Women entrepreneurs in India: As entrepreneurship in India takes off, learn how you can start a business and achieve your dreams.
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.
Rashmi Sathe found out that there was no library for children in Nagpur, where she moved after marriage. So she came up with her own Reading Rabbits Library.
Here are two elderly women entrepreneurs who are committed to giving the best homestay experience to their guests at Granny's Inn, Varanasi.
Listen to entrepreneur Lalana Zaveri of Printo, who took few critical decisions during tough times and made her business stronger.