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Inspiring Stories of 3 Indian Women Entrepreneurs and Their Startup

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Posted on: 03/16/18

Be it Education, Sports, or Business; Indian women’s have created an everlasting impression in every realm. Thus, as the world advances, there will be more and more women role models who will excite and inspire recurring generations of budding women, ignite the fighting spirit and cultivate a ‘never give up’ approach in them.


Here is a brief of 3 such Indian women including their inspirational entrepreneurial journey, dominating the e-Commerce industry.


1. Falguni Nayaar, Founder & CEO Nykaa


54-year-old Falguni Nayaar was an established investment banker before 2012 when she decided to remodel the market for beauty and personal care in India. And her brainchild, Nykaa, in a short span of three years, has surfaced as India’s top fashion and beauty destination for women. Currently, Nykaa is assisting more than a half-million shoppers in India with a product strength that crosses the mark of 1 lakh.


 

2. Suchi Mukherjee, Founder & CEO Limeroad


After a flourishing career with notable organizations like eBay and Skype, running their set-up and expansion; Suchi Mukherjee decided to inaugurate Limeroad in the year 2012. The fashion portal listed a majestic growth in their sales of Rs 42.6 crore in the fiscal year 2015-16.


Limeroad has become a major hit amongst youngsters and has a product listing of over 200,000 on their portal.  


3. Aditi Avasthi, Founder & CEO Embibe


The tale of Aditi Avasthi is one to take note of. After a flunked attempt to crack the IIT-JEE entrance exam, she picked to revolutionize the Indian education arrangement with an education portal that could transform the way Indian students studied. The concept, along with $700,000 financing procured from her family and friends, gave birth to Embibe in the year 2012.

Bottom line: Owing to the recent adjustment in the existing tax policies, and the announcements to strengthen the position of money lenders in the market; finance is no more going to be an obstruction for budding entrepreneurs. Hopefully, we would be able to see a substantial number of women with entrepreneurial minds stepping forward, leveraging the customized business loan for women schemes, and join the bandwagon.

Also Read : 4 Businesses Run By Women To Watch Out For


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