Famous women entrepreneurs in India
1. Upasana Taku
Upasana Taku has co-founded Mobikwik with her partner, Bipin Preet Singh. Mobikwik is a pioneer in Fintech with a virtual wallet connecting to a vast network of businesses and services. People will charge and pay in registered places via the wallet of Mobikwik. Mobikwik also provides its consumers with cashback via the SuperCash method.
2. The Moms Co.
Malika Sadani is the managing director of The Moms Co., a leading home-grown brand for non-toxic, natural, and effective pre and post-nature care products, baby products, and conscious consumer customers. It was when Sadani had her first child and moved back to India from the United Kingdom that she had difficulty finding high-quality, chemical-free products.
3. V Resorts
Aditi Balbir is the director and CEO of V Resorts – a company providing holidays in India. She has studied from the University of Duke ISB Hyderabad and Fuqua. Before establishing V Resorts, Aditi began her career in finance. In 2014, V Resorts was her first non-financial undertaking. She received investment from Bedrock Venture, Seedfund, and RB Investments for two consecutive $9 million rounds.
4. Falguni Nayar
Nykaa, India’s beauty product retails business, is founded by Falguni Nayar. After working for 20 years as a startup stories investor and broker with Kotak Mahindra, she abruptly declared her departure to fulfill her vision. Nykaa has more than 850 products, accessible content, and diverse social network interaction across videos and forums. Nykaa has successfully managed their online company, and 35 physical shops have been opened.
5. Vandana Luthra
Vandana Luthra is the founder of VLCC, an internationally recognized brand for the skin, wellness, and fitness sectors. Mrs. Luthra had a modest beginning in 1989 with the launch of beauty and slimming service center in New Delhi. This center ran weight reduction services, including cutting-edge skin and hair therapies. In 2013, she was given one of the country’s highest awards, Padma Shri, for her tremendous contribution to Trade & Industry.
6. Suchi Mukherjee
The LimeRoad was founded in 2012 by Suchi Mukherjee. Limeroad is a social-commerce platform where goods are exchanged and bought and directed primarily at the women’s population, predominantly India. The fastest rising fashion site today is LimeRoad. Suchi Mukherjee studied economics at the Cambridge School and obtained her first job through a job site. Some of the famous job sites include KillerLaunch.
7. Nisaba Godrej
Nisaba is the Executive Chairman of Godrej Consumer Goods. Godrej is a more meritocratic organization of small business ideas that drives high performance while at the same time maintaining the group’s values at the top. The group has also led the Good & Green agenda to foster sustainable and inclusive growth.
The Indians ought to benefit from the role models of these women. This collection of entrepreneurial projects shows us that gender is not an obstacle to achievement.