and management.

Women’s entrepreneurship is not an easy task. Becoming an entrepreneur is an evolution of encountering, assessing, and reacting to a series of experiences, situations, and events produced by political, economic, Social, and cultural changes.

Examples of some of the best leading Women Entrepreneurs in the World of Entrepreneurship

  1. Oprah Winfrey, has been at the top of the television talk show industry since she aired 25 years ago.

    With the production company, the magazine, the television network, the dreams that she launches for other professionals, and her philanthropy, entrepreneurship, and inspiration is a lifestyle.
  1. Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw is one of grit, self-confidence and courage. If today she is one of the most successful entrepreneurs in the world, it is because of her determination.

    She started Biocon in 1978 to manufacture enzymes because she didn’t get a job as a brewer after getting herself trained in Australia.

    That was the time when nobody was even talking about biotechnology. Later, she

    also established two subsidiaries: Syngene (1994) to provide development support services for discovery research; and Clinigene (2000) to cater to clinical development services. Today, her achievements are unparalleled.

    She was awarded the Padma Shri in 1989 and the Padma Bhushan in 2005 by the Government of India.

    She was recently named among Time magazine’s 100 most influential people worldwide. She is also on the Forbes list of the world’s 100 most powerful women. The Financial Times listed her in the top 50 women in the world.
  1. Ms. Priya Paul is the Director and Group Management Committee member of Apeejay Surrendra Group, an industrial and services conglomerate with operations spanning Tea, Shipping, Hospitality, Real Estate, and Retail. Established in 1910 by her family, the group completed 100 years in 2010.

    Ms. Paul spearheads the Hospitality business as the Chairperson of Apeejay Surrendra Park Hotels Limited. She leads with her family
    the corporate social responsibility initiatives under the umbrella of Apeejay Trust.

    Ms Paul is widely recognized as the pioneer of the boutique hotels concept in India and her leadership has seen Apeejay Surrendra Park Hotels Limited established as India’s first and only collection of contemporary luxury boutique hotels.
  1. Naina Lal Kidwai, a chartered accountant by profession, is an Indian banker and business executive.

    Well-known woman banker Naina Lal Kidwai has been appointed as the country head of HSBC group companies in India. She has been with HSBC as CEO and deputy CEO for the last five years.
  1. Indra Nooyi did not grow up poor but she did come from a self-described humble middle-class environment in India. ‘

    Nooyi has risen from her humble beginnings to be voted the most powerful woman of the year in 2010 by Fortune Magazine.

    She demonstrated her strong work ethic by working as a receptionist at night to find money to pay her college tuition.

All of her work paid off as she landed positions at top firms Johnson & Johnson and Motorola.

Nooyi is now the CEO at PepsiCo, where she received more than $10 million dollars in compensation last year (2012).

Women entrepreneurs are those women who think of a business enterprise, initiate it, organize and combine the factors of production, operate the enterprise, undertake risk, and handle economic uncertainties involved in running a business enterprise.

Finally, it is found that women’s entrepreneurship has a definite impact on the economy both in its ability to create jobs for themselves and to create jobs for others. There exists an immense scope for growth.

Women’s participation in the field of entrepreneurship is increasing at a considerable rate, and efforts are being taken at the economic as well as global levels to enhance women’s involvement in the enterprise sector.

Educated Women are contributing to a great extent to social transformation and in the future, will see more women venturing into areas traditionally dominated by men.

Conclusion

The emergence of women entrepreneurs in India marks a significant turning point. It’s a journey of empowerment, breaking stereotypes, and contributing to the nation’s progress. With continued efforts and support, the future looks bright for women who aspire to lead in the business world.

Women entrepreneurs are an invaluable asset that needs to be nurtured, recognized, and encouraged if we want to thrive in this digital age.

By doing so, we can create more significant opportunities for everyone involved – from founders and investors to customers and employees – allowing us all to reach new heights together. We help you in starting all the startups.

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