If you are considering starting your own business, the billion-dollar beauty and fitness industry is a lucrative option. There are many entrepreneurship options in this industry- beautician, gym ownership, fitness instructor, nutritionist, health website… Women entrepreneurs in this industry are tapping the business potential of new-age diets, beauty treatments and fitness forms.
What attracts investors and VCs, when you approach them as an entrepreneur? Although many startups focus on perfecting their concept, the idea itself is one of the factors that may not always be seriously considered by investors. Practically, often investors listen to pitches when they are presented with good “ideas,” but it may not happen that entrepreneurs walk away with a deal!
Shitalpati which is quite a common commodity in rural Bengal. Popularly called “Sitalpati” by the locales, it is becoming quite a renowned name across the globe. All credit for its popularity goes to UNESCO who recognised this traditional art as ‘Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity’.
The Mudra scheme developed by Government of India to help women entrepreneurs ropes in loans, a Mudra Card and so on; and has proved to be a rescue pad for micro and small scale businesses today.
What’s stopping you from becoming a Startupreneur? Here are some tips to help grow a start-up, if you have set your mind to move off on your own.
A centre of the movement for women’s rights is the International Women’s Day, which is celebrated on March 8 every year. The background is that following the Socialist Party of America who organised a Women’s Day on February 28, 1909 in New York, the 1910 International Socialist Woman’s Conference suggested a Women’s Day be held annually.
Sheatwork mulls over an anti-discrimination drive, thus supporting and promoting entrepreneurship amongst people with AIDS
Having a business coach, can prove to be a bonus. It is a popular trend and many entrepreneurs opt for it to get the guidance they need.
What is the presence of women in the world of science? Sheatwork focuses on this, as we celebrate International Day of Women and Girls in Science on February 11.
On the special occasion when National Girl Child Day (NGCD) is celebrated in India on January 24, we bring into the picture this question: how important it is to create equal entrepreneurial opportunities for the girl child?