“I have been fortunate to meet people who understood the value I brought on the table. Whether it’s managing a team or clients, having the right knowledge, insights, ability to express, listen and understand goes a long way” – Pradnya Kakade.
A big part of the stories of all these women is the fact that they’re women entrepreneurs in what is still a male-dominated industry.
Brinda Somaya refers to herself as belonging to a “Bridging Generation” that connects the Great Masters of post-Independent India with the present era of globalisation. Architecture for her plays the role of the guardian of India’s history and rich heritage.
On her arrival Ritu Sain found Ambikapur, a city with a population of 1,45,000, stinking due to open dump yards. She knew what her first priority will be as an administrative officer there.
All women embarking on an entrepreneurial journey consent to that fact that it is not a smooth ride. It is…
How many of us have the guts to quit a well-paying job and take up farming? Born and brought up…