Hunting that is, one wild beast. One goal, one aim, just one thing to concentrate on. Today women are bubbling up in the start-up fever running across the country and are proving themselves better than men in every way.
Meet such 13 start-up queens of India which are making an impression in the country with their brand and category running successful more than any other working start-ups.
1. Falguni Nayar
An investment banker once decided to switch up and became an entrepreneur, setting up this beauty and makeup portal with very easy online access to makeup products. You can find and buy your beauty products without any hustle.
2. Richa Kar
Buying lingerie has often been a subject to secrecy. Zivame comes with a multi-brand lingerie portal where you can choose directly from a lot of options available without going through any public experience.
3. Shubhra Chadda
Chumbak was started in March 2010, by Vivek Prabhakar and Shubhra Chadda (husband and wife). They both started with an idea to create fun and bright Indian souvenirs. Something funky, trendy and colorful to gift? Who would not like that?
4. Suchita Salwan
Little Black Book
Little Black Book (LBB) was started in 2012 by her when she found herself in Delhi looking for things to do, especially on the weekends. Over here you could find good places to eat and enjoy in Delhi.
5. Sairee Chahal
Sheroes is a community of women. It’s a safe space for conversations where you can ask anything ranging from your health to career. Its community is over a million-member strong. SHEROES is the largest women’s community online. Apply to jobs, connect, engage and grow.
6. Richa Singh
YourDOST, provide an online counseling and emotional support platform designed to foster mental wellness. It anonymously connects you with the right expert consisting of psychologists, psychotherapists, counselors, life coaches, career guides and people with rich and deep life experience, who understand you and guide you through completely confidential individual sessions.
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7. Vineeta Singh
Remember a 23-year-old IIM pass out, featured on the cover of the week for rejecting a job offer of 1 crore? Well, that makes sense now.
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8. Kanika Tekriwal
A rising cancer survivor fought all the odds and never gave up on her dream of flying high. After too much trouble, hard work and effort she finally made it go through blues and ‘Jet Set Go’ becoming the largest fleet in the country.
9. Supriya Paul
After getting disappointed by tried and failed several CA efforts, the decided to something for the students like her, confused and stuck in the race. After meeting her co-founder Shobit Bangaat sharing the same motive. Josh Talks was on its mission to unlock human potential. Josh Talks is a conference to discuss remarkable stories and ideas from India.
10. Tanvi Malik and Shivani Poddar
Working with their jobs they realized the problems faced by young women in buying proper clothing and accessories with a limited budget. FabAlley is a bold, inclusive and fashion-forward brand aimed at arming women with fashion that is an extension of themselves.
11. Pranshu Bhandari
Hello English is an English language-learning application, which allows users to learn the English language through interactive modules. As of January 2017, the application has over 15 million downloads. It functions on a freemium pricing model.
12. Priyanka Agarwal and Anshulika Dubey
Wishberry is a rewards-based crowdfunding platform that enables users to raise funds for their creative and innovative ideas. Wishberry Online Services Pvt. Ltd. ( Wishberry) is a Kickstarter-inspired crowdfunding platform based in India. It launched in 2012. It has already helped fund in 3 award-winning films.
13. Neetu Bhatia
Being a national level cricket player, she introduced India’s first entertainment and sports ticketing company, having their own IP and ticketing technology platform that enables them to scale up domestically.
These women entrepreneurs have proved themselves in the hard case scenario of stat uptrend which is proven to be male dominant already.