Women's Entrepreneurship Day: 4 lady bosses from Indian startups on how to slay the challenges and what’s the reality
For sure, India has come a long way with empowerment of women. However, the sixth economic census by the Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation showing women comprise just 13.76% of the total entrepreneurs in India is nothing to write home about. This is just 8.05 million out of the total 58.5 million entrepreneurs.
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Aspiring for better returns is given and is critical to every stakeholder in the business. Whereas, experts also mention that business is all about the team. The team should continue to work with the same motivation even after the transaction. The key is open communication and being transparent.
Startups get the edge over corporates in hiring talents amid the ‘Great Resignation’ era
n a recent press conference, Minister of Commerce and Industry Piyush Goyal said that India has approximately 75,000 startups and 7.46 lakh jobs have been created by the Indian startup ecosystem so far.
Jump at the chance: Where do Indian startups stand in Rupee’s southward journey?
The Indian rupee that recently slumped to an all-time low against the US counterpart has created adversities for most sectors, but adversity also creates opportunity and an opportunity is all that a startup requires.
Vikram Gupta, Founder of IvyCap on India’s journey to build 300 unicorns by 2030
Anchored by the IIT Alumni Trust, IvyCap Ventures Advisors Pvt. Ltd. was founded by Vikram Gupta in 2011. A seasoned investor with 25 years of experience in diverse business settings, Vikram worked in Private Equity, Business Consulting, M&A, Strategy and Operations in Healthcare and Life