Continuing the conversation from my earlier post about women entrepreneurs – particularly home-preneurs & mom-preneurs – there are clear common(…)
Debadutta Upadhyaya picked her startup idea because it emerged from an everyday need. She wanted to solve the problem that people have to spend too much time on mundane services
Agnimitra Paul never imagined she’d become a fashion designer. She’d planned to be a doctor. Yet, here she is, one of India’s best-known self-taught designers
Digital marketing expert Tanushree Rao launched Metodo Chic in 2015, which offers personal shopping services in India
Owner of the Orrganic Elemennt spalon in Pune, Kaveeta Pol is creating an organic and vegan experience for customers
Surka believes in having an opinion. And no doubt that can be useful for a comedian?
Plenty of action to report from the #Rio2016 games. But not without disappointments. First up Dipa Karmakar qualifies. Her scores:-(…)
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The conversation proved that no matter what you’re born into what you make of yourself depends entirely on you.
Catering specially to the needs ot the American Muslim woman, New York based entrepreneur Arshiya Kherani brings lightweight exercise hijabs and shirts.
It is a bright morning and I am sitting in a naturally lit up, beautifully decorated and well-known café located(…)
Namta Gala, co-founder of kid clothing and accessory brand EkChidiya talks about passion for creativity led to entrepreneurship.
She battled it all, parental pressure, society, demotivation and more.
There is no force greater than that of a determined woman…well there were hundreds of such women entrepreneurs at SheThePeople(…)
One, two, three…you’re ready to set up your own business. You have finally charted out your plan and your passion(…)
She has made women the force behind Lucknow’s chikankari art
Unlike popular belief, her journey hasn’t been easy.
She is a footballer, swimmer, adventure sport lover and dancer all rolled into one. Kuchipudi dancer Atisha Pratap Rudy didn’t(…)
Reflects on stereotypes and inhibitions around women who want to surf
Rachel Bali is the 23 year old founder of a social start-up, KrantiKālī, that aims to bring about a gender(…)
Heena Punjabi is educating people about the finer details of law through her venture Law Wise
Digital entrepreneurship chose me, not the other way round says Priyanka Purkayastha of Writer’s Melon, a venture that aims to(…)
Got a food startup? Kavneet Sahni – Founder & Group CEO Culinary Communications Pvt Ltd. helps you cook a recipe(…)
Sweta, Amritha and Daizy of the WhereElse Café in Pune talk about staring up their restaurant and how three is not a crowd when it comes to business
Biggest challenge I faced was that real estate was male dominated. I had to prove myself
Is India’s film industry scared of the word Feminism? Do we give too much attention to what and how our(…)
For this entrepreneur in Lucknow the Pardah system was the biggest hindrance. She married really young and her family was(…)
Anuradha Das Mathur is the founding dean of The Vedica Scholars Programme for Women, what she calls an MBA ++(…)
With a loan book of over 500 crore rupees, Ananya Birla runs India’s 3rd fastest growing micro-finance outfit called Svatantra.(…)
She runs 17 Thousand Feet, an organisation to help people in high altitude villages of Ladakh. In this crisp video(…)
Renuka Shah retails her environmentally friendly products, which are manufactured from mining waste and plastic water bottles, through her brand Jalebi
Co-founder of Little Black Book, a one stop guide to everything that’s new in the cities of Delhi and Bengaluru.
Listen up #womenentrepreneurs! Here are special growth hacks for your business from the #StartupExpo! Here’s Shaili Chopra, Founder, SheThePeople.TV sharing(…)
Meet tech geek turned entrepreneur Meena Shah, who turned shifting a city into an opportunity and co-founded iView Labs
She breathes memories, experiences and life in her brand of teas and stationary
Sanya Kapoor, co-founder of Magikbox talks about her inspiration to start-up, and surviving inspite of her co-founder backing out of the business.
Sukanya Dutta Roy of Swarovski India shares what drives her success. Reflecting on her career, her challenges and ambitions, the(…)
Ambika Sharma is founder of Pulp Strategy and Managing Director at Instappy, who is also an avid and passionate biker.
Originally from Punjab, this go-getter got married and settled in Lucknow. And that’s when an idea struck
Kirna Muchalla, Bhairavi Shah and Ruchita Malhotra Chadda are owners of The Goodie Bag, a one stop shop for educational and knowledge games for children.
Her commitment and journey towards building her own brand has been remarkable and inspiring.
For women entrepreneurs of Lucknow the challenges didn’t come in terms of funding or ideas. Changing mindsets and breaking away(…)
The Delhi-based Vedica Scholars Programme for Women, which offers an alternative, customised MBA for women, has shared two videos with SheThePeople.TV. Created by their(…)
Revathy Roy is in the business of empowering women by training them in riding and delivering to the consumer doorsteps, a women’s only delivery system.
Meet Axis Bank’s CEO Shikha Sharma. She is one of India’s most spectacular women leaders and has been a part(…)
As part of our Editors’ Series, we speak to the journalist who broke the Bofors scandal story
Founder of The Swaddle, Karla Bookman says resources for mothers and children in India have a massive gap and platforms(…)
Former teachers, the mother daughter duo of Rama and Shashi Pandey established Infinity Mobile technology after retirement.
