It’s Her Business
The conversation proved that no matter what you’re born into what you make of yourself depends entirely on you.
She has made women the force behind Lucknow’s chikankari art
Is India’s film industry scared of the word Feminism? Do we give too much attention to what and how our(…)
Students of Muslim Educational Society (MES) in Kozhikode posed wearing mundus as a protest against a ban on denims on campus.
Her commitment and journey towards building her own brand has been remarkable and inspiring.
Her complex yet cool passions drive her hunger for history
Marital rape, a subject that is taboo in discussions even in the modern age. Shocking we don’t have a law(…)
As part of our Editors’ Series, we speak to the journalist who broke the Bofors scandal story
Two hundred women entrepreneurs and a room full of confidence – this was the Jaipur edition of Boost Your Business
Women entrepreneurs from Jaipur discussed building a brand on social media and turning influencers. Entrepreneurs, designers, startup owners, authors and(…)
Social media is a great source of collaboration and today is among the leading economic employment opportunities for people. This(…)
Doggies and cats have a real reason to thank these enterprising ladies!
Powerful and emotional conversations at the SheThePeople.TV Power Breakfast
Hit and try and then try again. The learning curve in startups is steep and fast paced says Namrata Bostrom,(…)
Challenging the gender discourse with humour and sarcasm, meet New Yorker cartoonist Liza Donnelly
Karunya is among India’s most successful women pilots. 35000 ft above, beautiful skies are her home. SheThePeople’s Poorvi Gupta caught(…)
She emits great positive energy and has a disarming smile
Women are making the most of mobile penetration and growth in digital.
They did not want to do something ordinary with their lives and so they chose to climb mountains, making them(…)
Using technology to their advantage, these five women created Healthcare services that are innovative as well as socially relevant.
A place in Fortune’s Magazine’s list of Most Powerful Women in 2015, recipient of the Woman Entrepreneur of the year(…)
Power Breakfast is a high energy meet of women in the corporate world. Executive women, entrepreneurs, and technology thought leaders(…)
Says it’s high time people get used to the fact that very pretty women have brains as well.
When she first started out 10 years ago, women entrepreneurs neither had the encouragement and support
Her entrepreneurial spirit has helped her overcome obstacles, bootstrap and innovate.
She is changing the face of Abu-Sandeep, a revered and legendary brand in Indian fashion and how!
As CEO of Facebook India she has a packed calendar day after day but what makes her a real achiever?(…)
How a young risk-taker changed her life from being employed to being employer
It’s hard to contain or define the fashion new millenials are following. Veteran designer Ritu Kumar says she is impressed(…)
At first glance I wouldn’t even imagine her as a bouncer – that image of a person with a bulky body enough to fend off just by size – for she has lovely features
You have just got to be good…really good to succeed says award winning designer Falguni Peacock. She and her husband(…)
She is a big champion for women at work. Intel’s Debjani Ghosh talks about the gender wage gap in this(…)
She is a motivational speaker who encourages women to build their careers and get on their own feet. Getting women to work is no longer tokenism or CSR – we are seeing a change
Cuddling with her Shih Tzu at her house who she calls Bro, Rashee Kuchroo opens up to us about her(…)
In India women still need to raise our hands to get noticed asserts Debjani Ghosh, Intel’s South Asia Managing Director.(…)
It is two-and-a-half years since Avani Davda took on the top job at Tata Starbucks. She was mentored at Bombay(…)
Early turning points in the form of solid breaks are key for anyone’s careers. Naina Lal Kidwai reflects on her(…)
Citibank India’s Anuranjita Kumar’s new book Can I Have It All reflects on the trials and triumphs of a woman at the workplace
She never wanted to be a banker. She just wanted to sit at home, shop and have children. Her story.
Women need to dream and dream big. They can be empowered if they have a conducive work empowerment