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 Empowerment is the change that every society in the world is witnessing. In past, there was a huge male dominance in different sectors. Most women depend upon their male counterparts for their financial needs. But in past few years, there has been a shift in this whole picture. Women Entrepreneurs is one such thing
Women across the world in all generations have overcome all the negatives and proved themselves in all the spheres of life including the most difficult and intricate world of entrepreneurship beyond any doubt. Women, whether they live inside their home or working outside profess an independent outlook. They are proficiently gaining control over their lives
In the new era women are moving out and are seen everywhere. The Woman Entrepreneurs have concentrated themselves in various activities beginning from homemade Tiffin service to packaging and manufacturing sector. It is not like women have started becoming entrepreneurs now; we have examples like Lijjat Papad (Mahilagrihaudyog), Lakme (Simon Tata), Biocon (Kiran Mazumdar Shaw)
Entrepreneurship was one of the many aspects which have been biased against women. It was a pre-decided job which only man was considered capable of doing. But in past few changes and initiatives have tried to change this notion and make entrepreneurship the most gender friendly role anyone can take. Here are few of such