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  • 1. Successfulindian womenentrepreneurs
  • 2. INTRODUCTION
  • 3. SOME MAJOR CONSTRAINTS FACED BY WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS:-
    • LACK OF CONFIDENCE.
    • 4. SOCIO-CULTURAL BARRIERS.
    • 5. MARKET-ORIENTED RISKS.
    • 6. MOTIVATIONAL FACTORS.
    • 7. KNOWLEDGE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION.
    • 8. AWARENESS ABOUT THE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE.
    • 9. EXPOSED TO THE TRAINING PROGRAMS.
    • 10. IDENTIFYING THE AVAILABLE RESOURCES.
  • THE ADDITIONAL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES RECENTLY APPROACHING FOR WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS:-
    ECO-FRIENDLY TECHNOLOGY.
    BIO-TECHNOLOGY.
    IT ENABLED ENTERPRISE.
    EVENT MANAGEMENT.
    TOURISM INDUSTRY.
    TELECOMMUNICATION.
    PLASTIC MATERIAL.
    VERMICULTURE.
    MINERAL WATER.
    SERICULTURE
    HERBAL AND HEALTH CARE.
  • 11. WHY DO WOMEN TAKE-UP EMPLOYMENT?
    • PUSH FACTORS-
    • 12. DEATH OF BREAD WINNER.
    • 13. SUDDEN FALL IN FAMILY INCOME.
    • 14. PERMANENT INADEQUACY IN INCOME OF FAMILY.
    • 15. PULL FACTORS-
    • 16. WOMEN’S DESIRE TO EVALUATE TALENT.
    • 17. TO UTILISE THEIR FREE TIME OR EDUCATION.
    • 18. NEED AND PERCEPTION OF WOMEN’S LIBERATION,EQUITY,ETC.
    • 19. TO GAIN SOCIAL STATUS.
    • 20. TO GET ECONOMIC INDEPENDENCE.
    • WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS IN INDIA:-1.INDRA NOOYI.2.DR.KIRAN MAZUMDAR SHAW.3.SIMONE TATA.
  • 4.EKTA KAPOOR.5.SULAJJA FIRODIA MOTWANI.6.ANU AGA.
  • 33. 7.NEELAM DHAWAN.8.NAINA LAL KIDWAI.9.INDU JAIN.
  • 34. 10.MALLIKA SRINIVASAN.11.PREETHA REDDY.12.AMEERA SHAH.
  • 35. WHAT THEY SAID..??
    • AMEERA SHAH.
    • 36. If Asked To Describe About Metropolis State,What Would You Say?
    • 37. As A Women Entrepreneur,What Problems Did You Face Along The Way?
    • 38. Metropolis IS An Indian Brand With A Presence Abroad.How Is That Working Out?
    • 39. Have You Managed To Procure External Funding?
    • 40. Tell Us About Metropolis Future Plans?
    • RIMI.B.CHATTERJEE.
    • 41. Please Tell Our Readers About Your Published Works.
    • 42. What Is The Genre You Prefer To Write In? Any Reasons Why?
    • 43. What Has Been The Biggest Challenge For You So Far, And How Did You Overcome It?
    • 44. What Is The Hardest Lesson You Have Learnt As A Writer?
    • 45. Do You Have Any Tips To Share With Budding Writer And Entrepreneurs Who Wish To Work In Your Field?
    • PREETIKA DUBEY
    • 46. What Kind Of Work Does PreetikaDubey Fine Jewellery Produce?
    • 47. What Are The Differences Between Your Limited Edition Collections And Custom Pieces?
    • 48. What Steps Are You Taking To Increase Your Business Idea’s Potential?
    • 49. What Do You Think Are The Mistakes You Made As An Amateur Entrepreneur?
    • 50. Have You Found Fame In Something Other Than Your Current Entrepreneurial Venture?
  • CONCLUSION
    The role of business women in economic development is inevitable. Now-a-days women enter not only in selected professions but also professions like trade, industry and engineering. Women entrepreneurship must be moulded properly with entrepreneurial traits and skills to meet the changes in trends, challenges, global market and also be competent enough to sustain and strive for excellence in the entrepreneurial area.

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