Meet 4 women entrepreneurs who have changed your online shopping experience
Just a couple of decades ago, people usually worked for a few hours a day and then came back home to food, family and TV. But today, we believe in working hard and partying harder. But sadly, this gives us less time to sleep and even lesser to shop- this is where our savior, the internet, comes into the picture.
Today, you can buy everything online- from make-up to a birthday gift for your niece, and who can understand your needs better than a woman! So today, we give you, some of the most successful and talented entrepreneurs that have made your life easier with their fabulous online stores.
The Founder of Zivame.com believes that because of the social discomfort, buying lingerie in India becomes a five minute chore, which is why she decided to start this venture. Today, her store, which is just four years old, is the most popular online shop for lingerie and has acquired over five lakh buyers. In an interview with TechStory this year, Kar said that she aims to achieve a turnover of Rs. 1000 crore in the next 4 to 5 years from her company.
Suchi Mukherjee is the founder of Limeroad.com, an online clothing store and has been recently named as one of the ‘Rising Talents, high potential leaders under 40’. Her store offers its users a unique scrapbook application that allows them to select from a range of products to create a look and share it with their friends. The website has 100% user generated content by these user scarpbookers that gives the website over one million scrapbook looks every month .
Falguni Nayar worked as an investment banker for 19 years before she decided to turn entrepreneur. Her online store, Nyaka.com focuses on beauty and wellness products. In an interview with YourStory.com, Nayar explained that people required assistance and advice when buying beauty products and, that’s where her services come in. She said, “I saw the need for a multi-brand retail format that gives unbiased advice to consumers, being able to guide them on the right products for their beauty and health concerns.”
The owner of HUFT (Heads up for tails), an online shopping pet store, is a self-proclaimed dog lover and the absence of stores offering dog accessories, inspired her to start her own venture. Now seven years old, her online store has an all women-on-board team with a female blog writer, a photographer and a Business development head. Narang also does her bit for the abandoned canine friends; she reveals that she, with her team, helps in finding homes for stray or abandoned pups, sponsor medical treatments etc.
[Featured Picture Courtesy: TechStory.in]