Gone are the days when women would end up their entire life within the 4 walls of the house. Like other fields, women are making success stories in entrepreneurship. There are many examples of the women’s success which not only inspire others but also give them guidance for becoming a successful entrepreneur.
To know what ways can help a woman who is living within the four walls of the house for becoming a successful entrepreneur, keep the reading continue as here we have collected and explained how a housewife could become a successful entrepreneur.
Sheelawho married to KochousephChittilappilly-chairman of V-Guard Industries Limitedwould always think to start her own business. From her adolescent, she had always been interested in Designing. To give shape to her dream, she initially started a garment shop at a building which was unused and owned by her husband. To make a good start, she borrowed Rs. 20 Lakh as loan from her husband. Though her first venture bore huge losses and became disastrous but she began incurring profits when she started supplying the stuff to other shops.Now, she is earning Rs. 750 million as a Managing Director of V-Star.
Meena Ganesh who is currently CEO and MD of Portea Medical-a largest home healthcare company initially started her own venture ‘CustomerAsset’ before working in TESCO and TutorVista. After completing her studies from IIM-C and NIIT, She began her career, working with ‘PricewaterhouseCoopers’and ‘Microsoft.’With the due course of the experience in the field and work, she has been emerged as an efficient leader in the startup ecosystem.
RekhaKakkar-spouse of an Air Force Soldier write blog titled as My Tasty Curry. In her blogs, she shares her knowledge, experiences, and suggestions about food, photography, and travelling. For this, she spends most of her time in remote areas of military bases.
After being divorced by her husband, Lalfakzuali didn’t give up hope but enter the weaving business. The business which she started amid lots of contradictions grew in three years. Now, she owns 5 looms where she has employed scores of women in Aizwal. In her journey ofunprecedented success, Milaap – one of prestigious and famous funding platform- stood by her.
Soma Chatterjee Who is also a teacher by profession runs her sarees and suits selling-business, using WhatsApp- a messaging tool. She never thought that this platform could economically empower her but soon, she realised that how could it begin empowering her economically.
SaireeChahal who completed her Graduation from IMT, Ghaziabad began her career as journalist. After spending some in the field of journalism, she started providing home jobs to empower women and later contributed her efforts for FleximomsandSheroes.in- an online career destination for women.
Aditi Gupta who grew up in an orthodox middle class family of Gharwa in Jharkhand faced a lot of trouble when she was exposed to the problems of menstruation. She got engaged in doing away to reduce the problems from the society when she came to know the realities around the process. Presently, Gupta is running Menstrupedia Comic.
After the completing M.Phil in Clinical Psychology, Prachi S Vaish began her career in the field of mental health where she provided her services for almost 10 years. She who has benefitted the community with her well thought out suggestions over the internet and phone is associated as an expert consultant with a child magazine Indian edition. With the due experience, she found first online Psychology portal HopeNetwork.in.
Bandita Bose who had begun her career as marketing expert in telecommunications always wished to become her own boss. As a marketing expert, she would cater her services to the organisation from home where she always looked for the ways to start her own business. Her Dreams took shape when she found her own brand ‘Unchainedreamz.’ Bose-wife of a fighter pilot- promote and sell her new creations, using the social media giant Facebook.
Prerna Singh who created a jewellery business page ‘Just Prerna’ on social media giant Facebook has attracted scores of people from across the country to silver market once again. Customers, community members, friends, family and of course online jewellery vendors showered her with the praise and admirations for her unique way of success.
In the days especially when one needs to have knowledge, skills, experience, and of course luck for success, these women entrepreneurs make success story which not only inspires others but also give them idea for success.
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