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Unlocking Women Entrepreneurship and its Potential in India

Women constitute half the population of India, yet they only contribute to one-third of the country’s labour force. We have seen improvements in social parameters, including female representation in Fortune 500 companies, where 41% stood in 2020 versus 18% in 2009. Read More…


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Leveraging digital tools to harness the entrepreneurial spirit in women

Digitisation proved to be a game changer for many businesses during the pandemic. However, since less than one-third of internet users in India are women, i.e., 29%[1], accessing or leveraging the digital wave has been a huge challenge for sustaining their enterprises. Read More…


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Cross-sectoral interventions to bridge the gender-gap in the field of women entrepreneurship

India is viewed as one of the leaders of the 21st century that has also been touted as the Asian age, due to the growing economic might of Asian countries. India’s global presence has been noted since its economic liberalization in the 1990s. Being the world’s largest democracy and having the highest density of youth […]


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The Importance of Financial Independence and Entrepreneurship for Women

It is a conventional belief that the relationship shared between a developing economy, and the number of job opportunities its female population can secure, is directly proportional.1 While the notion may hold true in the western world, this relationship seems to be inversely proportional in India. Read More…


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