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Bhavna Toor found of Shenomics discusses the power of Personal Branding through Story Telling with Rituparna Ghosh, Founder of Your Story Bag.
Bhavna Toor, founder of Shenomics discusses the power of networking with Aparna Vedapuri Singh, Founder & Editor of Women’s Web.
Crowdfunding to study or learn is a very new concept; Aruna Raman who tried it out shares all her learnings with you.
The thought of creating something indigenous and organic gave birth to Word Weave, the brain child of Anu Krishna!
Shweta Nimakar turned a hobby into a business. PAIO shoes, where uniquely designed shoes with customer driven customizations are available.
Busy parents often don't know how to keep their children productively engaged and interested. Rohini Vij started NutSpace in Kanpur to address this need.
Ace Against Odds, Sania Mirza's autobiography chronicles her journey against odds, as an Indian woman athlete who became No. 1 worldwide.
Hillary Clinton. What would it mean for a woman president to head the world’s most powerful nation? For women's issues as well as other things?
The powerful new Nike ad featuring inspiring Indian sportswomen and Deepika Padukone is an ode to the unstoppable girl power that will give you the right motivation to go, Da Da Ding.
Is it possible to reinvent our careers, follow our passions and love what we do? We tried to find the answers in our weekly Twitter chat for #WomenOnTheMove Do you feel that you aren’t doing what you want to do? Does the start of your work-week trigger overwhelming feelings of anxiety, sadness, or stress and you lack […]
In this edition of the Q&A for working women in India, life coach Jaya Narayan answers a question on how to become a writer. How can someone with a flair for writing find opportunities?
In this edition of the Q&A for working women in India, life coach Jaya Narayan answers a question on how to socialise at work when there are very few women in the team
In our weekly Twitter Chat, #WomenOnTheMove, we discussed with our readers whether to work from home is a cakewalk or a challenge. Here's what they said.
Which moron decided that a pregnant working woman cannot rise to heights at work? It is time this discrimination at work stopped.
As working women, we might be working hard, but it is equally important to involve ourselves with professional networking to stay updated and relevant.