Success for a female entrepreneur can be a challenge. But, with the right skills, you can evolve into a successful woman entrepreneur today.
Businesses have evolved today. Running your own business means having to have a number of skills – like communication, planning, networking, marketing and sales and you need to know how to run a balanced account and continue to grow your wealth.
National Energy Conservation Day is celebrated every year on 14th December in India. The main aim of National Energy Conservation Day is to create awareness among the people about the significance of our energy resources and also to minimize the energy consumption. Looking at the background, in India Energy Conservation Act was implemented by Energy Efficiency Bureau (BEE) in 2001. Energy Efficiency Bureau (BEE) is a constitutional body which works under Government of India and helps in the development of policies and strategies to reduce use of energy.
When you consider the topic – is entrepreneurship the best career path for women, you will find that there are many reasons. The freedom to choose, drive and passion can make a woman feel at home in the world of entrepreneurship.
On World Computer Literacy Day: December 2, sheatwork examines the significance of education for rural women entrepreneurs
Women all over the world can say “hello” to entrepreneurship & how they overcome conflicts and challenges to strike success…
Did you know that ‘Hello’ was used as a telephone greeting for the first time by Thomas Edison? We know that “Hello” is the simplest form of greeting one another, and the quickest way to spark off a conversation.
World Hello Day on November 21 is a day earmarked to promote world peace through interpersonal communication. As such, it highlights the importance of greeting people!
Here’s tracking and acknowledging the importance and presence of men in the journey of women entrepreneurs
International Men’s Day is celebrated on November 19 every year. In fact, the date coincides with the birthday of the father of Dr Jerome Teelucksingh, a doctor from Trinidad and Tobago, who relaunched International Men’s Day in 1999.
Diwali, also known as the “Festival of Lights” is the biggest festival celebrated all over India. This is a much-awaited time which people look out for when they take a break, and have a good time. Tracing the origin of the word “Deepawali” which consists of two words – “Deep” means “light” and “avail” means “a row”. Hence, “Deepawali” means “a row of lights”.
Kolkata is known as the “City of Joy” and this title was very rightly coined by the French author Dominique Lapierre. The city and its people do justice to the title in every possible way and it is very evident during the time of festivities especially during the five day long Durga puja celebrations. The city is burnished with colours, lights, effigies and artistic dexterity.
On the day that marks International Day for the Eradication of Poverty sets one’s mind thinking – what is the link between entrepreneurship and eradication of poverty? Or for that matter the connect to job creation?
It is inevitable that women business heads and entrepreneurs come to mind as we step into the International Day of the Girl Child 2018.
The International Day of the Girl Child is celebrated every year on 11th October. It is a day to recognize girls’ rights and the unique challenges they face around the world. The main aims of the day is to promote girl’s empowerment and fulfilment of their human rights. Observance of the day seeks to increase awareness of gender inequality faced by girls worldwide based upon their gender. It also supports opening up more opportunity for girls.