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Conservationist and Journalist Prerna Singh Bindra wants to connect people with wildlife. She grew up in a house that was(…)
‘Start up’- It’s that one thing that has taken the world by storm. An interesting fact about start-ups is that(…)
Over the last 10 days I was one of the facilitators of a virtual Rotary peace conference #BridgesForPeace on Zoom,(…)
Pallavi Singh from Mumbai makes a living out of teaching Hindi as a foreign language to expats and foreigners living(…)
Sheryl Sandburg, Chief Operating Officer at Facebook, believes that despite bringing more and more women in the workforce, men still(…)
SheThePeople interacts with entrepreneurs from across India all the time through its various events and shows. These interactions have given(…)
Women entrepreneurship development is the biggest instrument of women empowerment says Swati Bhargava – Co-founder, CashKaro.com Empowerment leads to self-fulfilment and(…)
Where are the women? We have often asked that question and wondered about the reasons behind this. This was the subject of the panel that kicked off the Women Writers’ Fest by SheThePeople.TV and Vedica Scholars in New Delhi.
Being an entrepreneur looks more glamorous than it actually is. With the perks of owning your own company comes major(…)
A few days ago I spoke at the Mumbai Global Shapers event on Youth Culture and Being a Millennial in(…)
When you have a startup idea in mind, talking to entrepreneurs who have already set up their firms gives you(…)
companies of today have adapted by functioning out of “Co-Working” spaces — in which they share their work floor with individual/small size startups. The Daftar in Pune is one such space started by two very entrepreneurial women who want to foster creative thinking and innovation by bringing like-minded people together! Meet Vandita and Sunanda, the ladies behind this beautiful enterprise.