Female entrepreneurship is vital for our future. Collectively we can make a change by closing the gap between men and women in the workforce.
Entrepreneurs are those adventurous, daredevils who drive deep into the pressing problems of society and try to find solutions to them, not by leaving the responsibilities in the reins of the government or business, but by trying to change systems as a whole and persuading societies to take new initiatives
India being a growing economy is a hotspot for young entrepreneurs. With a large population of more than 130 crores, businesses all over the world see it as a potential destination for establishing a start-up. For years, males dominated the business industry, leaving less or no room for females. But the trend has changed now. More and more women are jumping into the business and many have successfully established globally renowned brands. Creating job opportunities for a large number of people, the women have braved the societal pressures and stereotypes to come up with the solutions that are far more reliable and innovative.
Recent years, Maharashtra has witnessed an increase in women-owned businesses in fields such as household Industry, fashion, farming, IT, manufacturing, oil, and more. The development has broken the gender stereotype where women are depicted as weaker and incapable.
These bold and fearlessly ambitious entrepreneurs are shaping the future of Maharashtra, serving as mentors to millions of women and youths.
In our Social Entrepreneur series today we are introducing you a very dynamic and popular Entrepreneur of Meerut who is known for her remarkable and outstanding performance in the field of Social Work who always believes in Women Empowerment. Yes we are talking about Shweta Bhardwaj, she share her Entrepreneurial journey with Hello Womeniya.com Team.
Shweta Bhardwaj :
Welcome to my profile,
My name is Shweta Bhardwaj. I am an educator by heart and profession. I carry almost 20 years of work experience with me. After performing satisfactorily in the field of education, I felt strongly for putting my bit for the welfare of our society. For this, I joined two goal-oriented NGOs ,WICCI, working for women’s welfare and GSC which works for so many purposes like child welfare, cows, bringing up girl child, plantation etc. It gives me immense pleasure to be of some use to the society.