Women Entrepreneurs for Building Strong Economy
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Entrepreneurship is one of the most important elements necessary to build the economy.  Every nation tries to improve economic growth for prosperity and better living standard for its people, and an entrepreneur is a catalytic agent of change. In the past few decades, the role of women in our society has changed drastically and for the better. Women are now…

Women Entrepreneurship and their Contribution to the Economy
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Entrepreneurship, if done correctly, can be a way to an excellent economic development of a country. It’s the backbone of any country. That’s why entrepreneurs have the capability to bring transition. When it comes to entrepreneurship, how can we forget the contributions of women? This is the era of digitalization where there are revolutionary changes globally. Women entrepreneurs are blooming…

Rise of Rural Women Entrepreneurs in India
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In India, we call our country Mata (Mother), and centuries back, the world called it “Sone Ki Chidiya” (Golden Bird). The ancient Indian economy was once a major exporter of spices, cotton, iron, sugar, and pearls, almost rural regions. However, unfortunately, many industries, and notably rural enterprises were stifled during colonial administration. After independence, the economic growth was very slow…

10 Ideas to Empower Rural Women Entrepreneurs
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Over the last two decades, the term “entrepreneurship” has been widely known worldwide, from the general public to business stakeholders. An interesting and critical reality is that women entrepreneurs outnumber males worldwide. Rural women entrepreneurship is primarily described as starting a new business that supports the development of new products, services, trending calls, and the adoption of new technologies in…

Women’s Day Focus: Challenges Faced by Rural Women Entrepreneurs
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The entrepreneurial ecosystem in India has been rapidly changing, in a good way. Over the last few years, India has been brimming with startups and unicorns. The success stories of different entrepreneurs and businesses have been primarily discussed. Exploring the backstory of the success narratives, one could understand every entrepreneur’s common difficulties and obstacles. In addition, women entrepreneurs face more…

Aspire Media and Wadhwani Foundation partner to deliver benefits to the “Small Enterprise Business Awards 2021” nominees
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 ~ Wadhwani Advantage, the flagship initiative of Wadhwani Foundation to provide knowledge support to SMEs & empower them with capabilities to maximise their growth potential~ ~ Wadhwani Advantage shares its expertise by being part of the jury~ Aspire Media has completed the nominations for the MSMEs across India with its 4th Annual awards Small Enterprise Business Awards 2021 (SEBA) to recognize…

Challenges of Entrepreneurship Development in India
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The Economic survey in 2019-20 using World Bank’s data on entrepreneurship stated that India ranks third in the number of new firms created. However, India ranks significantly lower in terms of intensity when compared with countries like UK and US. Between 2006 and 2016, the mean number of new firms registered per year per 1000 workers was 0.10 whereas it…

Role of Emotional Intelligence in Entrepreneurial Journey
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Emotional intelligence, in a nutshell, is the skill of detecting and understanding emotions in others as well as oneself. Emotional intelligent people are generally good at managing their own emotions and helping others manage theirs. Emotionally intelligent people are good at putting themselves in someone else’s shoes and seeing challenges from different perspectives, which can also help them solve problems…

What an Entrepreneurship Course can do for You
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Even though entrepreneurial skills are not taught from the early stages of education, entrepreneurship is growing as the choice of the youth and people belonging to the age group 35-45 years. While being an entrepreneur seems exciting and easy in one’s head, this article tells you that it is a lot more than that. Entrepreneurship programmes, curricular or non-curricular, make…

Managing Differences and Conflict Resolution – A Skill Must to be Developed in Family Business
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Longstanding family conflict can bring a family business to its knees. It saps energy and happiness and holds back the business from functioning optimally. The first step in resolving longstanding conflict is recognizing that the consequences of avoiding an issue are worse than the emotional discomfort of discussing it. Let us look at an example of a family that succeeded…