The world is full of difficulties and hurdles and if you are a woman, somewhat more. Typically women face work-related issues alongside a stressful life.
As far as the society might say, women can not be the rulers or otherwise, they have conquered many things and, above all, conquered their selves and defeated the feelings of who they need to be.
Here’s a list of the top 10 inspiring Successful Woman Entrepreneurs who will make you think anything is possible!
Vandana Luthra is a successful businesswoman, philanthropist, and chairman of the expert council for the beauty & wellness industry (B&WSSC). She owns VLCC which is now spread to 11 Asian countries. In those times the competition was only packed with males, which made it tough for her, but she kept it going and today she runs one of India’s largest wellness companies. Luthra also runs an NGO called Khushi, which provides an education scholarship for those who are poverty-stricken and physically disabled.
Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw is a leader in India’s biotech industry, and the owner of the nation’s biggest biotechnology firm, Biocon. According to Forbes, Biocon is the first company to get USFDA approval. In 2019 she held the position of 54th wealthiest Indian and 65th powerful woman in the world. At the USIBC India Ideas Summit 2018, Shaw wins the US India Business Council Global Leadership Award, in appreciation of her achievements and excellence.
A popular businesswoman and one of the most respected names in the hotel industry; Priya Paul is the artistic force behind India’s largest luxury boutique hotel brand –The Park. Priya Paul has been honored by the President of India with the Padma Shri, India’s fourth-highest civil honor, for her contributions to Trade & sector. In 2014, she was awarded the emblem of Chevalier de l’Ordre National du Mérite (National Order of Merit) for her important contribution to improving the relations between India and France.
Ritu Kumar is an Indian fashion designer who started her fashion career in Kolkata. She was initially making bridal clothes and evening clothes. She entered the international market after decades. She handles her business in several different forging cities like France and New York. She received Padma Shree from the government of India in 2013.
Suchi Mukherjee is LimeRoad’s founder and CEO, born in India in the year 1973 into a middle-class family. She studied economics at the Cambridge school and finished her studies in economics and finance at the London School of Economics. She had some difficulties that, over time, led to great accomplishments, she built Limeroad into what it is today – a popular online market.
Indra Nooyi, an American businesswoman of Indian origin. Indra Nooyi is a previous PepsiCo CEO, who joined the board of directors of Amazon. Nooyi took on the position of CEO in October 2006 and also became Chairman of the Board the following year. The fifth chairman and CEO of PepsiCo,42-year-old Nooyi was the first woman to lead the soft drink and snack food giant and one of only 11 Fortune 500 female chief executives
The ideal life had been lived by Falguni Nayar, the founder of Nykaa, one of India’s largest online fashion and lifestyle website. After working with Kotak Mahindra for 20 years as a venture investor and merchant she abruptly announced her departure to follow her dream. The business has more than 850 brands to sell and 35 physical stores have been opened. She was named “Most Powerful Business” by Business Today in 2017. She has also won the Economic Times award for “woman Ahead.” The firm has been a partner with Femina since 2014.
Aditi Gupta is an entrepreneur and co-founder of Menstrupedia and works to raise an understanding of menstruation. The 34-year-old graduate of engineering and a postgraduate of Digital Media Design from Ahmedabad National Institute of Design. Menstrupedia is a vibrant, entertaining, welcoming, and time-honored guide that helps girls and women stay healthy and active during their period. It aims to provide insightful and entertaining content through various platforms.
She has worked with Goldman Sachs and Nordstorm.She also started a company called FashionClues a content for NRI women
She holds an MBA from Washington University and has also studied Web 2.0 and Creative Writing at Stanford.