In the age of start-ups where women are venturing into business, here are six start-ups led by women in the finance industry that have made a real impression.
It’s all red and white to us but she knows the right notes. Meet Sonal Holland, wine educator and curator(…)
It’s not just about women. It’s about talent.
Designer and Illustrator Maulshree Somani, owner of design company Whatif, talks about her passion for design, the digital medium, and balancing work and family
As part of our mothers day series, we speak to Bangalore based entrepreneur Shobha Nair about the challenges of balancing work and family.
When passion is the driving force behind a business, success follows. This what these nine women, who have built successful start-ups, believe.
Bhairavi Naik quit her MBA-Corporate lifestyle to turn full time potter, and now she creates handcrafted ceramics, retailing them through her brand Curators of Clay
“I am full time writer, part time mother,” says writer and journalist Bahar Dutt in our special series Moms Mean(…)
Monika Manchanda is a baker, blogger and a food consultant who uses Twitter for business and conversations. Manchanda reflects on(…)
Doggies and cats have a real reason to thank these enterprising ladies!
Powerful and emotional conversations at the SheThePeople.TV Power Breakfast
StartUps chasing growth capital should listen in. What does it take an idea from inception to ignition? How can social(…)
CEO of The Global Helpdesk, Ritu Grover she heads a successful company which provides programs and lifestyle management solutions to corporate houses
Hit and try and then try again. The learning curve in startups is steep and fast paced says Namrata Bostrom,(…)
Shefali Dadabhoy always wanted to be an entrepreneur and she realised her dream with PhotoConcierge, a digital platform with a library of photos and videos.
Dr Bhavi Mody is co-founder of Edupsyche, an institute that bridges the gap between Mental Health professionals and those seeking Mental Health Services.
Special discussion at the TiE-Lufthansa StartUpExpo. Energetic chat with women entrepreneurs on what drives them
Khyati Mehra is artist and designer, and retails her products through her own online store KhyatiWorks
The network she had built through out her life gave her the confidence to start up.
Owner of jewellery brand Esmeralda Sapna Ahuja shares the story of how her creative bent of mind towards jewellery design led her to become an entrepreneur
From renting out movie CDs to her mother’s tution kids, now Sahyujyah Srinivasan rents out expensive designer wear through her online store LibeRent
At the intersection of creatively and commerce, Wishberry is a platform that helps innovative ideas raise funds for its projects.(…)
Find your calling and get to work she says. Meet Keya Khavte of Le Escapades Boutique Travel Company who runs(…)
News Laundry’s Founder talks about the power of digital and how it encouraged her to set up the independent news media website.
Entrepreneurship is has been a most rewarding journey for those who have taken a chance on themselves. Here are four(…)
She emits great positive energy and has a disarming smile
After 15 years in media, news anchor Sahar Zaman now forays into art entrepreneurship with two ventures-design brand Chamak Patti and arts web channel HunarTV.
Women are making the most of mobile penetration and growth in digital.
We should have the right to see, to explain the world, and tell our stories
When a lawyer turns pet groomer, the four legged creatures have…well…literally no objection
Using technology to their advantage, these five women created Healthcare services that are innovative as well as socially relevant.
Makim heads Public Relations firm Carpe Diem in Pune. And what’s great about it that its an all woman team!
Work with your instinct, believe in yourself.
Ruchita Dar Shah set up First Moms Club with the objective of finding the woman behind the mother. Her platform aims(…)
HIGHLIGHTS FROM UNION BUDGET 2016 >Rs. 500 crores allocated to #Standup initiative for the promotion of SC/ST and women entrepreneurs. Two(…)
With Startup India, the Government has set the expectations high for the startup community. Certain measures need to be revisited,(…)
“My first start up never went beyond the drawing board as I didn’t know where to start without money in(…)
The budget season is here. That time of the year when small sellers hoard goods and products, expecting a profitable(…)
She runs Mavenchic, an online consulting platform for fashion and makeup tricks. It’s primary goal is is to enhance dress-up(…)
Social communities can a go a long way in supporting women at work says Vandana Saxena Poria who founded Get(…)
There is no power to beat the power of our inner self says Kripa Krishnamoothy who leads diversity at Citibank(…)
She runs India’s fastest growing fashion and lifestyle platform for women
She didn’t think digital was even an opportunity. But when Ruchita Dar Shah quit advertising, she was itching to return(…)
A Chartered Accountant (CA) herself, Sonia Singal understood that there was a dire need to merge the demand and supply(…)
A place in Fortune’s Magazine’s list of Most Powerful Women in 2015, recipient of the Woman Entrepreneur of the year(…)
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A fashion brand started by the biker babes, UpsideDown is a testament to the unification of two different worlds that(…)
Susieben is the name behind the largest effort of an all women taxi-service in India called ‘Priyadarshini Taxi Service’. Not(…)
Humble by nature, passionate about work, that’s Pramad Jandhyala for you. Co-founder of LatentView Analytics, she drives her passion and(…)
Amy Wilkinson is a strategic adviser, entrepreneur, lecturer at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, and Global Fellow at the(…)
She quit a seemingly perfect job. From JP Morgan she moved to startups and put together an enterprise that focuses(…)
She used her scholarship money to build her business
She is an award winning physician and a thought leader in science. Her brainchild, a company called ‘HealthCursor’ is what(…)