top of page
  • Writer's pictureSimrat Gauri

Promoting Women's Empowerment - Advice - Part1




  • Multi-tasking Mastery in Entrepreneurship

  • Challenging Stereotypes in Women's Entrepreneurship

  • Making a Difference Through Your Potential

  • Unity and Empathy: Overcoming Societal Barriers

  • Empowering Women at All Ages in Business

  • Conquering Your World: A Woman’s Entrepreneurial Journey

  • Entrepreneurship: Empowerment and Economic Development

  • Empowerment and Creation: Mastering Your Entrepreneurial Journey

  • ​​Lessons from Experience: Empowering Rural Women Entrepreneurs

  • Breaking Stereotypes: Women Following Their Instincts in Business



Multi-tasking Mastery in Entrepreneurship

Stay at it. We women have the innate ability to multitask. Don't be scared to ask for help on the family front, to keep you going.

Kalyani Shastry, Founder, AthenePlutus Executive Search LLP


Challenging Stereotypes in Women's Entrepreneurship

Women entrepreneurship is perceived as clothing, accessories, beauty or food but there are lot more women setting examples in technology related companies as well. Push yourself to set a new example in your space.

Mythreyi Kondapi, Founder,Startoon Labs Pvt. Ltd.i



Making a Difference Through Your Potential

Use your potential to make a difference in your life and to enable others to build a great career. It is possible and achievable.



Unity and Empathy: Overcoming Societal Barriers

It is not gonna just young women versus young men, it is gonna be a hard time between young women versus the society, versus the norm, versus all beliefs and somehow you will find yourself unheard, struggled, frustrated, tired and that's when you need to show the women's power the most - It's unity, it is togetherness. We have to help each other and together we will be so much more empathetic and stronger. Cuz sometimes all we need is a bit of reassurance, a hug or a pat on our shoulder.

Vu Thi Thai An, Founder,Annie Vu



Empowering Women at All Ages in Business

Yes, young ladies, young women, young and mature women need to understand their strengths in the business world. They need not be apprehensive in pursuing their dreams, ideas, passions. Women of the earlier generations work hard to break the barriers and ceilings that prevented us from opportunity. Today we have the opportunity to make our future.

Julie W. Koester, Founder,Dragon Horse Agency



Conquering Your World: A Woman’s Entrepreneurial Journey

You are not a woman in a man's world...it's your world. You just need to go out there and conquer it.

Nisha Singhania, Founder,Infectious



Entrepreneurship: Empowerment and Economic Development

I strongly advocate Entrepreneurship as it is true empowerment; not just in creating independent women but also in being key instruments in developing the economy of India.

Chetana Sridhar, Founder,Tejovathi Consulting



Empowerment and Creation: Mastering Your Entrepreneurial Journey

You are the sole boss of your own life and you can create anything you choose in your life. Have the courage to dream big and contribute to the world in a unique way that you're here for. Carve a unique path for yourself!

Vishnupriya Aristo, Founder,ZeroPoint Happiness Center



​​Lessons from Experience: Empowering Rural Women Entrepreneurs

Learning from my experience in this sector and working with strong rural women entrepreneurs, I always recommend women never give up on their vision and always believe in why they started in the first place. As a young entrepreneur, I wish someone would have told me this, which is why I advise women to take their time to research and gather information about their industry, including trends, customer needs, and potential competition. This will help you make informed decisions and develop a strategy that can set you apart from others.

Additionally, to support plenty of other women like me, I am grateful to be a General Partner at Beyond Capital Ventures - A women-led, emerging markets impact venture fund.

Ajaita Shah, Founder,Frontier Markets



Breaking Stereotypes: Women Following Their Instincts in Business

I feel like there's no such thing as women's or men's skills. Women should learn to follow their instincts and not fear putting themselves out there. The sooner we leave those ideas of 'what women should learn,' the better. Many women feel there are boundaries to 'what's appropriate' regarding their goals or careers. That's like in the 1950s when women were expected to be teachers or nurses. I would like to believe we've moved on from that thinking, but current political shifts might prove me wrong. 


Regardless, Legal Ops is a fantastic field for women, and we've seen female representation grow substantially in the past few years. The role allows them to be analytical, strategic, empathetic, direct, and honest communicators. These are especially important in Legal, and many women find they like the diversity and autonomy of the role. 


One key for me is never to be satisfied. That doesn't mean that you can't be happy – I'm a very happy person – it just means that I'm intellectually curious and always seeking the next thing to try and to learn, personally and professionally. I do love learning new things. 


All this being said, I do have advice for people seeking balance because it is a never-ending dance. First, this sounds cliché, but if you enjoy your work and get something out of it (not the company you work for, but you personally), you'll feel less resentful about using your time to do that work.

Stephanie Corey, Founder, UpLevel Ops

Comments


bottom of page