- Date : 17/03/2023
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MSME is filled with daring women making a mark in various industries.
Women in India are building their careers and supporting their families fiercely. They are changing the women's entrepreneurship landscape by increasing their footprint and undertaking new challenges with unique business models. The MSME sector is filled with these daring women who are making a mark across various roles and industries, including law, defence, media, commerce, technology, science, etc. These women are challenging the limitations and stereotypes put in place by society. Also, they are acting boldly through financial education and writing their stories while creating history.
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A Bright Future
Various factors make managing a business complex, like understanding the target market, managing finances, meeting demands, etc. Nowadays, women are managing all of these. They have managed to do it all and create solid and profitable businesses with unique business models. It is only the beginning of what can and will be a fruitful future for women's entrepreneurship in India. These women shape a value-based and bright future for the business sector. Not only are women building successful businesses, but they also play a significant role in boosting the economy. Women are coming up with ideas and turning them into reality. Female-led businesses also generate jobs and provide for several families. Many women-led companies hire other women, train them, and help them get sustainable employment for a better standard of living and the future. A few famous women entrepreneurs in India are:
- Aditi Gupta (Menstrupedia)
- Suchi Mukherjee (Limeroad)
- Richa Kar (Zivame)
- Upasana Taku (MobiKwik)
- Falguni Nayar (Nykaa)
- Divya Gokulnath (Byju's)
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Women are gaining confidence regarding their talent and skills because of financial literacy. This confidence and significant skills allow them to take higher positions in different businesses. It shows how women-led businesses help other families and women build better lives. The country's economic situation is sure to improve with such a scenario. Women-led companies have grown from 14% to 20% lately. According to a study, it was noted that women raised only 0.63% of the $13 billion in the entrepreneurial ecosystem.