Women entrepreneurs are the one that not only contributes to the GDP but also play an outstanding role in meeting up to the societal challenges. However, the number of women entrepreneurs in India remains relatively low. In India, a large percentage of women enterprises are micro enterprises that women undertake as a forced economic activity.
Women are generally recognized as homemakers with little to do with economy or commerce. But this picture is changing and in modern India, more and more women are taking up entrepreneurial activity mainly in medium and small-scale enterprises. Women entrepreneurs doming 50s fall into two categories. One set took to creating and managing an entrepreneurial
Business is a highly profitable profession but it involves some challenges. It will not be an easy job for any female or group of females to cross the line of crisis unless the enterprise is following a set of defined principles. We have made an analysis of 100 businesswomen across the country those have closed