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When Tarunjeet Rattan was interviewed by investors for CNBC Masterpreneur, she was asked why a services business like hers should be on the shortlist. Her answer was simple but touched a sensitive nerve that will resonate with every founder of a services business – “Isn’t every business a people business? Should services businesses not look […]
4 November 2013
At eight, she attended her first society handover meeting where dad, Lalitkumar Jain, handed over operations for a community housing project to the residents. That was just the beginning of Kruti Jain’s professional journey. Pune’s Kruti Jain, made Executive Director of Kumar Builders at seventeen, has bagged multiple awards over the course of a very […]
3 November 2013
Start small to go big: here are 35 profitable businesses you can start in India within Rs 10,000
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Nandita Das is a critically-acclaimed actress, well known for her performances in films like Fire, Earth and Bawander. She has acted in over 30 films in 10 different languages. She made her directorial debut in 2008 with Firaaq. Nandita is well-known for playing unconventional roles, and for speaking up on issues she strongly feels about. […]
27 October 2013
Anu Parthasarathy is a woman who has charted her own path. Anu joined Wipro in 1983 when Wipro was a startup. After spending 7 years there, Anu seeked change. What did she do with her career? Let us find out! Edited Excerpts: Growing up in Delhi is like being in front-line sales I grew up […]
25 October 2013
Going from a small unknown town to becoming the VP of one of the largest multi-nationals is no easy task. What makes this leader special? What defines Sheenam Ohrie’s story? Let us find out from her in a freewheeling conversation. Edited excerpts: Memories of Ambarnath I was born in a very small town called Ambarnath. […]
23 October 2013
Indian villages no more left behind, set to become a part of the burgeoning internet penetration in India!
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Everything great always begins with something small. So, start adopting these small changes in your daily routine to be more successful.
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Apolitical, entrepreneurial take on India's biggest crowdfunded startup
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Sangita Singh is the Senior Vice President and Head of Wipro’s global IT business strategic business unit – which is focused on delivering business value through strategic solutions to Healthcare and Life sciences industry. Sangita has spent 21 years of her career at Wipro Technologies in Bangalore. Throughout her journey at Wipro, she sought out […]
17 October 2013
The Haware Group is a well-known name in the construction business in the Navi Mumbai and Thane region. Founded by Satish Haware in 1995, the group is known for its affordable housing projects that made it a household name. The Rs 750-crore conglomerate is among the Top 10 names in construction business today, and is […]
If you are from Bangalore, you definitely have visited Jaaga at least once. Jaaga is an artistic community space that connects artists, designers, and activists in the city all under one roof. Archana Prasad is the entrepreneur behind this beautiful and meaningful initiative. She has been selected as one of the 25 young people of importance to Bangalore city.
Gitanjali started her first art gallery at a time when most of the other galleries were shutting down. Market was in a crisis and she felt a strong need for recognizing artists’ work. People commented that she is doing that as a hobby and art galleries are for housewives. Sticking steady to her vision, Gitanjali traversed all the criticism & market lows with a bold heart and a lovely smile on her face.
Anita Nair is an Indian bestselling author of fiction and poetry, with her famous novels The Better Man and Ladies Coupe translated into 21 languages. Born in Kerala and raised in Chennai, Anita always had an affinity towards writing and the courage to pursue it under all the situations. When she started writing her first novel, she had no surety of her work being published. And, today, all that uncertainty is just a part of the history with having written more than 10 books.
11 October 2013
Devadasi is a woman who is considered given in marriage to God. These women dedicated to God once held high social status and were well respected. But now they are nothing more than sex slaves. Imagine …
Even as startup funeral parties become popular, it is worth revisiting a 16-year-old story of an intrepid bunch of people who told the world, “Let not the Internet bubble get the best of us.” The bells are tolling, all right. As the pallbearers gather to lower yet one more startup coffin into the ground, […]Dipti Nair
13 March 2017
In this video, Kiran Bedi urges all women to find work of value to them and love their work. When you love your work, you will plan ahead and organize everything else around your work.
In this video, Kiran Bedi shares with us the secrets of Tihar transformation. In her own words, Tihar is a result of continuity in efforts. Tihar is about listening to your people, and discovering solutions to problems through inclusive leadership and constantly innovating via a tight feedback loop.
In this video, Kiran Bedi shares with us on the importance of sports for women.
Liz Centoni has a unique background for a woman in technology. As a marketer with no tech background when Liz joined Cisco 14 years back, many people discouraged her to pursue a career in technology. But Liz felt that she was making a right choice, she listened to her heart and leaned in. Today, she is a Vice President and General Manager at Cisco. Liz believes that women bring a very unique and valuable skill-set to the table and they should be encouraged and promoted for what they bring to the table.
As a child, Chandra always loved sports. She wanted to pursue a career in sports. However, she could not, due to parental and societal pressure. Fast Forward two decades, Chandra paved a way to pursue her passion for sports. She quit her high paying job to bring Contours to India. Contours is chain of gyms that caters only to women and their needs. Today, as a Director of Contours India, Chandra runs the chains in Bangalore, Chennai, Pune and Vadodra.
In this video, Kiran Bedi shares with us on the importance of cultivating a positive attitude and winning habits. Truly inspirational for all women and men out there.
In this video, Babita talks about pursuing her dream job and crafting her own journey as an uncoventional entrepreneur. Babita compares the feeling of working with her clients to giving birth to a child, she says she loves seeing Indian women mould into the confident women that they could be.
2 October 2013
Introduction Goods and Services tax (GST), which is often known as a historic reform, is now around the corner. After president Pranab Mukherjee gave his assent on September 8, 2016, the Government is firing on all …