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Article on March 07, 2018

Isn’t It a Bit Too Late for Stock Market Cheerleaders to be Coming Out?

While India’s earnings growth isn’t shabby in relative terms, stocks certainly aren’t priced for such numbers.

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5 Reasons Why I Think It’s Important to Build Peer Networks for Women

We’ve supported close to half a million rural women so far and what I’ve learned is that while our business schools provide business development and training, they play a far more important role.

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7 Best Alternative Therapies of 2018 for Corporate Women Leaders

The emotional wounds and negative patterns of childhood often manifest as mental conflicts, emotional drama, and unexplained pains in adulthood.

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Samara Mahindra: My Journey to Founding a Startup for Cancer Patients

If there is an actual problem you are trying to solve on a large scale, then bigger the resistance, bigger the opportunity to succeed and make an impact

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How Self-Help Groups in India Help Women Empower Other Women, Especially in Rural India?

Rural India is still plagued by social evils like dowry system, child marriage, caste system, domestic violence, alcoholism and the list is long. Most of the times, it is the rural women which suffer due to such evils prevailing in the society.

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Experiential Travel is the New Buzzword for Women Travellers

Women are making their own decisions, spending their own money, have access to the right tools, and are breaking away from cultural norms to make their presence felt in the domestic and outbound travel market.

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Embracing Womenomics

As chief economic advisor Arvind Subramanian says, the elephant in the room in relation to women issues is our cultural norms and patriarchy.

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Kaiterra India - Monitoring & Mapping the World’s Air

Kaiterra India is now gearing up for the next few months where the sheer focus is on building more awareness on air pollution, monitoring outdoor air quality and the launch of a new product.

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Malika Sadani: How a Former Banker is Disrupting the Mom & Baby Care Market in India

The Moms Co. has raised 2 rounds of funding so far with an angel investment round in 2016 and a Pre Series-A round in 2017. The last round was a USD 1mn investment by renowned FMCG investors Saama Capital and DSG Partners.

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Rashi Bahel Mehra – A Woman Who Nurtured a Skincare Brand Out of the Kitchen

Rashi’s Journey with Alanna began when she noticed a gap in the beauty industry in India.

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