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9 Helpful Tips to Empower Women in Business

  Women entrepreneurship is growing — but it still has a long way to go. Many women in our country, inspite of having the skills and desire to do something, are afraid of taking the risk. It’s not the financial issues but the lack of confidence which acts as the …

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Meet Poonam Bhasin: A Homepreneur, Painter, and an Artist

In our WIB success story, we have with us Poonam Bhasin a homepreneur and an artist who has done remarkably well in her business. She is a multi-talented lady. She has many handmade and decorative items to offer. She is also a painter and a teacher who has started her …

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WIB Success Story

Meet Ruchita Maheshwari, Dietician, Health & Nutrition Consultant, Innovation Recipe Designer

We present below yet another WIB success story of a woman in business, who is a registered member of our women entrepreneurship platform womeninbusiness.in. She is Ruchita Maheshwari from Mumbai. A Dietician, Health & Nutrition Consultant, Innovation Recipe Designer, and a Blogger. About Rushita Maheshwari A post graduate diploma holder …

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Women Entrepreneurs

4 Indian Women Entrepreneurs Making a Great Impact in Food Business

There is no denying the fact that women are now taking significant roles in the food and beverage industry. Women are breaking the stereotypes and treading into the male-dominated entrepreneurship world. In our section of successful women entrepreneurs, let’s get to know all these women who have set an example …

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Madhu and Lavanee Sharma
WIB Success Story

Meet Madhu and Laavani Sharma, the co – founders of  “Aaranyam- The Natural Cosmetic Company”

WomeninBusiness.in is an entrepreneurship platform, encouraging and empowering women, by helping them to start their home business of handmade products. In our section of WIB success story, we proudly present before you the mother and daughter duo, Madhu and Laavani Sharma, who are creating a name for themselves in the …

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Green Initiatives
Women Entrepreneurs

Successful Green Initiatives by Indian Women Entrepreneurs

There is no denying the fact that India’s staggering waste is growing at an alarming rate. Going by this scenario, it feels good when we see few young Indian minds trying to make a change in the society with their environmentally friendly products and initiatives. WomeninBusiness.in being a platform for …

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Women Entrepreneurs

Meet Rashi Menda: Founder and CEO of Zapyle

In our section of successful women entrepreneurs of our country, we present before you the young and dynamic entrepreneur Rashi Menda who created a unique super-personalized e-commerce experience and entered the world of Fashion business. She is the Founder and CEO of Zapyle, the online luxury fashion destination. The USP: it …

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Traditional or Digital Marketing
Marketing Tips

Traditional or Digital Marketing: Which is better form of marketing for Home Business?

So you have started your home business and you definitely need to promote it. No business, whether home business or any small scale business, can be successful without proper promotion and marketing. So, as a woman in business, what form of marketing should you use for your home business: Traditional …

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Marketing Tips

Top 6 Financial Schemes for Women in Business in India: Empowering Women Entrepreneurs

Women in India have started to create a name of their own in the entrepreneurship platform. We have a number of successful start-ups in India, founded by women. Some notable ones are  Zivame, ShopClues, Limeroad, Yatra, Infibeam, Sheroes, Nykaa etc. Successful start-up stories definitely give a boost  to many women …

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Women Entrepreneurs

Let’s Meet these Indian Rural Women Creating Inspirational Stories for All

When we talk about Rural India, we still feel that Indian rural women are confined to their homes working day and night for their family, no education, no jobs, oppressed and neglected. While this is true for almost all rural Indian women, yet we feel happy when we get to …

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