#CelebrateingtheRainbow at the workplace – share your stories of Pride!
Meet some of our young entrepreneurs from Gurugram who are transforming the entrepreneurial scenario with their ideas.
The first phase of Women #BreakingBarriers closed with a successful event in Gurugram. Together, business enthusiasts shared stories of networking, impactful creation, failures, and growth.
Women #BreakingBarriers, a Women’s Web initiative, has always aimed to promote women in business. It has focused on building a community that discusses the impact of women in business. Meet some of our young entrepreneurs from Gurugram who are transforming the entrepreneurial scenario with their ideas:
Smita is a certified life and empowerment coach helping individuals lead more fulfilling lives through Empower Yourself. She is a part of Silicon India’s “10 Most Promising Executive Coaches in India – 2023.” Smita offers several programs through her organization that can help you rediscover yourself.
Insights are integral to business growth, and Rrashima ensures her clients benefit from them. Her venture, Strategic Analysis India Pvt Ltd, enables clients to make effective business decisions. The organization believes in building long-term partnerships to drive sustainable growth and performance for its clients. Read about their services here.
Vaishali started The Champa Tree to talk about parenting. She is building a safe space to help parents navigate the sensitivities of their relationship with their children. Today, her blog site is a community for parents to unlearn and learn in a fun way. Read some of the blogs here.
Pragatti’s venture Convanto provides resources to help children learn and grow. Pragatti is the Director and Principal Consultant at Educonceptsindia Initiative and has over 14 years of experience in the field. Her goal is to enable children to reflect on their skills and talent. Read more about their programs here.
SHEDigital by Ruchita is a platform that helps your business grow. Her organization has completed over 650 projects. SHEDigital takes care of everything from marketing strategy to quality services. Contact them to learn more.
Women are exceeding exceptionally today. Nevertheless, support, balanced gender roles, and equality are integral to their growth. Rachita’s organization Girl Power Talk aims to do that. It is a platform passionate about transforming young girls into global leaders. Their innovative ecosystem creates allies and calibrates gender equality to help women. Join them here.
Raghvi is the founder of a social enterprise called Nazariya. It combines digital technology with folk art. Raghvi’s venture is a movement to revive Indian folk art through 3D printing. Her goal is to use modern tools to make folk art relevant.
Skin and body care overall requires personalized attention. Dr. Noopur’s Skinzest supports your needs. With over 12 years of experience and close to 16,000 satisfied customers, Dr. Noopur is exceptional at skin and body contouring. She is a qualified MD Dermatologist and Cosmetologist. Read more about them here.
Ekta’s AHOM Technologies Pvt Ltd is a specialized web development company that provides software services to clients across the globe. A top web development agency, it gathers insight to build a valuable product for customers in your budget. Read more about their various services.
Tech Corp International Strategist (TCIS) provides legal services in the fields of Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain. Its founder, Prity, herself is an advocate and international patent attorney. The firm helps clients achieve their business goals while making sure their IP assets are protected and their rights are respected. Read more about what Prity does here.
Saakshi is a small business owner and a relationship coach and counselor. She heals individuals from past trauma and provides expertise in repairing relationships between parents and children. Saakshi has an M.Sc. in Child Development & Family Counselling and also offers online courses to help clients reflect on their emotions. Here’s what she does.
Manmeet is the founder of Gems in Jewels, an online jewelry store. They customize jewelry based on the customer’s choices and sell a range of handcrafted and ethically sourced jewelry for men and women. Manmeet offers experiences in the form of jewelry and has a variety of products to offer. Take a look at her products here.
Founded by Poonam Sehrawat, Aaruhi Enterprises aims to protect the environment while propagating women’s empowerment. The organization challenges the monumental yet overlooked problem of floral waste. They collect flowers from temples on a daily basis to create handcrafted products. Read more about their products here.
Happy First by Veena Singh is a space that caters to the mental health of individuals. Veena is a principal counseling psychologist who helps her clients cope with stressful situations in life. Through her organization, Veena has coached over 400 individuals and trained over 500 professionals. Read more about Happy First’s tools and techniques here.
Megha Mookim is a solopreneur and founder of HealthShox. Their aim is to nourish the body and mind through scientifically backed and delicious foods and beverages. The venture, supported by Artificial Intelligence and nutrition experts, develops innovative solutions to achieve healthcare. Read more about their products here.
Innovation knows no bounds and businesswomen in Gurugram are deep into exploring it. From women empowerment to self-care, they are creating opportunities and impact in all fields of life. Whose brand fascinates you the most?
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