TOP 10 WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS FROM INDIA
Here is the list of top 10 Indian women entrepreneurs have a look!!
1. Kanika Tekriwal
Kanika Tekriwal, at just 26-year-old she is the co-founder of JetSetGo which is India’s first online market place for private jet and helicopter charter. Along with her co-founder Sudheer Perla. She been working in the aviation industry since she was 16 and in 2014 she launched JetSetGo.
2. Masoom Minawala
Masoom Minawala at a young age of 20, she is the entrepreneur, popular fashion blogger, fashion insta, e-boutique owner and fashion job consultant. She is the co-founder of Style Fiesta. Previously she also had been a writer at FTV India and blogger at French Connection.
3. Arti Bareja and Upma Arora
Arti Bareja and Upma Arora are the co-founders of Dhaba Lane. They both are Delhi University graduates. Arti Bareja is Merger and Acquisitions / Portfolio management banker and Upma Arora is Business Development expert in Middlesex University. They decided to quit their jobs and go for their passion for food. Dhaba lane is a start-up providing healthy, tasty home-cooked food to Londoners with an Indian twist at reasonable price.
4. Richa Kar
Richa Kar is the co-founder of Zivame an online lingerie store where women can online and browse to different styles and get delivered at their doorstep. Zivame is currently one of the best places for online lingerie shopping in India.
It has earned around to USD 50 million of funding so far.
5. Nidhi Agarwal
Nidhi Agarwal is the owner of Kaaryah which is online western, non-casual brand wear for Indian women focusing on perfect fitting. She got her venture funded by Ratan Tata. Now, she is the sole founder of the company with a seven member team.
6. Sairee Chahal
Sairee Chahal started her career as a journalist. She has to cope up with her struggling career life where she came up with an idea of SHEROES.in which is the career destination for women in India.
7. Nandini Rathi
Nandini is a serial entrepreneur. She began her career co-founding Instablogs Network.
She co-founded Betaout with her husband, Ankit Maheshwari. Betaout was recently in the news for funding $500,000 in a funding round from some of the investors in India and US.
8. Priyanka Gupta
She has been running IndiaBookStore.net from last 3 years with a small team. She also started Vivilio in April 2015 with a team of six. Vivilio helps readers discover what books to read based on recommendations.
9. Ishita Anand
BitGiving Founder Ishita Anand. Photo courtesy of BitGiving.
Ishita Anand is a Delhi University graduate.
She co-founded BitGiving in the year 2013 it is the crowd funding platform which helps peoples and organizations in raising funds.
10. Rashi Choudhary
Rashi Choudhary at just 30 years of age she co-founded LocalBanya along with her partners Karan Mehrotra and Amit Naik. She founded LocalBanya in 2012 when there was no other online grocery store in India.