3 Woman Entrepreneurs who are inspiration to the next generation of Women Entrepreneurs in India
Author : Writer at Chatur Idea
Posted : 3 years ago
19Nov, 2015


Well, there is a secret and personal success plan for everyone, particularly for successful entrepreneurs. Business leaders prove their ability and agility in the competitive market by concentrating on the goals. Self-confident Indian women lead organizations successfully and take it to extreme heights. On the occasion of International Women's Entrepreneurship Day on November 19th, let's remember the contribution of three successful Indian women:

  1. Ekta Kapoor

As the century turned into the figures of 20, Indian Television industry saw a remarkable change when a super-hit show aired on the small screen known as "Kyuni Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi". It revolutionized the way people looked at daily soap in India. Certainly, Ekta Kapoor was the mastermind behind it. The lady who is popularly known as the "Queen of small screen world" is still one of the most admired personalities. With her incredible ability to understand the pulse of the market, she has altered business strategies time to time. Ekta has given confidence to Indian women that they can reach towering heights when the goals are clear.

  1. Neelam Dhawan

Microsoft is a brand that doesn't need an introduction. With an unprecedented success in India and worldwide, it sets an excellent example for budding and established entrepreneurs. Neelam Dhawan takes over the charge of Microsoft in India. After completing graduation from St Stephens College, she finished Management Studies in 1982. Joining Microsoft at such a high position is certainly a remarkable achievement for her after getting rejected for Sales and Marketing profiles in different companies. Neelam Dhawan sets incredibly high examples to women of India.

  1. Indu Jain

Times of India, the largest media group in India with multi-faceted functionalities earns a distinct repute. Indu Jain, the Chairperson of Times Group, is one of the perfect examples of successful Indian women. A human rights activist, spiritual person, and educationalist are some of the facets. In a country like India where journalism and mass communication have been male-dominated fields, Indu Jain sets a distinguished example.

These are three distinguished stars that brightly shine with incredible capabilities and personality traits. Experts say that discipline and frugality are two prominent personality traits that make a difference between a leader and mediocre. Indian women become the driving force of change in all sectors. It is sure that they will enrich India in all socio-economical aspects.