31 May 2020

India succeeds and grows with its women entrepreneurs entering the domain !

Now, women are considered highly capable and not even questioned about their capability. In fact, we can see this through their entry into entrepreneurship. This is now only increasing and we think it shall keep growing.

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In the past couple of decades, the status of women in Indian society has changed drastically. Today, Women have been playing a vital role in the growth of the Indian economy and have made a big impact and got success in almost every sector. Here I have listed the top 10 Successful Women Entrepreneurs in india , who have done something different to boost the Indian economy and inspired other women.
1. Zia Mody
One of the leading corporate lawyers in India, Mody was the mastermind behind two of the most noteworthy corporate deals of the recent past including that of Airtel and Telenor Group and Schenider Electric and the electric and automation business of Larsen & Toubro. Her firm is an advisor to the most successful businesses in India
2. Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw
Though Kiren Mazumdar Shaw is one of the richest and popular self-made business women, she says she became an entrepreneur by accident as she never aspired to start a business. Creating a biopharmaceutical company called Bicon in 1978, she has managed to make it one of the leaders in manufacturing a wide range of drugs.
3. Suneeta Reddy
Suneeta Reddy has been instrumental in making Apollo chain of hospitals one of the biggest in the country growing its revenue by 14% in FY2018. Apollo pharmacy business also grew in this FY by 18%. The company also acquired Fortis Healthcare in a significant deal sometime back.
4. Alice G. Vaidyan
As the chairman and Managing Director of GIC (General Insurance Corporation of India), Alice G.Vaidyanathan’s achievements are noteworthy. GIC entered the league of the 10 leading global reinsurers under her able leadership. She was instrumental in raising the market share of GIC from 55% to 65%.
5. Mallika Srinivasan
Chairman and CEO of TAFE, Tractors and Farm Equipment, Mallika Srinivasan made her firm become the third largest tractor manufacturing company in the world in terms of volumes. She diversified the product offerings of the company besides achieving some great mergers.
6. Zarin Daruwala
During the past year, Zarin Daruwala became the best ranking banker. Becoming the CEO of Standard Chartered Bank in 2016 after a successful working with ICICI bank for two decades, she turned the bank profitable in just two years by getting it out of its falling incomes.
7. Kaku Nakhate
Under Nakhate’s leadership, Bank of America Merrill Lynch gained a strong foothold in India becoming a prominent player in the Asia-Pacific region. She facilitated several profitable mergers like Infratel and Indus and Idea Cellular’s $ 1 billion stake in Indus Towers.
8. Shobhana Bhartia

Overseeing a major overhaul in the editorial segment of HT Management Media, Bhartia made the company perform well in the Hindi Media outlets. She helped the company double its net profit by 213 crores in FY 2017-18.
9. Renuka Ramnath
Renuka Ramnath is the only woman in the country who could create an independent equity platform in the private sector that manages more than $1 billion in assets. As the only board of directors of EMPEA, a non-profit organization managing over $5 trillion in assets spread over 130 countries, she facilitated the company bag five times returns on its investments.

10. Shikha Sharma
Shikha Sharma is now highly respected bankers in India. She has made the stock prices of Axis bank grow four times between June 2009 and August 2018 under her able leadership as the CEO.

Our views
When given an opportunity, women are even more efficient than men. They are experts at multi-tasking and also emotionally intelligent. They make sure everyone’s need is taken care of and ensure the team and company goes forward. Even in the situation of any crisis, a woman is an expert. We have seen this happening all around us and need to learn how to grow with women leading us.

India shining
India shall shine only if women shine too. This is what we all are recognising now and can see the results. These results shall keep growing as the barriers are now broken.
Students can learn how to micro manage and see the big picture from women. Organisations need to include them in all areas to grow further. Essentially, we all can grow only when we see all situations from all angles and work on creating win-win situations. 
With women entrepreneurs entering the domain, we are certain this shall be the new mantra for businesses all over the world and in India too.
The digital world makes it even more conducive for women to play a key role and we are happy to be part of this global, democratic domain.

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