1. Preeti Vyas, Founder – FunOkPlease
Preeti founded FunOKPlease, a publishing company that creates books on original contemporary Indian themes for children and now leverages digital platforms and her website to sell these books.
2. Nistha Tripathi, Founder – Scholar Strategy
Having worked successfully at the Wall Street and New York Internet startups, she moved back to India to start her own Internet venture. Scholar Strategy is a super selective, high expertise and an applicant friendly mentoring service for MS/MBA/MIS/Ph.D./MFE/MEM applicants.
3. Kanupriya Agarwal, Founder – Powai Women Networking
Kanupriya’s unique entrepreneurial journey features a community of women changemakers in Mumbai. She started Powai Women Networking with an idea to build an effective community where people get their queries resolved, grow their business and most importantly, make friends with like-minded women living nearby.
4. Japleen Pasricha, Founder – Feminism In India
Japleen’s entrepreneurial journey kickstarted in the digital space with FII. Feminism in India is a digital intersectional feminist platform to learn, educate and develop a feminist consciousness among the youth.
5. Surbhi Rastogi, Blogger and Storyteller
Previously an HR professional, Surbhi started her own blog and thus began storytelling. With her platform, she shares stories surrounding parenting and everything else that has to do with children and their lives.
6. Yogita Patil, Founder – ManacheTalks
Yogita started ManacheTalks (मनाचेTalks), a Premium Marathi E-Publication. This platform serves as a space for thousands of people to read, write and share important stories.
We will be releasing our long list of the awards every day until the finale on Sunday.