#DigitalWomenAwards: The Burgundy Achievers 2018 Are…

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In the run up to #DigitalWomenAwards, meet the next set of our #BurgundyAchievers 2018. These are women breaking new ground in digital.

1. Ruchi Jha, Founder – iMithila Handicrafts and Handloom Private Ltd

Ruchi left a career in investment banking to turn into an entrepreneur and founded iMithila, a social enterprise engaged in promoting hand-painted Indian crafts and Handloom products.

2. Sheetal Bhadani, Founder – Loophoop

Sheetal began her digital entrepreneurial journey with Loophoop. The e-commerce platform is India’s top handloom offering space ranging in handwoven apparels, accessories, home furnishing and much more.

3. Vithika Yadav, Head – Love Matters India

Vithika has been the driving force behind a unique, yet significant concept in India. Love Matters is a platform for people to share stories and talk about love, sex and relationships with an open, honest, and non-judgmental attitude.

4. Apurva Sharma, Co-Founder – Elate Wellbeing

Apurva Sharma’s Elate focuses on a wide range of psychological issues affecting people. The platform provides online emotional counselling and support to people to enhance their mental health.

5. Deepa Pant, Founder – SVATANYA

Deepa’s idea of entrepreneurship dives deep into bringing about social change. As a social enterprise, Svatanya aims to empower underprivileged women by training them to make handcrafted products, which are later sold under its in-house labels, Amaryn and My Munchkin.

6. Priyanka Jain, Founder – Hygiene and You

Priyanka took the plunge into entrepreneurship with Hygiene and You. She envisioned to introduce environment-friendly menstrual cups to women in the country, thus providing a cost-effective advantage.

We will be releasing our long list of the awards every day until the finale on Sunday. 

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